Project #1 - RGB flexible LED ribbon shown on a guitar wall.

Courtesy of Eric Regan

Guys, TheLEDLight.com was awesome if you ever need lights. Talk to Lester he was awesome help on a little project ...

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Project #2 - Non-waterproof flexible LED ribbon light used inside a Dodge Sprinter Van.

Courtesy of Don Gamsjager

Everything worked out great on the orange light box/Cubes in NYC. I used the non waterproof LED strips/ribbon to light up my Dodge Sprinter Van. Please see the pictures attached, if I can get you a high quality of any of these for your website let me know, I'd be more then happy to give a very positive referral for your products. Thank You, Don Gamsjager

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Project #3 - Flexible LED ribbon light also used in this application.

Also provided by Don Gamsjager - The cubes in this project are amber. White flexible LED ribbon strip was used inside the cubes to obtain the glow effect.

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Project #4 - Flexible LED ribbon light used in this office lighting application.

Courtesy of Douglas Hamilton

Just purchased several rolls of led light strip and wanted to share a photo with you. I am very happy with it but I think you need more photos of the led's installed to help with selling it. I was weary of buying LEDs because of the undeserved reputation they had for being too blue and too dim. The photos on your website were too few to help me with my decision. Hope my pic helps and I would be happy to supply additional pics once all the remaining led's are installed.

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Project #5 - Flexible RGB LED ribbon light used in this interesting project.

Courtesy of Chris Mullen

We beta tested in my living room and on the porch, but we all agree that the products from you 'fit' well. I still need to solve the attachment issue, i.e. getting the siliconized rubber waterproof sheathing (LED ribbons) to stick to some .5" wide double sided tape. That stuff is too 'slickery'. I'll probably have to come up with a more 'mechanical' fix and hide it. Any ways, I sure appreciate your help full knowledge. All the best, Chris

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Project #6 - Flexible LED ribbon light also used in this application.

Courtesy of Steve Waclo

Flexible LED ribbon light is installed around the outside of the bathroom mirror, hidden by the wooden trim. The transformer is inside the garage behind the mirror.

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Project #7 - Flexible RGB LED ribbon light used in this interesting project.

Courtesy of Merritt Adams

Hi Lester: Here are a few pictures of the sculptural screens that I have been working on lighting with the color changing waterproof LED ribbon lights. I should have taken off the pool cover and the photos would have looked more dramatic, but I forgot. Lastly, as we discussed, I hooked up one of the remaining reels of the color changing lights directly to a 12 volt transformer without a color controller. This worked well enough to show that this strategy will make a nice light on the plants and wall, but since I don't really need the colors to change, and since it looks like the warm white reels put out more lumens than the color changing ones, it seems like I should return the color changing reels and get a couple of single color ones in a temperature that will come close to my regular LED landscape lights (I can get the temperature from my landscape guys). What do you think ? Regards - Merritt

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Project #8 - Our LED Triclusters are used in this sculpture. Also other application photos of Microstars and Triclusters
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This image is of the completed sculpture "Farview Tower - Circle of Vision" created by Norman Andersen and Katherine Schaefer and located in Farview Park in Minneapolis, Minnesota. LED TriClusters illuminate the hammered copper animals at the top. The yellowish light below is of course from sodium vapor lamps used for general illumination. The artists wanted the contrast of light colors to emphasize the tower's red color and contrast with the eerie cool moonlight quality of the super bright white LEDs reflecting off the blue green patina of the copper. The effect at night is as if the animals are floating above the tower. Click image for larger view. Here are even more photos of Triclusters and Microstars in use:

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Project #9 - Our Waterproof Flexible LED Strip used on a boat.

Courtesy of Judd Anders. Click to enlarge and click links for other views.

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Project #10 - Lightning changes color by way of our RGB color changing LED strips in this amazing artwork.

Courtesy of Don Stover. This amazing masterpiece was created with our rigid RGB color changing LED Strips. Click to enlarge images.

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Project #11 - Flexible LED Strip in stone work
Courtesy of Douglas Jetter, East Greenbush NY - Here is a photo of a project I did for my basement in the Adirondack Mts. of New York State. I used one of your LED light strips amd placed it in 1/2 birch log that is used to light up the bar top. I believe I used warm white ribbon strips. I genlty routed out 1/8 inch of the birch log and placed the LED ribbon strip inside the routed section. It really does a nice job of lighting up the checker board and backgammon games I inlayed in the top.
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