Outwater Introduces its LED Integrated Standoffs

According to studies, consumer awareness and sales of products rise significantly when highlighted with an appropriate source of lighting, as opposed to similar presentation without being lit under otherwise equal conditions.

Outwater [Outwater Plastics Industries, Inc. + Architectural Products by Outwater, LLC] introduces its new series of LED Standoffs for Signage & Displays, a novel concept that utilizes the acrylic or Plexiglas sign holders to which the Standoffs have been affixed as the medium to diffuse backlit illumination to mounted graphics, posters, and promotional messages.

Comprising six diminutive cool white (6000-6500K) LED's integrated in between the body of the Standoff and its screw on flat cap, Outwater's 12-volt LED Standoffs simply plug into an available junction box via an included connecting cable, and derive their power from an optional power supply that can run up to ten LED Standoffs. Outwater's low cost, energy-efficient LED Standoffs consume merely .4 watts per unit, yet have a 40 lumen output with an approximate 10,000 hour bulb life. A Color Rendering Index (CRI) of 70 with a beam spread of 120° ensures accurate color representation without any hot spots for evenly balanced illumination.

Available in polished and matte chrome, Outwater's aluminum LED Standoffs have a diameter and height of 1-inch and can accommodate panel materials up to ∏-inch thick.

Outwater's LED Standoffs come complete with all necessary mounting hardware to readily bring your signage and display concepts to fruition.

Great for use in stores, restaurants, museums, exhibit booths, as well as commercial and residential buildings, Outwater's LED Standoffs allow for an infinite number of interior display mounting options for a variety of different media including permanent and freestanding displays, signage, directories, and art.


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