Pixel-Free LED is a form of LED strip lighting. Typical LED Light Strips have visible LED pixels mounted on a copper PCB (printed circuit board). Many LED Strips come in White, RGB (Red, Green, Blue), RGBW (addition of White), or even individually addressable pixels which allow you to control the brightness or color of each pixel. This is especially useful in film and video production, stage performances, retail and trade show displays.
Pixel-Free LED uses a similar composition as a typical LED strip, however it also adds a diffuser over the strip to hide the individual pixels. This allows the light to be easier and more pleasing to look directly at the light, as today’s LED chips are vastly brighter than years ago. In fact, LEDs today are so bright, they are able to take the place of nearly all household lighting technologies in the past, like Halogen, Incandescent, Fluorescent, and more. Pixel-Free LED uses various compositions of materials to diffuse the light, and comes in widths ranging from 6mm (0.23in) to 21mm (0.83in) wide. Depending on the width of the lighting element, can have many different uses. 
The thinner varieties of Pixel-Free LED can be used as a replacement for Neon signage or neon lighting, as it has a very tight bending radius, coupled with easy cutting and connecting. The wider widths can be used in building and architectural elements. When comparing to traditional Neon signs, Pixel-Free LED consumes approximately ¼ the power, and lasts 4x as long. It also does not use any harmful gases, is field cuttable and easy to use even for novice users.
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