Lovo™Flex MAXRUN Strips allows you to run low voltage Flexible LED Strip lighting further than ever before with continuous runs of 50ft (15M) to 65ft (20M). From accent lighting to compelling action lighting, Lovo™Flex MAXRUN Strips make your image stand out from the crowd! It provides an affordable, low energy consumption solution where stability and longevity are paramount. Manufactured with top-tier authentic premium Epistar LED chips, the SMD LED Flexible Strips are built to last. In addition to low energy consumption, these strips operate at a low temperature which means they can be used just about anywhere. They are designed for interior and exterior use and can bend and twist in just about any direction imaginable.
Prism Lighting Group’s Current Controlled LED Flexible strip lighting is designed with the electronics to last, with a warranty of 5 years. Built into the flexible PCB is a current-controlled IC chip that filters out the unpredictable spikes that can harm the LED, as well as aid with slowing down the light decay that occurs with LED that does not have this protection. This new MAXRUN technology allows for a single run up to 65ft with 24V power at one end, double the length compared to other manufacturers. This is the affordable solution for retail environments (permanent installations) that require 7 days a week 12 hrs a daylighting needs. We use an authentic premium LED and teamed up with the current regulated IC chip it is made to last. So when you are looking at a permanent install and looking at an affordable option, this is the way to go.
Prism can create a strip fixture with our aluminum profile extrusion and create a cabinet light at half the cost of what is being made by our competitors. Our aluminum profile is available in 6.5ft lengths and can be custom cut to the inch, manufactured rigid strip lights are set to fixed lengths, not every design fits a fixed length.
LovoFlex™ LED Strip Lighting series uses Tesa Tape, one of the world’s leading manufacturers of self-adhesive products since 1936.