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Firstlite launches new LED range

The new range, called Infinity Neon LED, has been made a cost-effective signage solution

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Firstlite has highlighted the environmental and cost benefits of the new LED range of products

FirstLite LED Systems, a supplier of LED modules to the UK signage industry, has introduced a new product range titled Infinity Neon LED. 

The products offer a cost-effective and sustainable signage solution for use in locations like restaurants, shops, salons, and homes.

Products include plug-and-play drivers designed for end-users, facilitating easy fitting without the need for an electrician. The range also includes a wide array of coloured tubing and reels which allows for customisation as well as light control via LED dimmers and controllers.

Megan Woodcock, managing director of Firstlite, states: “This versatile and energy-efficient illumination option offers a sleek LED design that adds contemporary elegance to any space. Customers can purchase the Infinity Neon LED signage range by the metre, which reflects Firstlite's commitment to providing a cost-effective and 
environmentally conscious solution for businesses and homeowners alike.”

Recently Firstlite added to the current debate regarding LED and traditional glass neon which has been a talking point in the industry due to the advertising and use of the word “neon”.

In a blog post on the Firstlite website, Woodcock says: “As a supplier of LED signs, I am broadly in agreement with recent articles about how the naming of some LED products as neon is detrimental to the neon sign industry. Creating true neon signs is a craft, but sadly one that is very much in decline.”

Despite the technical benefits of traditional neon Woodcock adds that LED solutions can be appealing due to their financial, environmental, and practical advantages.

“Words are important,” says Woodcock, adding: “It is right that LED systems that are replicating neon signs should be described as such. They should always be called LED neon and not just neon. To protect what is a much-loved and important craft, the description should indeed be accurate and not misleading.”

Firstlite’s LED signs are manufactured using acrylic and an extensive range of products from Firstlite’s sister company, First Fix Plastics, which helps it deliver a one-stop-shop signage system.

The business also offers regular training days to guide users on the official installation and maintenance of the Infinity Neon LED range which Firstlite says has become extremely popular.

Woodcock concludes: "The Infinity Neon LED signage range embodies our commitment to providing customers with not only a visually stunning LED solution but also a sustainable and user-friendly experience. With minimal LED wastage, comprehensive supply packages, and upcoming training sessions, we aim to redefine LED signage solutions for our valued customers."

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