Paper-thin flexible light by CeeLite™
CeeLite’s paper-thin, flexible light bulbs can go virtually anywhere: around a pillar, on the floor, even around Chad Smith’s drum set during the Red Hot Chili Peppers’ recent appearance on Saturday Night Live. The light-emitting capacitors (LECs) are essentially 1-mm-thick sheets of plastic. Inside is a layer of phosphor that when hit with an alternating current, shines bright white (not bluish like other electroluminescent light). The LECs illuminate surfaces evenly but can also be programmed to dim, fade or flash on contact.
CeeLite™ panels are offered in a variety of standard sizes in indoor, open space or outdoor portrait and landscape formats. The largest panel is 3′ x 6′ although larger sizes are under development. Custom sizes are available with minimum order quantities. The color temperature of CeeLite LEC panels range from 7,500 to 11,000 degrees Kelvin. New panels with additional color temperatures are under development. CeeLite’s panels also are available in various flexible film and glass packaging options. CeeLite panels typically consume very small quantities of electricity relative to incandescent, neon and fluorescent lighting.