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realUV™ LED Flood Light for a Music Studio Installation
I'm trying to find a way to incorporate a black light in a music studio, since the walls and ceilings are upholstered in a sound-absorbing fabric I cannot fix anything to these surfaces. I am looking for a pure black light to highlight a piece of art - a painting with fluorescent paints- and this is going to be placed inside a music studio. As there are live recordings taking place here, the light must be silent. For that reason, I would prefer that it is as small as possible- for aesthetic reasons!
It’s also important that the light doesn’t omit blue light, it needs to be pure. Do you have any suggestions/advice for me? Looking at the website “realUV LED flood light seems to be the best option.
Based on the information provided, it does seem that our 365nm realUV™ LED Flood Light product could be a great option for your studio.
We can recommend the realUV™ LED Flood Light product, which should not emit any noise while operating.
I also wonder if it gets quite hot when in use. I would like to build a cubic wooden box and have the light placed inside so that it is not so visible. It could be A) a box with only walls or B) a box with walls and a base so that all sides are encased except the side omitting the light. Would this be possible?
This product would require a moderate amount of airflow so that the small amount of heat generated by the light can escape. Without the ability to dissipate heat, the components within the product can encounter issues.
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