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Can you produce a UV-C LED Strip product in a lower-density configuration?
I am curious if you can produce the strip in a low-density version as compared to your standard product.
Unfortunately, we do not offer the UV-C LED strip product in a lower-density configuration. If you can let us know what you would be looking to achieve by lowering the density of the emitters, we'd be glad to see if can suggest an alternate solution.
I am designing sanitizing equipment and have tested your UVC emitters to see how well they work. In addition, I am trying to lower the cost as the LEDs are the most expensive item in the Bill of materials. I was looking at your other LED strips and saw they came in a low-density configuration. I would ideally like to have a spacing of the UVC emitters about 3” apart. Is it possible to get what I’m looking for to test?
Unfortunately, our LED strip production runs are typically done on the order of thousands of feet, so unless this is a high-volume application, a custom LED strip layout is unlikely to be feasible.
The LED strip lights can be cut in single-LED increments, so if you do have the ability to cut and rejoin them in longer intervals, that could be another workaround solution. We offer solderless connectors as well, which may help in reducing assembly labor costs and time. Please see below:
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