Please have a look at the complete sets in our shop. Here you get an overview of the required parts. Of course, you can also purchase our products individually or buy parts. Please make sure that there is a 220V power source (ceiling or power outlet). To attach the printed circuit boards, you need the screws that can be ordered in our online shop. Alternatively, you can also bond the printed circuit boards to materials that correspond to the substrate.
You can use our systems on ceilings, walls or freestanding decorative elements for lighting and accentuation.
The foam PixBoard is suitable for private areas and rooms where there are no increased fire safety regulations. The plaster PixBoard has a one-sided plaster. As a result, it is suitable for rooms in which an increased fire safety regulation exists, e.g. hotels, hospitals, fairs. Note: Even if you are planning a wall installation with the printed circuit boards in the private rooms, we recommend using the "Business" circuit board, as this is not so easy to deal with due to the Gibs coating.
You can cut the PixBoards to your specific wishes and shapes with a conventional carpet / craft knife. In addition, the PixBoards can be covered with fabric, wallpapered, painted, plastered or framed. Please make sure that the colours or adhesives used are oil and solvent-free! A revival with neutral or printed high-performance foils is also possible. This results in an infinite variety of uses for decoration, accentuation, advertising, lighting and much more.
You can also paint, plaster or glue the sides of the printed circuit board on the sides. It is important that you let the paints, plasters or possible adhesions dry properly before you connect the power circuit board with electricity so that you do not create a short circuit. Alternatively, at the hardware store, you can get PVC or aluminium strips that can be used to clad the sides of the printed circuit boards. If the profile strips are made of aluminium, please stick insulating tape inside the profile strips to prevent a possible short circuit.
Yes, this is not a problem. If you want to bring the two boards to the same thickness (22mm), we recommend two PixBoard’s together with the thicknesses 12.5 mm and 9.5 mm together.
Yes, it is possible. You should only make sure that no metal objects touch the conductor foils in the printed circuit boards to avoid a short circuit. You can isolate the areas with a simple electrical tape.
Insulate the printed circuit boards that touch each other with a simple tape to the outside.
Yes, you can remove the PixLED’s anytime and pin them in again.
No, the PixBoards have a conductive foil inside the printed circuit boards and also 12V low current is used in our systems and therefore the application on the plate is not dangerous. The connection of the transformers to an open power cable should be done by an authorised craftsman.
Yes, you can use and combine any PixPixLED’s. All you need to do is consider the overall performance of the transformers used.
That depends on the transformer used. The PixLED’s have a power consumption between 0.12 and 0.21 watts. So, with a 70 watts transformer, assuming an average of 0.16 watts, you can plug in over 400 PixLED’s to reach the power limit.
The abbreviation mcd stands for milli candela. It is an indicator of the brightness of a PixLED or even a luminous object (the basic unit of luminous intensity) as a function of the angle of emission. Coarse corresponds to 1 cd (or 1000mcd) about the brightness of a candle.
The PixLED’s have small colour markings: cool white weak: gold, cold white medium: white, cold white light: beige, warm white weak: silver, warm white medium: grey, warm white light: black.
Yes, with a commercially available, capacitive loads phase section dimmer "C". In this case, the power range should start low possible (e.g. 4 - 200 watts) so that a dimming effect can be seen. The more PixLED’s you use, the bigger the effect will be.
On our website you have the choice between warm white or cold white PixLED’s. If you want to have a part in a different light colour or thickness, you can send us an email immediately after ordering email@example.com and tell us exactly the desired colours and light intensities.
Yes, the use in damp rooms (bathroom, swimming pool, etc.) is no problem if you follow the rules for electrical installations (220 V) in wet rooms!
The connector plugs (flat contact plugs) are inserted from the left and right side into the printed circuit boards. On one side connect the PCB by inserting the plug into the upper metal foil, on the other side plug in the plug into the lower foil. If this is not possible due to a lack of space during installation, please cut out of the two printed circuit boards a total of approx. 4 x 6 cm square. Then connect the power connectors with the connector. The resulting hole can be filled easily.