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Light Distribution Using Edgelighting

Discussion in 'Newbie Forum' started by Jan Stoeten, Aug 10, 2008.

  1. Jan Stoeten

    Jan Stoeten New Member

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    Aug 10, 2008
    Hello everyone. I'm new here and am amazed at the amount of talent here. That's why I joined.

    I want to create my own narrow profile lightboxes as is advertised on http://www.clearrcorp.com/lumu3.cfm:


    • Narrow profile of just 1-5/8” (41mm).
    • Frame flips open on all four sides for easy graphic
      and service access.
    • Cold-cathode fluorescent lamps (CCFL) have a life
      expectancy of up to 40,000 hours – double that of
      conventional fluorescents – up to 9 years without
      lamp changes in a typical retail application!
    • Light distribution is extraordinarily even, through an
      Innovative method of edgelighting an internal,
      precision-etched acrylic panel.
    • Energy efficient and cool operating – power consumption
      and heat generation are reduced up to 80% when
      compared to displays with conventional fluorescent
      lamps and ballasts.
    • All-aluminum structure
    Does anyone know how "Innovative method of edgelighting an internal,
    precision-etched acrylic panel"
    is achieved? Would very much appreciate any help. Thank you in advance.

    Jan Stoeten
    Netherlands
     
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