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   Fiber Optic Lighting offers a unique method of lighting virtually anything you can think of without the heat or harmful UV rays normally associated with other lighting products.  Wonderful effects can be achieved using only two basic components, a light source (the illuminator), and the means to deliver the light where you need it (the cable). Go to Basics of Fiber Optic Lighting for a detailed description.

General purpose lighting is now possible using the newer illuminators that can distribute light to areas that are hard to get to or maintain. It is designed for indoor and outdoor usage and can be used for such things as perimeter lighting of decks, steps, docks, soffits, entranceways or walkways.  It can also be used for the downlighting and spot lighting for bars, ceilings, or used for starfields as well as landscaping accent lighting of trees and shrubs.  The illuminator and cable are removable and reusable as well.   The illuminator can be located up to 100 feet from your project and can be used to illuminate multiple applications.  The cable is flexible and can be bent into almost any shape                                                                      

                                                                       Ease of Maintenance
Periodically replacing a single light bulb at a single source is all that is required. The cable is made of durable, UV protected DMMA plastic.  There is nothing to break or burn out.  There is no heat transmitted by the cable so it can be used to light combustible materials.

Because it carries no electricity, it can be used near, or even in, water and there are no glass tubes or lamps to break.  The cable is unbreakable, shockproof and waterproof.

With the use of side emitting cable, a neon light look can be achieved over long distances at a fraction of the cost. Fiber optic lighting can have the look of neon lighting but it can change color, dim or even mimic movement while using far fewer components and much less maintenance. This can be done from illuminators that have an operating draw of only .75 amps (about what a 60W bulb uses) for the 75 watt quartz halogen unit or 1.8 amps for the 150 watt metal halide unit.  Also, there is only one bulb to replace, and this has a life span of 10,000 hours!

                                                                 User friendly
Fiber optic systems are designed for the do-it-yourselfer homeowner or business owner. Just lay the cable, screw the port with the cable end installed into the illuminator and plug the illuminator into a 110V outlet.  Thatís it!

A constantly rotating color wheel produces 5 to 8 spectacular colors.  These mood lights may also be set at one color depending on the occasion (green for St. Patricks Day or red for Christmas). With the use of a DMX controller, you can program light shows or pick which colors you wish to view in any sequence of your choosing.            


Fiber Optic Lighting

Basics of Fiber Optic Lighting
Ceiling Light Fixtures
Color Wheels
Cove Lighting
Design Page
Do-It-Yourself Kits
End Piece Fixtures
End Emitting Cable
Fiber Optic Cable
Fiber Optic Chandeliers

Fiber Optic Curtains
Fiber Guide
General Cable Description
Glass Block Wall
LED Fiber Optic Illuminators
Installing Cable
Landscape Fixtures
LED Mini-light Kits
Pools & Spas
Side Emitting Cable
Starfield Ceilings
Starfield Installation

Other Lighting

Laser Starfield
LED Bulbs
LED Flexible Ribbon
LED I-Panel
LED Lighting
LED RGB Lighting
LED Signage
LED Street Lights
LED Flexible Neon
LED Par Cans
LED Stage Lighting
Rope Light
UV Lighting
Multi Pars

    Del Lighting, Inc.
    5331 Brewster
    San Antonio, TX  78233

    (210) 590-5196  FAX: (210) 590-4957

Updated 09/14/10

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Fog Machines
Mirror Balls
Flame Special Effects
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