Lighted Display Cases

LDC

Enjoy our lighted display cases.

Illuminate your model to highlight its intricate details.

The light kit  produces an amazing specialty halo effect on the models.

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We specially designed a Led Lighted System that burns cooler and more efficiently.

The LED has a brightness of 1860 Lumen with a warm white color (CCT of 3300 K *).

It is dimmable and works with 9~14.8 VDC.

The LED life time is 30,000 hours so you can keep your display lit for a long time.
This kit cannot be purchase separately.

The power supply is included.


*CCT (Correlated Color Temperature) expresses the color or shade of white light. It is the measure of the color appearance of the light emitted from a light source, measured in degrees kelvin (K). The CCT rating is a general 'warmth' or 'coolness' measure of its appearance. Wavelength is used to express a specific color of light other than whites. Wavelength is the portion of the visible spectrum that the human eye can detect, between 380 and 700 nanometers (nm). 3300 K is also called a warm white.

We specially designed a Led Lighted System that burns cooler and more efficiently.

The LED has a brightness of 1860 Lumen with a warm white color (CCT of 3300 K *).

It is dimmable and works with 9~14.8 VDC.

The LED life time is 30,000 hours so you can keep your display lit for a long time.
This kit cannot be purchase separately.

The power supply is included.


*CCT (Correlated Color Temperature) expresses the color or shade of white light. It is the measure of the color appearance of the light emitted from a light source, measured in degrees kelvin (K). The CCT rating is a general 'warmth' or 'coolness' measure of its appearance. Wavelength is used to express a specific color of light other than whites. Wavelength is the portion of the visible spectrum that the human eye can detect, between 380 and 700 nanometers (nm). 3300 K is also called a warm white.