Keep in mind that all LED packages degrade slowly in the amount of light output, therefore, we do not guarantee a perfect match on output brightness.
Our minimalist design is molded from UV resistant polycarbonate for durability as strong as your stone surface. Choose from three standard lengths and two choices of popular LED color outputs.
Our design is intentionally simple, allowing for insertion between pavers and requiring no cutting or drilling for installation. The fixture itself is virtually invisible during the day, reducing impact on your design without sacrificing lighting effects at night.
Pavelux® is stocked in 3000K pure white and 2400K ultrawarm white LED options, ensuring same day shipping and quick delivery.
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Our earlier LED version was built on a standard FR4 circuit board (fiberglass and epoxy construction) with conformal coating. Fiber core boards can absorb moisture over time, which can compromise the integrity of the circuit.
The new LED package is built on a MCB circuit board (metal core construction) with conformal coating. Aluminum does not allow moisture to penetrate the circuitry and the added benefit is immediate heat transfer from the LED chip. Heat is the enemy of the LED chip. Aluminum allows efficient transfer of heat and promotes added life to the LED.
Calculate the transformer required by determining the total wattage of all lighting fixtures. This is the minimum required output of the transformer. You typically want to choose a transformer that supplies no more than 30% more.
- 10 LED wall lights @ 2 watts each = 20 watts
- 10 LED deck lights @ 1 watt each = 10 watts
- 5 LED path lights @ 3 watts = 15 watts
- Total minimum output required by the transformer = 45 watts
In this example, a 60 watt magnetic or electronic transformer would be ideal.
Our imitators and knock offs incorporate upwards of 20 individual electronics ranging from diodes and transistors to inductors and IC regulators, not to mention electrolytic and ceramic capacitors, all of which are a source for potential failure in the future.
When utilizing a magnetic transformer, it is advised to take voltage readings. As magnetic transformers do not regulate voltage, accurate readings are necessary to ensure your fixtures perform as warranted.