|Product Dimensions||4.9 x 5 x 3.1 inches|
|Item model number||MK-288STARKIT-DIM|
|Assembled Height||3.15 inches|
|Assembled Length||4.92 inches|
|Assembled Width||5 inches|
|Number of Lights||2|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
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Wiedamark 288 3 Star Fiber Optic LED Star Ceiling Kit With New Dimming Feature Upgraded Remote
|Price:||$284.23 + $9.85 shipping|
- Dual Head LED Illuminator (Two 7 Watt LEDs) Dimension:Size: 4.92 in x 5 in x 3.15 in
- 12VDC transformer with US Plug.
- Twinkle wheel
- Remote control with on/off, start/stop wheel and up/down dim 8 levels.
- 288 strands 12' long, 204 - 0.75mm, 60 1.0mm, 24 1.5mm (two bundles of 144 strands)
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Designed for star ceiling type applications, this is one of the brightest LED light sources on the market. The illuminator has an installed twinkle wheel that creates an incredible shimmering effect. KEY chain remote control is also included with this kit. Power supply is included. KEY chain remote control is also included with this kit. The RF remote can power the unit on/off, start/stop the wheel and up/down dim 8 levels. Most kits on the market don't offer the dimming feature and something customers frequently request. Because it uses LED technology, you won't have to worry about changing out the bulb as LED's have a very long life and are very energy efficient. Each kit ships with 288 fibers using 6 bundles of our popular starpak 48 fiber. the fibers are 12' long, 204 - 0.75mm, 60 1.0mm, 24 1.5mm. The light source and white twinkle wheel is mounted in a ducted housing. If you would like to create a star ceiling with three different sizes of stars and cover a about 70 square feet area, we suggest that you purchase this model. What makes it 3 Stars? Each 144 Strand bundle has 3 different diameter size fibers. Which when put in the ceiling or other application makes 3 different size stars. The bigger the fiber proves the brighter the light output. YouTube Video https://youtu.be/7hd-9IGpQYI