39.4 in. Medium Density Fiberboard Mounting Channel - 45 - MDF LED Profile - For LED Tape Light - Klus 0973
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3.28 ft. Medium Density Fiberboard 45 Channel

Paintable - For LED Tape Light - Klus 0973

 
The Klus 0973 medium density fiberboard (MDF) mounting channel is used to hold LED tape light and allows you to create your own custom LED low voltage lighting scheme. The 45 MDF channel profile is designed for surface mount applications and is completed paintable. This profile sets the internal tape light to a 45-degree angle and is perfect for corners or edge lighting. The lighting angle is suitable for either a backdrop light or fore lighting and can be nestled into most grooves as a hidden lighting fixture. This makes the 45 MDF channel a beautiful choice for displays and cabinet lighting but doesn't rule out window, mirror, or rafter lighting either

Other required components of the 45 - MDF LED Profiles can be found here.

Please note: These profiles are only compatible with tape light 0.4 inches wide or smaller. They are compatible with FlexTec Standard Tape Light.

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Specifications

Stock Code:  KLUS-973
Family:  45 - MDF
Length:  39.4 in.
Height:  0.7 in.
 
 
Brand:  Klus Design
Part No.:  0973
Width:  0.7 in.
Material:  Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF)
 

Application

  • for flexible or hard LED strips
  • lighting or illumination of certain areas (stream of light may vary depending on the power of applied LEDs)
  • all kinds of grooves, inputs or surfaces edges
  • indoor: interior design, furniture industry (closets, kitchens, furniture etc.) stairs, exhibitors, scenography, advertisement, hotels, work stations (hardly accessible – shaded spots)

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