02/04/2023 12:02 a.m.
https://cablematic.com/en/products/blue-electroluminescent-wire-coil-23mm-25m-NW068/
Blue electroluminescent wire coil 2.3mm 25m
REF: NW068
Specifications
  • Electroluminescent cable that lights up when electricity is applied.
  • Diameter of the thread: 2.3 mm.
  • Presented in 25m long coil.
  • Perlimit cut the cable of desired length.
  • Requires accessories and special power supply for this product (see our references #NW8x and #NW9x).
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38.75
Price including VAT: 38.75
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34.05
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Specifications
  • Electroluminescent cable that lights up when electricity is applied.
  • Diameter of the thread: 2.3 mm.
  • Presented in 25m long coil.
  • Perlimit cut the cable of desired length.
  • Requires accessories and special power supply for this product (see our references #NW8x and #NW9x).

More info

2.3mm diameter electroluminescent cable. Presented in 25m coil. Electroluminescent (EL) cables are flexible plastic tubes that have a component inside that lights up when current is applied.

Specifications
  • Electroluminescent cable that lights up when electricity is applied.
  • Diameter of the thread: 2.3 mm.
  • Presented in 25m long coil.
  • Perlimit cut the cable of desired length.
  • Requires accessories and special power supply for this product (see our references #NW8x and #NW9x).
  • The cable has a coaxial section. There is a mesh and an inner cable. Both cables must be connected correctly, respecting the polarity.
  • Quick and easy assembly. Simply cut the cable and connect to the power supply.
  • Cabbage threador blue
  • Gross Weight: 170 g
  • Number of packages: 1
  • Packages size: 14.0 x 14.0 x 3.0 cm

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Technical terms

  • Electroluminescence
Electroluminescence
Electroluminescence is an optical and electrical phenomenon in which a material emits light in response to the passage of an electric current or to a strong electric field.

The typical structure of an OLED electroluminescent device is based on one or more organic semiconductor layers provided between two electrodes.

The organic materials can be very small molecules or polymers.

If we cut an electroluminescent strip vertically we will find first with the negative electrode or cathode, usually metal. Here we find the luminescent material (1) and followed by the positive electrode or anode (conductive material).This conductor would be covered with a transparent protective layer (2).The combination of electrons and holes in a material, typically a semiconductor, generates the release of the electrons energy as photons. These photons are light (3) projected and visible.

Its most important technical features are:
  • They can illuminate large surfaces.
  • Uniform illumination.
  • Very low power consumption.
  • No radiation emission.
  • Very small sizes and/or flat.
  • Flexible.
  • Indoors and outdoors working.
  • No vibration.
  • There are a lot of colours.
Its most common applications are:
  • Lighting panels of vehicles or aircraft.
  • Keyboard panels or electronic panels.
  • Displays.
  • Signs and posters or billboards.
  • Decoration.
  • Road signs and vests.

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