Duratrans Light Box: LED 24" x 36" Silver w/Snap Open Frame
Powered by innovative LED technology, this backlit display offers bright, even lighting in our thinnest profile ever! Measuring just .83" thick, this ultra thin duratrans light box is one of the most elegant-looking lightbox displays on the market. Its low-profile offers a modern sleekness. With tiny LED bulbs built into the sides of the frame, each duratrans light box with durable frame illuminates your translucent graphics to create a stunning visual display with no hot or cold spots. A unique diffusion pattern in the frame ensures that all you see is bright, shadow-free illumination, even in very large sizes. With a "snap-open" border on the frame, this duratrans light box is also very functional. You can change your graphics with little effort without even removing the panel from the wall. Four predrilled holes allow you to mount your duratrans light box vertically or horizontally. Rounded corners on the frames ensure no one gets scratched on sharp edges.
Although it initially costs more than a traditional backlit display, this duratrans light box has many benefits that help outweigh its expense. The way they accentuate printing is unparalleled. Because LED bulbs are smaller and more efficient than fluorescent bulbs, this duratrans light box that distributes light evenly is thinner and will actually save you money in the long run (in electricity bills). These poster signs only require 24 volts of electricity to operate. Each duratrans light box that uses lighting technology also has a life span of over 100,000 hours when used 24 hours, 7 days per week. That means you won't have to worry about changing your bulbs or replacing your lightbox for over 11 years! This duratrans light box that keeps a poster, or other printing, close to the wall makes for great permanent signs in airports, malls and stadiums. Please Note: LED lights are not measured in terms of Kelvin; our best approximation is a 6500 Kelvin color rating. However, we do not warrant this measurement, as it is only an approximation by us. The manufacturer of LED lights does not officially measure officially Kelvin Color ratings.