Office with Boyce LED canopies in ceiling and along wall  

   LED tape is proving to be a versatile light source for many applications ranging from entertainment to architectural.  And now we find that LED tape is replacing traditional fixtures for general lighting applications.  For example, at the Boyce Products Showroom at the Design Center on Lexington Ave in New York City, several light boxes are used to add ambient light for a conference room. But now more than a single or adjustable white, the light can be a wide range of colors for any occasion since four channel RGBW tape was used inside the boxes. 

Boyce Products constructed the lightboxes and incorporated City Theatrical D4 HP Dimmers with DMX control to change color and intensity.  Running DMX data lines was problematic so wireless DMX was used with SHoW DMX SHoW Baby 5s for both transmitter and receivers for two boxes.  And then a single wireless D4 Neo Dimmer was used for the third box. 

This was initially controlled by a standard lighting console sending DMX to the SHoW Baby, but the client wished to have an iPad interface to make it simpler and portable.  So City Theatrical performed the system integrations of an Interactive Technology Cue Server, Netgear Wireless WiFi Router, and an iPad mini.  CTI was then able to program and store several looks demonstrating the versatility of LED tape in a commercial business setting.


   Warm White usual look    Orange light to match carpet  

   D4 HP Dimmer, cat no 5750  D4 Neo Dimmer, cat no 5742  SHoW Baby DMX Transceiver, cat no 5702