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LEDGLASSSTAIR

Light-emitting diodes embedded in a glass stair

LED-embedded glass is a composite material. Two layers of glass are laminated together, and between them a third layer, surface mounted device (SMD) electronic elements[1] such as light-emitting diodes (LEDs) embedded in a Polyvinyl butyral (PVB) layer. [2]

An oxide film carries current to the SMD/LEDs, with no visible electrical connections. As of 2010, buildings in Dubai, California, and Switzerland had this material installed.[2]

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LED embedded film for semitransparent glass application  
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Cuttable LED Strips  
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Full-colour RGB LED-film laminated to 1x1 m floor glass  

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  1. LED EMBEDDED FILMS
  2. 2.0 2.1 Light emitting diode (LED) illuminated glass Materials for Architects and Builders, Arthur Lyons

==For further reading==
*D. Shavit: Transparent Electronic Interlayers, Proceedings of GPD Glass Performance Days, Juni 2009, Seiten 177-180
*D. Shavit: LED- and SMD embedded Polyester Interlayer Film for Lighting, Sensoric and functional Glass, Poster Session at GPD Glass Performance Days, June 2007, S 28







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