Black Light Bar

Black Light Bar


    Black LED Light Bar

    Find the best powerful black LED light bar at Onforu LED lighting store. This black light bar creates an amazing atmosphere for occasions like Halloween, events, parties and DJ stages. It works perfectly with UV body colors and fluorescents. Wavelength range: 385-400nm, Class A. Easy and safe to use, it can also be used for body painting and other visible fluorescent materials. The back of the light adopts a special heat dissipation fin design and high quality aluminum alloy material to provide more effective heat dissipation and extend the life of the floodlight. No need to worry about overheating, ensuring safe use and making your decoration more colorful.

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    FAQs of Black Light Fixtures

    Blacklight is a type of ultraviolet (UV) light. The main characteristic of blacklight is that it emits ultraviolet light (UV-A band), a wavelength of light that causes fluorescent substances in objects to glow.

    Under black light, fluorescent pigments or fluorescent materials usually appear in colors such as bright green, bright blue, and bright purple. These colors react because they absorb ultraviolet light and emit visible light.

    Fluorescent paints, certain detergents, white fabrics, white paper, and fluorescent notebooks can emit bright light under black light.

    Blacklights are commonly used for stage performances, theme parties, decorations, artwork displays and more.

    Blacklights can reveal fluorescent substances. This means that when black light hits certain specific substances, these substances will emit a visible bright light.

    Blacklight allows people to see objects that emit bright light by exciting the surfaces of objects that contain fluorescent substances, causing them to absorb and re-emit visible light.

    Generally speaking, blacklight under normal use is not significantly harmful to the human body. However, prolonged exposure to high intensity UV light may have adverse effects on the eyes and skin. Therefore, it is important to protect your skin and eyes from prolonged exposure when using black light.