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Find Calm and Focus with UV Fiber Optic Lights
UV lighting has proven to awaken even the most withdrawn individual. While standard fiber optics are generally clear and colored by the light source wheel, UV fiber optics are colored from the start with light that comes from a clear wheel with tiny holes that glow with vibrant color. The difference may sound insignificant, but it isn't! Try this UV Fiber Optic Sensory Lighting Kit to find a new dimension of calming tactile and visual stimulation. Great for any sensory room!
- Lights include up to 8 colors in one harness
- Ideal for kids with autism and sensory processing disorder
- Strong enough to withstand stretching or chewing
- Age 3+
Kits can be used in many other applications, for home use as well as professional use. For added sensory stimulation use these lights under a black light (not included). Sets include fiber optic spray and a 75w illuminator with twinkle wheel. Fiber optics do not heat up.
Please note: This item will ship separately from the rest of your order. Please allow 1-4 weeks for delivery. Please contact us for an estimated delivery date. For returns, a 20% restocking fee is applied.
Sets include fiber optic spray and one 100w UL-approved light sourcer with color wheel.
Comes with a 75w illuminator with twinkle wheel.
Fiber optics do not heat up.
CF4877 - 100 strands x 40" long fiber optic tails
CF4878 - 150 strands x 79" long fiber optic tails
CF4879 - 200 strands x 118"long fiber optic tails
Answered QuestionsHow long is the plug? What is a twinkle wheel? Why do you need fiber optic spray? Is the illuminator the plug that turns the lights on? I am confused. Do these get tangled into knots easily? I am putting in low lighting in my sensory room does it not look twinkly if it is not directly under a black light?Joyce / Nov 29, 2016Power cord is approximately 5-6ft.
The Twinkle wheel is a wheel that rotatotes inside the illumintor box to give a twinkle effect.
The fiber optic spray is the part that actually lights up and is the portion used in occupational therapy to stimulate the patients visual sense and it can be touched.
Yes, there is no “on/off” switch for the lamp, the unit normally goes on a “switched receptacle” to turn it on/off.
The fiber optic strands shouldn't tangle into knots easily.
Low lighting would be perfect-you want low light levels on the room in order to see the twinkle effect.Bayla Bernhardt, Customer Service / Jan 23, 2017