Fiber Optic Star Ceilings

Myriads of twinkling start sparkling like jewels against the velvety blackness of space. A quick glance at the night sky reveals that the stars vary in brightness and show subtle variation in color.

Recreate this vision indoors using end light Fiber Optic cable. Constellations, comets, or shooting starts work together to create a dazzling spectacle. The fiber is inserted into acoustical panels or rigid foam PVC panels which are attached to the ceiling. The acoustical panels are finished in fabric, while the PVC panels are a painted finish. Select a domed, square or rectangular shaped ceiling. Multiple fiber diameters are used to create a sense of depth. The light source, either a halogen lamp or LED creates a twinkling star effect.

Home Theatre

Fiber – PMMA End Light
Fiber Density – 3, 4, 5 or 6 fibers per sq. foot
Panel Size – 4 ft. x 4 ft. standard.
Custom sizes and shapes also available

Specification Sheet

Master Bath

Fiber – PMMA End Light
Fiber Density – 3, 4, 5 or 6 fibers per sq. foot
Panel Size – 3 ft. diameter dome ceiling
Fiberglass domes are ready to install architectural features in various sizes, 3 – 7 ft. diameter. The dome ceiling ships with factory installed fiber in a wooden crate, ready for installation.

Specification Sheet

SV750 Illuminator

75W Quartz Halogen Lamp
2500 Fibers / .75mm
5.5” X 9.5” X 5.75”
(140mm X 241mm X 146mm)
UL listed dry location

Specification Sheet

Ceiling Panels

Crated and ready for shipping.

Specification Sheet

Child's Bedroom

Fiber – PMMA End Light
Fiber Density – 3, 4, 5 or 6 fibers per sq. foot
Panel Size – 6 ft. diameter dome ceiling
Fiberglass domes are ready to install architectural features in various sizes, 3 – 7 ft. diameter. The dome ceiling ships with factory installed fiber in a wooden crate, ready for installation.

Fiber – PMMA End Light

End light fiber, simple in its basic structure, meets a wide range of applications. It is a creative concept for interior or exterior signage and P.O.P. displays, scale models, floral displays, hobbyists and underwater spectacles in aquariums.
The optical fiber is of the total reflection type which has a concentric double structure consisting of a core of transparent polymethylmethcrylate (PMMA) of a high refractive index, covered with a thin layer of special transparent cladding material of a low refractive index. The light entering from one end is transmitted, repeating the total reflection at the interface of the two components, and then discharged from the other end.

The fiber's properties and features of resiliency, transmission of colored light and no short circuits or sparks provides many opportunities for new concepts and will help designers to fully utilize their creativity.