LED Warm-up Gel Kit

4 Warm Orange and Straw Lighting Gels in Stage Depot's LED Warm Up GelKit

LED Warm-up Gel Kit

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£21.95 inc VAT

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  • Description

Have harsh, cool white LEDs that need warming up? Check out our Guide to Warming Up LED Lights

This kit contains 4 sheets (21 inches x 24 inches) of the most common lighting gels used to warm up the harsh cold coloured light produced by many LEDs.

The four different colours provided each have slightly different colour temperatures, to allow for experimentation to find the best end result. Different LEDs all produce slightly different colour output, and different colours might match slightly better than others depending on the surroundings and setting. A selection of a warm gel with a slight salmon, skin tone, gold or orange hint after experimentation should produce the best desired end effect.

SD152 Warm salmon hint
SD444 Soft yellow hint
SD009 Light gold hint
SD206 Soft orange hint

The sheets are made from a soft acetate type material, manufactured with the latest dye formulations and bonding technology to assure the highest levels of reliability and performance. They can easily be cut to shape using scissors or a knife, and so are suitable for use with many different sizes and applications where LED lights have been or are to be installed.

The best method to attach the gel very much depends on how the LEDs are installed. The sheets of gel are not adhesive, but often LEDs are installed in such a way that they are in a fixture / fitting that could also accept the cut gel. Some also have a cover that the gel can be inserted behind. If not, the gel is quite light and so can alternatively be taped over the LED either using double sided tape, or normal adhesive tape depending on where / how they are installed.

As suggested with all of our lighting gels, although the gel contains heat resistant properties, we strongly advise against installing the gel in any location whereby it could be touching a hot light source, or blocking any air vents or preventing air flow around a light designed to cool the light. If in any doubt, consult a qualified technician.