LED Mirrors are a great addition to your home or commercial bathroom, especially if you are looking for that luxurious or modern elegant vibe. These mirrors are available in many different shapes and styles which are all dependent on the intended function of the mirror. And because they are energy efficient LED, you can expect to save money on the electric bill.
LED Vanity Mirrors
Candex offers 2 types of LED mirrors in the Montage series, the Montage Stripes, and the Montage border. Candex Montage LED Mirrors adopt a modern low-profile vanity style and are mostly designed for bathrooms. They are backlit integrated LEDs and are designed to hang vertically on the wall with plug-in ready power cords. Mounting hardware is included in the package. Both LED Mirrors comes with innovative dual-function touch button that gives you the options to customize lighting effect by holding down the button to select between 2700-6500K color temperature. By touching the button to choose between dimming 0/30/60/100 functions, you can easily create the atmosphere you desire.
One of the most common types of LED mirrors is the backlit mirror. These mirrors are equipped with LED tubes behind it and give off subtle, yet efficient lighting. The most common styles of backlit mirrors are the infinity mirror and shaving mirror.
Dimmable LED Mirror
Great if you want to adjust the brightness of your mirror depending on the time of day and helps save energy! There are many dimmable mirrors out there that come with additional features like anti-fingerprint or anti-fog. Most of the mirrors in the market today are touch powered, so dimming or changing colors can be done with just the tip of your finger.
Heated Demister Mirrors
These mirrors have a thin demisting heat pad installed behind the mirror which prevents the steam and condensation build up around the mirror during a bath or shower.
How to Maintain your Mirror
In 2017 California made changes to the Title 24 energy regulations. Named the joint appendix 8, JA8 for short, this revision was made to give the consumer a wider range of energy efficient choices. The original regulation was around in California since 2005, but the JA8 revision includes many regulation changes in the construction industry.