Oran Park Raceway - Australia
This gorgeous model, crafted by Neon Tracks, depicts Oran Park Raceway. This high quality neon LED wall light is made by hand and built to last.
Show your love for racing and design the mood in any room with this awesome Neon Track. The gorgeous glow of the neon gives your room retro ambiance with modern LED. Your favourite track in the colour of your choice is available in 3 different sizes.
This track is made with long lasting and environmentally friendly neon LED, this makes it both safe and durable. The neon LED is mounted in a frame that is shaped to Oran Park Raceway, so there is no back plate or acrylic board. The light hits your wall without obstruction.
Your Neon Track comes with a power adapter (black or white), touch dimmer (black or white) and 3 meter cable (black or white).
An RGB Neon Track comes with a power adapter (black or white), RGB controller (only in white) and a 5 meter cable attached to your Neon Track (black or white). The RGB controller thanks to the remote control and the app control can be easily hidden, so the controller is not in sight.
RGB (Adjustable Color)*
This Neon Track is now available in an RGB version! The next step in LED technology! No longer stuck to a fixed color, but choose from 16 million (single) colors. Choose the (single) color that suits your mood at any time. If you want your Neon Track to be red, set it to red via the included remote control (RF) or via the app (WiFi). If you later want your Neon Track to be green, just change it to green!
You can also choose from one of many scenes, such as changing the (single) color to the beat of the music or blending from one (single) color to another. Set a timer to turn on or off automatically or for automatic color changes. There are lots of possibilities.
* Your Neon Track is adjustable to one color at a time, multiple colors at once is not possible.
Oran Park Raceway was a motor racing circuit at Narellan south west of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia which was operational from February 1962 until its closure in January 2010. The track was designed and started by George Murray and Jack Allen. Since its closure in 2010 it has been developed into housing. The circuit was established by the Singer Car Club, with its opening meeting held on the weekend of 17–18 February 1962. The land for the circuit was provided by wealthy Camden grazier Dan Cleary, who also ran an earthmoving business, which provided the equipment used to help build the circuit.
The original lap distance of 1.690 km (1.050 mi) was later extended to 1.960 km (1.218 mi) with a further extension in 1974 creating an alternative "Grand Prix" circuit of 2.625 km (1.631 mi) in length. The Grand Prix circuit featured a figure-eight shape with a bridge where the track crossed over itself. Despite the loop the racing direction was still regarded as being anticlockwise.
- LED type
- Neon LED
- Dimmer or Controller
- Cable length
- 3 metres
- RGB cable length
- 5 meters
- 1 year
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