These lighted mirrors incorporate brilliant supplemental LED light, warmly diffused by frosted glass, into stylish mirror designs worthy of the Golden Era of Hollywood. Each one of these wall-mounted, backlit mirrors is as functional as it is elegant with a streamlined hardwired electrical connection (which means no visible wires) and a high degree of energy-efficiency.
All of the Marquee Series LED Mirrors come with a touch power button that is flush with the mirror’s surface. After the hardwired electrical connection is made, all you have to do to turn the mirror on or off is to simply touch the button with your finger. These mirrors can technically be connected to a light switch based control but we do not recommend this method because you’ll still need to utilize both the power button and the switch.
Color Rendering Index (CRI) is a measure of a light source's ability to faithfully reveal the colors of an object or surface in comparison with an ideal or natural light source. This rating is measured on a scale of 0 to 100. The CRI for WarmlyYours LED mirrors is 90+, making for very accurate lighting.
Yes. Anytime that the power source is interrupted, the light will need to be activated again with the touch-activated on/off button on the mirror's surface.
The voltage for all models is 120 Volts.
The expected LED lifetime is about 50,000 hours.
This will vary from mirror to mirror. There are 500-600 lumens per linear foot of LED strip, shorter strips yield less lumens. Different mirrors have different lengths of LED strips. These units have 2400-3600 lumens. In general, mirrors with lights facing towards the user can provide sufficient lighting. While mirrors with light around the edges should be considered accent lighting.
The LEDs are rated at 80 thousand hours. The driver/transformer is easily replaced if it ever does fail, so the whole mirror does not need to be replaced. There should little to no concern about the lighting strips failing on this product.
Our lighted mirrors are hardwired. The electrical gang box should be installed according to the location of the unit’s electrical connection box located on the back.
No, the LED mirror models cannot be mounted on an existing cabinet and should only be mounted on a wall.
All of our LED mirrors can be controlled by a light switch. Mirrors from the Marquee Series come with a touch on/off button on the face of the glass so the light switch will have to be on before pressing the button on the mirror. Once on, the mirror can be turned off with the wall switch but the process outlined previously will need to be repeated to turn the mirror back on.