NZXT Hue 2 V2 Ambient RGB Lighting Kit - Up To 32"
NZXT HUE 2 V2 RGB Ambient Monitor Lighting Kit, Monitors From 27"-32", NZXT CAM Software Control
By DPD On 23rd Apr 2019
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Protect against installation damage for 28 days.
ScanProtect is an enhanced warranty specifically designed and offered by Scan to reduce the risk of any mishap or damage to components during installation.
Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
The HUE 2 Ambient RGB Lighting Kit uses your walls to visually immerse you in your favourite games or create the perfect mood with ambient RGB lighting from the back of your monitor. Everything you need to easily install and control RGB lighting for your monitor is included. Using CAM’s intuitive interface, you’ll choose from dozens of presets or custom lighting options, and even synchronize your RGB effects across other HUE 2 accessories.
Digital Control Through CAM
Using CAM’s intuitive interface, you’ll have full control over your RGB lighting, including synchronization across other HUE 2 accessories*. Numerous preset effects, along with both smart and custom lighting modes, let you express your creativity without constraints.
* Ambient lighting mode is only available on the HUE 2 ambient lighting controller and cannot be synced with other HUE 2 accessories.
Elegant RGB Lighting
You get the HUE 2 ambient RGB lighting controller with two independent channels and eight LED strips of various lengths with up to 10 LEDs per strip. Using the ambient lighting mode, the colours from the edges of your screen are projected from the back of your monitor for an even more immersive gaming experience.
Easy To Install and Use
The controller and the RGB LED strips can be easily attached on the back of your display and the external power adapter streamlines cable management. Controls are fully digital using CAM’s intuitive dashboard.
Important - Please Note: Images for illustration purposes only. Monitor, Peripherals and PC components, not included, available separately. Features • Stronger Adhesive: Upgraded the 3M LED strip adhesive backing tape to be thicker and stickier. It is more compatible with the different surfaces and textures of monitors on the market.
• L-Shape Corner Connector: For easier setup, we replaced the 150mm corner connectors to an L-shape corner connector for the top left and bottom right of your monitor.
• Alcohol Wipes: As your monitor may be dusty or dirty, we added alcohol-based cleaning wipes so you can clean the back of the monitor before adhering the LED strips.
• Faster Microprocessor: Enables incredibly smooth lighting effects and virtually instantaneous response changes to colours on the screen in ambient mode.
• Multiple LED Strips in Various Lengths: Easy-to-follow configurations and installation instructions for various monitor sizes and aspect ratios.
• Hue 2 Eco System: Compatible with all Hue 2 accessories and CAM lighting modes.
|Input Voltage||12 V|
|Colour Rendering Index (CRI)|
|Fitting||3M Dual Lock and Double-sided tape|
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