What Are Fiber Optic Wands?

Posted in fiber optic wands, light up wands on August 15, 2012

Fiber optic wands are a kind of LED product that are made of fiber optic strands. There is a handle at the end of the stands. Once pushing the button, the wand will light up in various flashing modes. Typically there are three kind of flashing modes: automatical color-changing, quick flash and strobe. The automatical color-changing is realized by having three different color LED light bulbs lighting on and off at different time intervals to create color combinations. The three colors are Red, Green and Blue. For example, by having green & blue lighting up at the same time, you will have Yellow. By having red and blue, you will have purple, etc. So by changing the alternating the time intervals of the three lights, all different colors will show up, including pink, purple, orange, yellow& white in addition to the three colors above.

The second flashing mode of fiber optic wands is the quick flashing mode, in which the three color lights flashes one after another. The last mode is the strobe mode. It’s very similar to quick flashing. Fiber optic wands come in different styles. At the conjunction of strands and handle, you can get a butterfly shape, a heart shape, a star shape or any other fun shape. There are LED lights built within the shapes. So not only will the strands light up, so will the hearts or stars. The product itself is typically in clear color so that the lights will shine out the best.

At the end of the handle, there is also a light up ball at the end of the wand. It can also projects lights onto wall. So all together, there are three locations on the fiber optic wands that light up, the various strands, the butterfly conjunction between strands and handle, and ball at the end. They are great for concerts as they can be waved in the air. Other events including birthday parties, school rallies, sporting games, etc.


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