Lighting Fixtures

Shop Sees Green with Energy Savings from LED High Bay Luminaires Ed Pink has been building racing engines since 1946, and Ed Pink Racing Engines—the company he founded in 1958—has enjoyed success in nearly every form of motor sports over the past 56 years. From developing winning engines for the top teams such as Ford, Pontiac, Toyota, and Infiniti in IndyCar, NASCAR and Formula 5000 races, to providing specialized motors for dragsters, sprint cars, Funny Cars, midgets, and vintage race cars, the company’s engines have accumulated over one hundred victories and more than a dozen national championships, powering legends like Don Prudhomme and Tony Stewart to victory.
Keystone Technologies Introduces SmartWire Electronic Sign Ballasts
Keystone Technologies introduces the innovative SmartWire Electronic Sign Ballast as the best replacement for magnetic sign ballasts, which will soon be unavailable. The US Government is banning the manufacture of magnetic sign ballasts as of November... Read More
Direct Sign Wholesale Announces the Second Printing of the Channel Letter Information Guide
Direct Sign Wholesale announced the completion of the second printing of its popular Channel Letter Information Guide. The Channel Letter Information Guide is the company's main product data reference. It features detailed information on channel letter... Read More
GSG Offers Voltarc TriLight Fluorescent Lamps
Voltarc’s TriLightMax T8 and T12 fluorescent sign lamps, offered by GSG, are designed with Long Life™ technology, which uses high-quality tri-band phosphors to yield excellent color rendering for maximum lumen output and low maintenance.... Read More
Larson Electronics: Hand Lamp with 10-Watt Colored LED Bulb & Cord Reel
The VPLHL-LEDC-GR30 LED trouble light from Larson Electronics is waterproof and vapor-proof and is constructed to prevent the intrusion of water and moisture into the handle and head when used in wet locations. The 10-watt LED bulb included with the drop... Read More
Dimmable 46 Watt Vapor-proof LED Light Fixture for Outdoor Applications
With over forty years as a leader in the industrial lighting industry, Larson Electronics continues its commitment to providing high-grade lighting equipment to specialty markets with the release of a four-foot vapor-proof LED light fixture ideal for... Read More
Architectural Recessed Downlights Deliver Energy Efficiency with Design in Mind
MaxLite has launched a new line of ENERGY STAR-certified LED Architectural Recessed Downlights for new construction applications that require superior lighting performance, flexible installation options and an extended, maintenance-free lifetime. An... Read More
LED Recessed Ceiling Four-inch Dimmable Can Lights Provide the Upside to Down Lighting
LEDtronics, Inc., with more than thirty years of leadership in innovative LED lighting solutions, announces the newest member to its series of high-brightness, energy-efficient retrofit LED Recessed Downlights. The RDL32-4-12W series are Energy Star and... Read More
Larson Electronics Releases New Innovative 450 Watt Explosion Proof LED Light Fixture
The Larson Electronics EPL-HB-3X150LED-RT Explosion Proof High Bay light fixture provides operators with a powerful and energy-efficient alternative to traditional hazardous location luminaries. LED technology and compact design makes this lamp an... Read More
France Power Solutions Introduces New Mini LED Fast Pak Kit
France Power Solutions announces the release of its Mini LED Fast Pak™ Kit. The new compact kit reduces labor and installation time for all LED sign applications, includes pre-punched wiring holes, and can be mounted horizontally or vertically. The kit... Read More
Litetronics® Debuts New Online and Print Full-line Product Catalog for 2015
Litetronics®, pace-setting manufacturer of innovative energy-saving light sources and advanced lighting equipment for economical retrofit and/or new commercial applications, has announced availability of its brand-new Full-Line Product Catalog for 2015.... Read More



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