New Slim Area LED from Plusrite. Just rolled out at LightFair and available at Shadow Lighting & Supplies Inc.
Venture's LED Vapor-tight ﬁxtures are built tough and made from UV stabilized, impact resistant polycarbonate. For use as utility lighting, parking garage, entrance areas, car washes, canopies and maintenance areas. With an all plastic, corrosion resistant construction these versatile ﬁxtures are IP-65 rated. Poured gasket with excellent compression and recovery characteristics ensures a tight, consistent seal. Knock-out locations are available on both sides of the ﬁxture as well as on top. Each vapor-tight fixture is supplied with surface mounting clips and V-Hooks for chain mounting. The lightweight design allows for easy installation/replacement of existing ﬁxtures.
We are excited to launch FORUM, an amazing new LED panel from Liteline that incorporates our much-loved SlimLED technology with a disruptive design that is sure to replace how you think about troffers.
The eye-pleasing fixture is designed to give you the ability to quickly select and change between color temperatures and power output with the flick of a switch. There are two switches built onto the FORUM driver giving contractors and end users the ability to toggle between 3000K, 3500K and 4000K and 20w, 30w and 40w.
We created this driver to give you the flexibility to quickly respond to changes within a lighting design, change requests from clients, as well as the personal taste of end users in the space. With FORUM, your clients can change their mind and you don’t have to worry if they haven’t decided until the fixture needs to be installed.
Oh, and did we mention this panel is 120V-347V autosensing to make it even easier for you? When Liteline moved to our new corporate head office in Richmond Hill, Canada, we retrofitted our lighting. During the installation we discovered that while we primarily needed 120v fixtures, we had one circuit that was 347v - FORUM automatically handled this without needing a different fixture.
With up to 6250 lumens, FORUM is the first of its kind to hit the market and the first panel that helps to reduce inventory overhead, stocking issues, and lengthy replacement delays if specs change. With FORUM you can bring your inventory down from hundreds of SKUs, to just a few!
FORUM is available in 1x4, 2x2, 2x4-foot configurations.
ETLIN-DANIELS has manufactured and supplied Electrical and Mechanical Hardware products to the North American Market since Henry B. Etlin founded HB Etlin Co. in 1949. Originally a metal stamping facility, the building still resonates with the sounds of metal and copper being stamped into many formed products for today’s OEM and Distribution markets. And, while we no longer make all of the original products in-house, the current machinery and production associates are able to furnish many standard and custom designed solutions with much more aggressive lead times than the overseas suppliers many of our competitors currently rely on.
In 2015, Etlin-Daniels decided to employ the knowledge and experience garnered from over 65 years in North America’s Electrical Industry, along with decades of strong relationships with global electrical and electronic manufacturers to launch a comprehensive line of LED Fixtures and Emergency Lighting. We work very closely with our overseas partners to design high quality and competitively priced lighting solutions with many value-add, customizable options.We continue to grow this offering in 2017, and are also excited by the representation we now have for our Canadian Market.
ETLIN-DANIELS and ELECTRICAL DEVICES INC. have long-term ties to the North American OEM and Distribution networks. We focus on quality and service and we employ decades of knowledge and experience in all facets of our products and processes. We look forward to growing long-term, mutually beneficial relationships with our existing and new customers.
We had one of our followers bring up the fact that CFL's are being fazed out. That is partially true. Most of the manufacturers are eliminating a wide range of wattages and it appears that the 7W and 13W will be the most common. With that in mind the CFL's that they have in stock are (much to our chagrin) having their prices increased. LED's have come down significantly over the past 2 years so the net difference between the CFL and LED is negligible.