Barron Lighting Group, the originator of the LED exit sign and brands such as Exitronix, Trace*Lite, specialtyLED and Growlite, announces the addition of its new LPC LED low profile canopy series and the ALH series of LED architectural linear highbays.
The Trace*Lite LPC (low profile canopy) is an ultra slim profile 8” canopy engineered for use in compact spaces or lower mounting heights. The specially designed, UV stabilized lens optimizes visual comfort without sacrificing lighting efficacy and the robust construction allows for universal surface or pendant mounting. Schools, libraries, pharmacy drive thru lanes and truck stop sites are enhanced by optimizing the quality of light, increasing focus on tasks and creating a safer environment. The 120VAC light engine delivers 1,905 lumens while consuming only 20 watts, making it the ideal low profile and power canopy light.
Trace*Lite’s NEW ALH (architectural linear highbay) series’ slim profile is ideally suited for retail, large meeting spaces, gymnasiums, commercial and other applications that normally utilize a traditional HID or linear fluorescent highbay. Designed for mounting heights up to 50', the ALH features precisely engineered LED light engines with diffused lens optics to deliver exceptional light quality and uniform distribution for any task. This 200 watt, 4' luminaire produces over 25,300 lumens and is suited for high ambient temperatures up to 50°C.
"We are thrilled to offer even more lighting solutions for retail, commercial and manufacturing applications with our new LED highbay and LED canopy,” says Alan Tracy, owner, and president of Barron Lighting Group.
For more information about Barron Lighting Group products or where you can purchase these and other products visit the website at http://www.barronltg.com and look at the lighting representative locator found under the Resources tab.
Barron Lighting Group manufactures comprehensive lighting solutions in LED and HID fixtures for commercial and industrial applications. Barron designed, engineered and manufactured the first LED exit sign, and in 1984 the company launched the Exitronix brand. The Trace*Lite division followed soon after and enabled Barron to expand its offerings. With the introduction of specialtyLED division came custom and decorative LED lighting for both indoor and outdoor amazement.
Most recently, the acquisition of Growlite added state-of-the-art lamps, ballasts and fixtures engineered specifically for the indoor horticulture market. Barron’s headquarters is located in Arizona and it has nine distribution warehouses across the U.S. to efficiently supply the lighting demands across the country. For more information and a comprehensive list of products, visit http://www.BarronLTG.com or follow them on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter.