Columbia Lighting is pleased to announce that our new LED 2013 product app for iPad has now been updated to include the LLT – LED Lens Troffer and the LLHP – Premium LED High Bay. Previously available with the e•poc LED and Serrano LED, this application now has all of the current Columbia Lighting LED product offering. As more LED products are introduced, this iPad app will continue to be updated to offer an easy and engaging way to obtain Columbia Lighting’s LED product information.
For those of you that have been using the previous version of our iPad app, the same great features are still available, including:
• 360° rotatable product images
• 360° panoramic views of application settings
• Product specification data
• Image galleries
• Training and promotional videos
• Downloadable specification sheets and brochures
To download your free copy of the new Columbia Lighting LED 2013 product application for iPad, click here, or visit the Apple iTunes store and search Columbia Lighting. This app will replace your 2012 version entirely. For a quick video overview of this great app, please visit on our youtube channel.
About Columbia Lighting:
Columbia Lighting products are marketed through electrical distributors to the electrical contractor and are installed in a variety of buildings such as schools, hospitals, office buildings, and libraries. Columbia Lighting maintains state-of-the-art manufacturing operations in Bristol, PA, and Juarez, MX. These facilities produce lighting fixtures destined for job sites or inventory in strategically located distribution centers and regional warehouses throughout North America. A long tradition of excellence and value has made Columbia Lighting one of the industry’s most respected manufacturers, exemplifying quality, performance, and value.
For more information about Columbia Lighting, visit www.columbialighting.com. Columbia Lighting is a division of Hubbell Lighting, 701 Millennium Boulevard, Greenville, SC. Phone: 864-678-1000
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