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American Lighting Expands LED Neon Flex Line

American Lighting, a manufacturer and distributor of lighting technologies for residential, commercial, and specialty markets, has expanded its Neon Flex product line with three new LED products -LED Neon Flexbrite Plus, LED Neon Flexbrite Economy, and LED Micro Neon Flex. Designed for a multitude of continuous line applications, including sign, cove, decorative, and architectural lighting, the LED Neon Flexbrite product line provides superior light output and higher visibility than traditional incandescent rope light and neon, with up to 90 percent energy savings, the company says.

"We are committed to providing our customers access to a broad range of multi-purpose, high quality LED lighting options," said David Wilkins, CEO, American Lighting. "We're proud to unveil our expanded line of LED Neon Flex products, which makes it easier than ever for customers and distributors to find the design options they need at a variety of price points, and with the simplicity of a single source."

LED Neon Flex is made with flexible PVC instead of glass, eliminating breakage and reducing installation complexity. The patented, oval-shaped jacket enables a bright, continuous line of light that replicates the appearance of neon. All products have a colored jacket that highlights color by night and day. The LED Neon Flexbrite Plus and the LED Neon Flexbrite Economy can be installed in longer runs, while the low-voltage LED Micro Neon Flex has a shorter cut increment for more intricate designs.

The slim, flexible products are available in a choice of colors, and have an average lifetime of up to 100,000 hours, providing a long-lasting, virtually maintenance-free light source for a host of applications, the company says.


(16 May 2011)

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