Systems & Applications | Retrofit | Luminaires | Indoor Applications | Mar 01, 2018

Litetronics Introduces Family of Easy-to-Install LED Strip RetroFit Fixtures

Litetronics proudly introduces its new LED Strip RetroFit family of adjustable, easy-to-install, 4-foot LED strips that can upgrade linear fluorescent fixtures from 2.75 to 5 inches wide to energy-saving LED technology in minutes. Utilizing the existing building wiring and fixture base frame, Litetronics’ LED Strip RetroFits represent the industry’s easiest and quickest way to convert floor, corridor, area, and aisle lighting within a broad range of retail, commercial, and institutional applications to the comprehensive benefits of LED lighting.

Offered in 24 and 30-Watt versions that deliver 3,120 and 3,900 lumens respectively, the one-piece LED Strip RetroFit kits come complete with the accessories needed to quickly convert from fluorescent to LED technology without tedious rewiring or fixture realignment to the ceiling. With two hinged latches to hang the RetroFit from the fixture in an open position, both of the installer’s hands are free to complete installation, making assembly uniquely simple. LED Strip Retrofits further require no paint touch-ups or post-installation work and instantly offer an even surface of illumination as well as the polished look of a new diffuser lens.

Sporting an attractive 100,000-hour life and 10-year warranty, Litetronics’ LED Strip RetroFits feature 0-10 V dimming and are available in 3500 K, 4000 K, and 5000 K versions. Ideal for single or continuous row mounting, they operate in universal 120-277 V settings and are also safe for food service applications. In addition, the RetroFits' edge-to-edge flanged design ensures a clean aesthetic even when two 4’ RetroFits are installed end-to-end in an 8’ fluorescent fixture frame. LED Strip RetroFits are also DLC premium-listed, reflecting their outstanding performance characteristics and eligibility for utility rebates nationwide.

“Our new LED Strip RetroFits represent another way in which Litetronics provides an easy choice for professional lighting users looking to upgrade their fluorescent fixtures to the benefits of LED technology,” said Robert Sorensen, CEO of Litetronics. “Eliminating the costs, maintenance concerns, and disposal issues associated with fluorescent lamps and ballasts, LED Strip RetroFits can reduce energy consumption and costs by 70% compared to existing fluorescent fixtures and offer the utmost in ‘innovation simplified’ for the market’s broad range of applications.”

Litetronics’ new LED Strip Retrofits will be among the many innovative new products on display at the company’s booth (#3687) at ‘Lightfair 2018’ in Chicago from May 8th-May 10th.

To learn more about Litetronics’ innovative LED Volumetric RetroFit® family of products, view the new installation video posted at www.litetronics.com, or contact customer service by e-mail at customerservice@litetronics.com

About Litetronics:

One of the industry’s most trusted sources of practical lighting innovation, Litetronics has been helping commercial, institutional, industrial, and retail businesses and energy professionals realize the benefits of high-performing, energy-saving lighting technology for nearly half a century. The company manufactures and markets a full line of LED retrofit kits, LED high bay fixtures, and a broad line of LED, cold-cathode fluorescent, fluorescent, metal halide, high pressure sodium, halogen, and incandescent lamps.

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