Products, Materials & Tools | Jul 15, 2010

WAC Lighting Introduces LEDme™ Quick Connect™ Socket Sets to Integrate SSL Technology into Popular Glass Pendants

Transforming more than 40 popular glass pendants into energy efficient fixtures, WAC Lighting unveils LEDme™ Quick Connect Socket Sets utilizing the latest LED technology. WAC Lighting is a cutting edge "Responsible" manufacturer and designer of track, recessed, undercabinet, monorail and decorative lighting for the home or business environment.

New LEDme™ Quick Connect Socket Sets transform art glass pendant designs from its 500 Series into LED fixtures. Some of the many popular designs include: Fiore, Komal, Brulee, Sarah and Hani, as well as the new pendants-- Micha and Rhea. Utilizing the socket sets, Quick Connect™ pendants can be mounted to WAC Lighting's SOLORAIL (single circuit low voltage monorail system), DUORAIL™ (two circuit low voltage rail system), or surface mounted with a canopy.

Quick Connect™ pendants, using the LEDme™ Socket Sets, can be dimmed with an Electronic Low Voltage dimmer from 100% to 15% or better.

For optimal performance and color consistency, WAC uses ANSI (American National Standards Institute) Compliant Warm and Neutral LED Bins from leading LED suppliers. Each LED saves energy, relamping costs and maintenance, while offering a 30,000-hour potential life. Each socket set uses five watts and delivers a light output of 230 lumens, with a color temperature of 3500K.

The LEDme™ Socket Set includes a canopy and 72 inches of braided wire.
It is offered with WAC's five-year product warranty.

About WAC Lighting:
WAC Lighting has developed a stellar reputation for high quality decorative and task lighting lines backed by an extraordinary level of service, an unprecedented shipping record, and a Five Year Product Warranty. To reflect Green energy saving strategies, social progress and community involvement, WAC uses the tagline “Responsible Lighting." Leading the sustainability charge, the firm employs responsible manufacturing practices and energy saving technology in the family owned, ISO 9001-certified manufacturing campus with in-house UL approved testing labs and zero landfill status.
WAC employs stringent sourcing, water recycling, lead-free and zero-landfill capabilities in its wholly owned, Clean ISO 9001-certified manufacturing campus with in-house U.L. certified test labs. Sustainable CFL and LED lighting products have been added to the extensive line with the most energy efficient technology available.

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