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Barron Lighting Group Expands LED Louvered Bollard Offering


8/15/2016

Barron Lighting Group, the originator of the LED exit sign and brands such as Exitronix, Trace*Lite, specialtyLED and Indoor Grow Science, introduces the new TLED-ELB LED louvered bollard to its family of commercial lighting bollards.

The TLED-ELB traditional louvered bollard utilizes long-life LED technology to deliver uniform illumination, superior spacing and low glare due to its highly engineered optical design. The TLED-ELB comes standard with many upgraded features. The bollard is constructed of durable extruded aluminum housing with a UV resistant powder coat finish to protect against the elements. It comes standard with 10kV surge protector and is secured with tamper-proof hardware. The LED engine is designed to deliver almost 1,000 lumens. This bollard is built to last, UL listed for wet applications and is also offered in a specially engineered High Abuse configuration built with a reinforced internal structure to withstand maximum abuse.

The TLED-ELB bollards are perfect for applications which include lighting pedestrian walkways, retail entryways, as well as lighting sidewalks around schools, medical complexes, retail entrances, park/ recreational paths, office buildings, and multi-family properties.

"The key driver of this product development was in response to our customer’s requests for a traditional looking louvered bollard with all the advanced technologies, features and energy saving attributes all as standard features, as well as, easy installation and maintenance capabilities," 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.

 

 


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