Litetronics Introduces Expanded Line of High-Performing TLEDs

Litetronics Introduces Expanded Line of High-Performing TLEDs


Litetronics International, Inc. proudly announces a range of enhancements to its popular family of ‘TLEDs,’ a high-performing line of LED replacements for linear fluorescent lamps.  Specifically, Litetronics’ enhanced and expanded line of TLEDs deliver greater lumen-per-watt efficacy to a broader range of lighting applications than ever before.

Litetronics’ enhanced new line of TLEDs include LED replacements in three categories – T8 and T5 ballast-compatible products, both single- and double-ended T8 ballast bypass products, and T5 ballast-compatible products.  The company’s T8 ballast-compatible products feature 2-, 3-, and 4-foot LED lamps, while T8 ballast bypass products are offered in 2- and 4-foot single-ended versions as well as 4-foot double-ended versions.  The company’s new T5 ballast-compatible products are available in the most popular 4-foot versions only.  All of these new products deliver a powerful 122-140 lumens per watt, ensuring users of an outstanding degree of brightness and energy efficiency.

Available in 3500K, 4000K, and 5000K color temperatures, all of Litetronics’ new TLEDs feature a long 50,000-hour life and incorporate thermal fuse protection for added safety.

“Litetronics’ enhanced and expanded family of TLED solutions offer professional lighting users a cost-efficient, safe, and long-life LED alternative to fluorescent lighting and are great for upgrading fluorescent T8 and T5 technology,” said Robert Sorensen, CEO of Litetronics.  “Our TLEDs are also a perfect complement to our family of LED RetroFit kits, with customers often using our RetroFit kits for the majority of applications and our TLED lamps for niche applications or areas where they’re unable to upgrade to one of our RetroFit kits.”

To learn more about Litetronics’ innovative new LED RetroFit® family of products or range of other advanced-design, energy-saving lighting solutions, visit:

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