NEW series of LED Canopy Lights!

LEDtronics introduces its ALL NEW
DLC-Listed LED Canopy Lights

LEDtronics DLC-Listed LED Canopy Lights!

LEDtronics announces its NEW line of DLC-Listed LED Canopy Lights! They have a low profile and are perfect for any canopy application!
The fixtures only consume 60 to 130 watts, replacing HID lights of 200 up to 400 watts!

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  • DLC Listed
  • 5 Year LEDtronics U.S. Warranty
  • IP65 Rated: Suitable for Damp Locations
  • Drop Lens option available
  • Energy Savings of up to 75%
  • Wide Voltage Range: 100~277VAC
  • Solid State: Shock, Vibration & Impact Resistant
  • Other Color Temperatures & Voltages available


  • Gas Stations
  • Manufacturing, Factory Floors
  • Warehouses, Loading Docks
  • Parking Structures
  • Recreation Areas
  • Tunnels, Canopies
  • Entrances, Doorways
  • Walkways, Underpasses

Call us at (800) 579-4875 / (310) 534-1505 or Email us at

Mark Jarel (Ext 141), Elroy Tolbert (Ext 129)

LEDtronics DLC-Listed LED High Bay Fixtures

LEDtronics DLC-Listed LED High Bay Fixtures are a Perfect Solution for any Bay Lighting Application!

LEDtronics HBL003DL

LEDtronics® announces our brand new DLC-Listed LED High Bay Fixtures! They’re on the DLC list of approved products, making them eligible for rebates! If you’re looking for a classic High Bay look with the energy savings of LED, look no further!

LEDtronics HBL003DL series come in a Wide Beam and a Medium Beam! The High Bays come in a range of wattages that only consume 100 to 300 watts, but replace HID lights of 250 all the way up to 1000 watts! The Wide Beam comes in 120, 150 and 200 watts, while the Medium Beam comes in 100, 240, and 300 watts. The lumen output of this LED High Bay series ranges from 9,061 lm all the way up to 23,587 lm!

These DLC-Listed LED High Bay Fixtures are ideal for such applications as Factory Floors, Warehouses, Big-Box Stores, Supermarkets, Shopping Malls, Convention Centers, Parking Garages, Gymnasiums, Indoor Arenas, Libraries and many more!

These DLC-Listed LED High Bay Fixtures have…

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Laundromat Thin Panel Lighting


Check out our sleek, modern DLC-Listed LED Thin Panel Lights in this laundromat application located in Altadena, California!

DLC-Listed LED Thin Panel Lights:

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Contact us!
(800) 579-4875


Light Fair International

LFI LEDtronics

About LFI

The new language of light and technology is here: LIGHTFAIR International 2016 in San Diego, California from April 26 – 28.  Where light, technology and design converge to reveal new solutions, new knowledge and new discoveries. All in the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference.

LFI Highlights

LFI hosts’s a global stage for innovation on the trade show floor with product specific manufacturers. LFI is also presenting the LFI Innovation Awards ® which honors the industry’s newest product designs. Networking & special events that bring together lighting industry professionals which include courses on retrofitting buildings, managing LED costs, and more.

LEDtronics at LFI

LEDtronics is going to be at LFI 2016, booth #1555. You have the opportunity to be personally meet us face to face and discover our new innovations. For those who may not be able to make it out to San Diego, LEDtronics will be live tweeting the event at


Frequent Switching

When it comes to Frequent Switching (or frequently turning a light on/off), LEDs come out on top yet again. It’s just another advantage LEDs have over Filament-type Incandescent bulbs.

Filament Bulb High Failure Rate

Filament bulbs often fail due to frequent switching. This is because the filament stretches when the light is on and shrinks when the light is off. This stresses the filament, and sometimes with frequent switching, it all happens too fast for the filament to recover. It then crystallizes and breaks.

LEDs and Frequent Switching

LEDs have no filament. LEDs instead have a Solid State chip. You can turn it on and off a million times without hurting the chip, as long as there are no voltage or current spikes. That means you’ll never have to worry about frequent switching resulting in a complete bulb failure, which would cost you time and money to replace!

DLC-Listed LED High Bay Lights!

LEDtronics introduces our NEW
DLC-Listed LED High Bay Lights

LEDtronics DLC-Listed LED High Bay Lights!

LEDtronics’ NEW DLC-Listed LED High Bay Lights come in a MEDIUM or WIDE beam! They only consume 100 to 300 watts, but replace HID lights of 250 all the way up to 1000 watts! The units are IP-65 Rated, and come with a 5-Year LEDtronics U.S. Factory Warranty!

Direct Weblink: DLC-Listed LED High Bay Lights


  • DLC & UL/cUL Listed (E356779), RoHS Compliant
  • 5-Year LEDtronics U.S. Factory Warranty
  • Energy Savings up to 70%
  • Only 100W – 300W to replace HID 250W – 1000W
  • IP65 Rated: Suitable for Wet Locations
  • Instant-On Light: No Delay in Re-Strike
  • 5000K Pure White – Other CCTs Available
  • Lumen Maintenance over 70% @ 35,000+ Hours
  • Solid State, High-Shock Resistant


  • Factory Floors / Warehouses
  • Big-Box Stores / Supermarkets
  • Shopping Malls
  • Convention Centers
  • Parking Garages
  • Gymnasiums
  • Indoor Arenas
  • Libraries

Call us at (800) 579-4875 / (310) 534-1505 or Email us at

Greg Krymer (Ext 168), Mark Jarel (Ext 141)

Lumens versus Candela

Lumens and Candela: A lot of people get the two mixed up. That’s very understandable, as their definition and application can be very confusing! Well, we’re here to clear things up in some general, non-technical terms for everyone!

Lumens (lm)

Lumens is the total amount or volume of light. Lumens can only be measured accurately when equal amount of light is spread 360 degrees around the lighting source.

Candela (cd)

Candela is the intensity or “punch” of that light in a particular given direction.

Example Scenario

Take a 60 watt A19 incandescent or filament bulb. It produces about 800 lumens (lm), but the pressure or intensity of light in any given direction is 75 candela (cd) at one foot (or 75 “foot-candle”).

If all of the 800 lm are focused into a medium beam in one direction, then the candela goes up three to four times as much!


A table lamp with a shade is a good use of a lumen-producing bulb.

A directional reading lamp is a good use of a candela-producing bulb.

LED Solar Lantern philanthropic initiative

Since 2003, the philanthropic initiative Pehli Kiran or “First Ray of Light” has continued to achieve founder Pervaiz Lodhie’s goal to bring the poorest people of Pakistan opportunities for socio‐economic development. The key element is the gifting and maintenance of solar LED lighting systems through the guidance and management of LEDtronics’ affiliated company, Shaan Technologies located in Karachi, Pakistan.

Freedom from Darkness — The sunlight fades as early as 6 p.m, leaving the villagers in complete darkness. With solar lantern lighting, they have about an additional five hours of light to add to each day.

Freedom from Illiteracy — More hours of light means more hours for children to study and get a better education, which is crucial to improving their social‐economic future.

Freedom from Poverty — With solar LED lanterns, the villagers no longer have to pay for expensive kerosene lanterns. Also, with more hours of light, the men and women have additional hours to work, which means more income for each household.

Freedom from Hunger — More income means more money to better feed each member of the family; a daily concern for villagers.

Freedom from Disease — Kerosene lanterns give off toxic and dangerous fumes; solar

LED lanterns do not. LED lanterns also provide extra visibility, which helps against nighttime hazards.

This initiative can easily reach beyond the borders of Pakistan and bring socio‐economic opportunity to the poor in rural areas of the Middle East, Asia, Africa, Central America, etc. It can also go beyond simple solar‐charged LED lanterns to larger scale solar lighting systems utilizing the same principles that have been so successfully followed in these projects.

As of 2013, the solar-powered LED lanterns (approximately $2.33 each) have helped over 1,450 impoverished families save a total of about $10,000.00 immediately from switching to solar-charged light, and increase yearly income by an expected $454,000.00 with a total expected increase of over $2.2 million (based on a five-year or more life expectancy of the LEDs).


LEDtronics proudly introduces its
DLC-Listed High Mast Flood Lights

LEDtronics DLC-Listed LED High Mast Flood Lights!

LEDtronics’ NEW DLC-Listed LED High Mast Flood Lights are THE BRIGHTEST LIGHTS in our over THREE DECADE HISTORY!
They only consume 300 to 900 watts, but replace HID lights of 1000 all the way up to 2000 watts! Lumen output ranges from 33,000 all the way up to 99,000 lm!

Direct Weblink: LED High Mast Flood Lights


  • DLC and ETL-listed
  • Slim, Modern design
  • 5 Year LEDtronics U.S. Warranty
  • Only 300W – 900W to replace HID 1000W – 2000W
  • Extra Lightweight & Easy to Install
  • IP65 Rated – Suitable for Wet Locations
  • Available Options: 200~480VAC Input Voltage,
    Other Beam Angles, T-Bracket Mounting
  • Solid State: Shock, Vibration & Impact Resistant
  • Other Light Colors & Housing Color Finishes Available


  • Stadiums, Arenas
  • Tennis Courts & Golf Courses
  • Playgrounds, Fields
  • Billboards
  • Building Wall Wash
  • Pole-Mounted Outdoor Area Lighting
  • Industrial Plants
  • Construction Sites
  • Up/Down Spotlighting
  • Wharfs, Plazas, Airports

Call us at (800) 579-4875 / (310) 534-1505 or Email us at

Mark Jarel (Ext 141), Elroy Tolbert (Ext 129)

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