LED Waves Debuts 2 Foot LED T8 Tube Light Made in the USA

May 4, 2012

A small Brooklyn-based lighting business adds a 2 foot LED T8 tube light to their line of products designed and built in the USA.

Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) May 04, 2012

LED Waves is proud to roll out the 2-foot long Genesys 2.0 LED T8 Tube Light- a fluorescent replacement engineered and built in the USA. This plug-and-play retrofit is a highly anticipated addition to the company´s line of 4-foot lamps. Longer lasting and more durable than a fluorescent tube, the 2´ Genesys LED T8 is a great low maintenance lighting solution for facility managers and homeowners alike.

The 2´ Genesys LED T8 tube is built with Cree MX-6 LEDs. These chips were specified based on superior color rendering, uniform light distribution, and all-around dependability. Proven reliable in thermal shock and corrosion tests, the MX-6 was the clear choice for LED Waves´ fluorescent replacements, as these lights appear in such a wide range of environments.

LED Waves carries the Genesys LED T8 Tube Lights in warm (~3000K) and neutral (~4000K) white. Cool white (~5000K) is available by special order. Wired for 100-277 universal voltage, these LED retrofits are an easy replacement for lighting systems in the home or workplace. Installation simply requires bypassing or removing the existing fixture´s fluorescent ballast.

Free samples of the Genesys 2-foot and 4-foot LED T8 Tube Lights are available to lighting specifiers across the USA. Call LED Waves at 1(800)986-0169 to find a regional sales representative.

The 2-foot Genesys 2.0 LED T8 Tube Light is an exciting addition to LED Waves’ growing line of exclusive products made in the USA. The line includes an LED recessed down light fixture, as well as PAR-20, PAR-30, and PAR-38 LED light bulbs. Looking ahead, the company plans to offer at least one American-made option to fulfill every residential and commercial LED lighting application.

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