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New LED Technology Offers Bright Future

January 7, 2009

JORDAN, Minn., Jan. 7 /PRNewswire/ — Over the past several years, many
Christmas light displays have gone from static to animated, using LED-based
technology. As the trend continues to shift towards LED lighting, a
Minnesota-based company has launched new LED retrofit bulbs that will give
commercial and recreational users ultimate flexibility in their lighting
displays.

Also known as replacement bulbs, the new LED retrofit “retro” bulbs are
designed to be used with traditional LED stringers and for many secondary
lighting applications.

“These are the light bulbs of the future,” says Travis Fremming, founder
and president of Seasonal Impressions and LEDHolidayLighting.com.

He adds, “We completed an extensive field test this past fall at
commercial and residential locations across the United States and realize this
retrofit technology has multiple applications. In fact, the lights can be
used above and beyond holiday displays in venues such as casinos, stadiums,
theme parks and everything in between.”

The new retrofit bulbs take LED technology a step further and have the
ability to dim anywhere from 0% to 100%, allowing users to create animated
displays using lighting control products.

“We are very excited about this new retro LED technology,” notes Dan
Baldwin
, president of New York-based Light-O-Rama.

“This is the first screw-in LED replacement we have encountered that will
support all computerized lighting effects. We are extremely pleased to see a
product that allows our customers to fully and transparently incorporate
retrofit LEDs into their projects,” he adds.

Widely known for being environmentally friendly, LED lights are favored by
many commercial businesses and lighting enthusiasts because of their ability
to cut electric bills by up to 90% compared to incandescent or fluorescent
lights. Additionally, LEDs don’t contain harmful toxins that can be found in
other types of bulbs.

Seasonal Impressions is expecting brisk demand for its new retrofit bulbs
in the coming year and expects the technology to further evolve.

“We’ve only scratched the surface on this technology,” says Fremming. “We
expect great thing to come from these retrofit bulbs and we also foresee a
shift towards other types of LED technology such as solar powered displays.
The possibilities are really limitless.”

The bulbs are available in a variety of popular sizes and colors,
including traditional C7 and C9. For more information, visit
http://www.ledholidaylighting.com or call 952-292-4870.


    For a detailed video demonstration, visit
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uz9QiShcGjw .

SOURCE Seasonal Impressions


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