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CROSSROADS LED, has released the latest generation of its patented and award-winning 120-watt “RT-ES4” LED retrofit luminaire. First released in 2013, the new retrofit luminaire, with increased performance and efficacy for PAR and Ellipsoidal fixtures, has an optical output of over 18,000 lumens and is capable of converting any 575W incandescent fixture to LED technology.
CROSSROADS LED has released the latest generation of its patented and award-winning 130-watt “RT-ES4” LED retrofit luminaire. First released in 2013, the new retrofit luminaire for PAR and Ellipsoidal fixtures has an optical output of over 12,000 lumens and is capable of converting any 575W incandescent fixture to LED technology.
Recognized as a major advance in LED lighting technology for the amusement and entertainment industries, the new Crossroads LED RT-ES4 retrofit luminaire was awarded a coveted Brass Ring Award for Best New Product at the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA) Expo in Orlando, Florida. The award recognizes new products and technologies developed specifically for the industry.
CROSSROADS LED has announced that after a year-long evaluation, involving no less than eight LED lighting products and distribution companies, the City of Tulsa, Oklahoma has selected Crossroads LED to provide their proprietary LED acorn retrofit luminaires for a city-wide project that will convert all acorn style metal halide fixtures to LED technology.
The historic Santa Fe Railyard in New Mexico is an exciting area for shopping, eating and events. The decorative fixtures in this historic area were becoming increasingly dim and troublesome, requiring an expensive and ongoing maintenance cycle.
Rabobank Arena, Theater and Convention Center is a multipurpose facility that is home to concerts and community events in Bakersfield, California. Crossroads LED is an LED engineering and manufacturing company that provides LED lighting solutions to the entertainment, industrial, commercial and architectural lighting markets.
When Pat Sharp started looking for a lighting system that would be energy efficient and practical for a theater, prospects were dim. Sharp, the technical and operations director for Tulsa Performing Arts Center, began his lighting project more than two years ago.
A local company will be installing a line of 20-watt retrofit LED interior/exterior white light kits at Holland Hall preparatory school, saving the private school not only money, but energy.
An 18-month intensive research and development program by Crossroads LED unveils its new DMX FREE™ system developed to control thousands of high output, multi-watt LEDs without the need for cumbersome DMX-style addresses or controls
A little more than a year ago, Buddy Stefanoff was a partner in an LED company that focused on industrial applications - streetlights, post lights, etc. His wife, Dana, was the human resource director for a long-term care facility. The couple decided to resign from their jobs to start a business out of their home in Collinsville.
In an era of misnamed rides, Six Flags Over Texas says they didn’t have to fight to keep the name Texas Giant (albeit inserting “New”). Management feels strongly about Texas ties, and clearly received the support of the corporate powers that be. “We wanted to be sure to project to people that this is a different ride, different look and different feel,” says Martindale, Six Flags Over Texas park president.
Orders for LED lighting products began pouring in to Crossroads LED even before the papers of incorporation were completed in February - and business continues to flourish for the electronic engineering and manufacturing company based just outside of Owasso in Collinsville.
A startup is moving at the speed of light, a pace that leaves the husband and wife co-founders amazed.
The upgrades came at the request of Speedway officials who were looking for more lighting effects for the new Caution Lighting System. This Crossroads LED system was designed to instantly alert the fans down the entire length of the catch fence (2/3 of a mile long) when a caution flag is thrown,” said Dana Stefanoff, President of Crossroads LED. "The software upgrades are a direct result of their request and will add numerous chasing and flashing effects to the existing installation.”
CROSSROADS LED announced today the issuance of their provisional patents by the U.S. Patent and Trade Office covering their high-output LED arrays, raceway Advanced Caution Lighting System, and advanced LED controllers. These products are developed for the entertainment and amusement park industries.
As announced more than one year ago, GE Lighting’s Winchester Lamp Plant in Winchester, Virginia, where a variety of traditional, household types of incandescent light bulbs are manufactured, will officially close on September 24. Due to changing customer preferences, and as energy regulations that establish lighting efficiency standards are implemented in the U.S. and other countries, familiar lighting products that had been made at the Winchester Plant will be phased out.
Texas Motor Speedway will debut a revolutionary caution light system to benefit race fans during this week’s Firestone 550k IZOD IndyCar Series and WinStar World Casino 400k NASCAR Camping World Truck Series races at the 1.5-mile oval.
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