Renaissance Lighting to Feature its Solid-State LED Technology at IIDEX/NeoCon Canada

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Renaissance Lighting will demonstrate its patented solid-state LED downlight technology Sept. 25-26 at Booth L231 during the IIDEX/NeoCon Canada Exposition and Conference at Toronto's Direct Energy Centre.

Our customers will discover that Renaissance Lighting's value makes the decision to use our solid-state products an easier one, especially when considering the total cost of ownership.

Renaissance Lighting, a pioneering innovator of solid-state LED architectural lighting, will demonstrate its patented solid-state LED downlight technology Sept. 25-26 during the IIDEX/NeoCon Canada Exposition and Conference at Toronto's Direct Energy Centre. Renaissance Lighting, with its formidable portfolio of unique solid-state LED white and RGB downlighting, will be co-located with SGi Lighting Inc. at Booth L231.

IIDEX/NeoCon Canada in partnership with the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), plans to display the latest in interior, exterior, commercial and architectural lighting products and lighting controls during the two-day exposition. In addition, plans for the show also call for showcasing major advances in sustainable lighting, LED technology, new materials and developments in lighting design.

"Our goal is to be the solid-state downlight of choice whenever and wherever architects, specifiers and lighting designers are determined to deploy the best available downlighting solution," said Renaissance Lighting CEO, Barry Weinbaum. "Our solid-state lighting systems support sustainable design while allowing precise control over color and intensity, taking full advantage of what LEDs can do for lighting in today's dynamic environments."

Toronto-based SGi Lighting, one of Renaissance Lighting's principal representatives in Canada, is featuring the Renaissance Lighting product line during the exposition. Visitors to the exhibit booth will be able to hear first-hand from the company about its many innovative deployments. All of Renaissance Lighting's products are noted for their extremely long and essentially maintenance-free lives, utilizing green technology to make them environmentally friendly.

"Our fixtures are brighter than ever before, yet require less energy to operate, whether it's one of our RGB downlights which are capable of 16 ½ million colors, or our 3000k or 4100k white LED products. We believe that industry specifiers will design our fixtures into general illumination applications that solid-state lighting dared not previously address," Weinbaum said. "Our customers will discover that Renaissance Lighting's value makes the decision to use our solid-state products an easier one, especially when considering the total cost of ownership."

About Renaissance Lighting:
Renaissance Lighting, headquartered in Herndon, VA, USA, produces highly creative lighting products delivering exceptional appearance, superior efficiency, and glare-free illumination for all architectural applications. The company's innovative approach to product engineering and design is supported by 27 patents including its optical and feedback control technologies.

About SGi Lighting Inc:
Toronto-based SGi Lighting Inc., http://www.sgilighting.com, a division of SGi Technology Group Ltd., is a privately held Canadian corporation with sales presence in all major Canadian cities. SGi Lighting Inc. executives have more than 20 years of cross-border business operations, expertise in technology and training in electrical engineering, and lighting and interior design -- all of which form the foundation for a unique specialization in the design, specification, consultation, sales and marketing of innovative lighting products using solid-state lighting. These products are targeted as a replacement for the traditional lighting used in commercial and residential applications for general illumination, accent lighting and signage. SGI Lighting Inc works closely with its clients to accelerate the adoption of solid-state lighting products by deploying LED lighting into practical real-world applications.

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