Engineered Products Company’s (EPCO) Motion Sensing LED Closet Luminaire was featured on the TV Series Ask This Old House: Season 15, Episode 3 as a simple solution to upgrade small spaces to sustainable, energy efficient LED lighting. Our Energy Star Rated Motion Sensing LED Closet Luminaire provides more lumens per watt and includes a three-way operating mode…READ MORE
Engineered Products Company’s (EPCO) TIGER 60 and 100-Watt Temporary LED Luminaire are a highly useful, low cost, energy efficient lighting solution for construction, renovation, transient high bay and low bay applications, and short-term maintenance tasks.
If you’re not purchasing directly from an Electrical Distributor, you could be missing out on some advantages. As a supplier of electrical specialty lighting products to the electrical industry for over 40 years, Engineered Products Company understands the value of doing business with an Electrical Distributor. Three Reasons To Buy From Your Electrical Distributor 1….READ MORE
EPCO’s LED Closet Luminaire provides Significant Energy Savings and is a reliable and sustainable LED Lighting solution for small areas!
In a perfect world, all electrical connections for landscape lighting luminaires would be performed correctly. Splices would always be tight and circuits would always be properly grounded and free of potential shock hazard. But in reality, the quality of outdoor electrical installation varies among electricians and accidents do occur. While it is not feasible to…READ MORE
EPCO’s most important Product doesn’t come in a Box!
LM-79 testing captures performance characteristics of EPCO’s solid-state LED luminaires. This testing provides a snapshot of our LED luminaires performance under specified operating conditions typically referred to as initial measurements. However LM-79 testing does not address or include lifetime luminaire ratings, changing performance over time (e.g., lumen maintenance), or EPCO’s luminaire housing temperature. The LM-79…READ MORE
The Illuminating Engineers Society (IES) uses luminaire. The United States Congress uses fixture. And it’s not uncommon to hear someone use lamp when pointing out a source of light. But which term is correct when referencing a lighting unit? While both identifiers are technically correct, luminaire is actually the proper technical term. The IES Lighting…READ MORE