Keystone Technologies Introduces Performance Series PAR Lamps

Sept. 30, 2019

Philadelphia, PA — Keystone Technologies, a leading manufacturer of quality driven lighting solutions for over 70 years, introduces Performance Series PAR Lamps. These lamps are ideal for retrofit and new construction applications, replacing high powered halogen lamps. Performance Series PAR Lamps are designed for use in commercial applications with universal input voltage (120-227V).

“I’m excited to announce Keystone is expanding our already large line of commercial LED replacement lamps to include PAR38 Lamps,” said Evan Smith, Director of Product Development. “These lamps offer better matched aesthetics to legacy lamps when compared to LED corn cobs, while providing similar high levels of performance and certifications.” Ideal for use in retail, corridor, track, and spot lighting applications, Performance Series PAR Lamps use precision lens construction to produce accurate 25° or 40° beam angles.

Performance Series PAR Lamps offer up to 114 lm/W for optimal energy savings and are available in lumen outputs up to 2100 lm. These lamps have a 50,000 hour lifetime for maintenance and replacement savings. Available in 3000-5000K color temperature options.

About Keystone Technologies:

Since 1945, Keystone has manufactured quality-driven lighting solutions for the industry’s leading lighting fixture manufacturers and wholesale distributors. Keystone offers a full catalog of lighting products including a comprehensive line of LED Tubes and Lamps; LED Fixtures; LED Retrofit Kits; Emergency LED Systems; Fluorescent, HID and UV Ballast Kits; Transformers; Sensors. Keystone operates fulfillment centers in Atlanta, Boston, Charlotte, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Louisville, Memphis, Minneapolis, Nashville, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Portland, San Francisco, and Syracuse. For more information, visit


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