Next Generation Lighting Supply obtains ETL certification for state of the art lighting devices

Dec. 17, 2010
Date Announced: 17 Dec 2010 Salt Lake City, UT - Next Generation Lighting Supply (NGL Supply), a leading provider of solid state LED lighting products for residential, business and commercial applications including signage, today announced it has received ETL certification for the Company's PAR 20 and GU10 LED lamp products. These lamps are primarily used for indoor spot and task lighting.ETL is the fastest growing safety certification mark in North America. Its endorsement enables NGL Supply to offer immediate replacement of energy-hungry incandescent and halogen products with energy efficient, extended life LED technology."The rigorous testing conducted by ETL assures customers that our products meet or exceed standards set for the solid state lighting industry," said Kennie Alton, President and CEO of NGL Supply. "Additionally, the proprietary design of our NGL PAR20 and GU10 bulbs ensures proper esthetics and performance."The new PAR20 and GU10 lamps use sophisticated alternating current (AC) LED technology that eliminates the problems inherent with more traditional, yet less reliable direct current supplies. This approach ensures the long-life LED is the only factor in the lifetime of the bulb.Massoud Shafizadeh of The Coffee Spot is a strong advocate of the new technology. "We have a large installed base of the PAR 20 lamps in many spot light uses and have experienced significantly enhanced performance as well as superior light characteristics." Mr. Alton added that timing is critical for products such as these, as energy saving policy initiatives are on the increase in both the public and private sectors. Bulbs are available now and may be purchased at About NGL SupplyNGL Supply is headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT. The Company offers a broad array of LED-based, Solid State Lighting (SSL) products, and a full range of design and manufacturing capabilities. It also provides many custom designs for industrial complexes and high traffic areas such as airports and municipalities. NGL Supply projects include installations ranging from Salt Lake International Airport to the Latter Day Saints Church.

Kennie Alton


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