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      "NOT made in CHINA!!!"
       
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    • By Erik Sine
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    • By Erik Sine
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      Why leave money on the table choosing someone else and why not have a more satisfied client using NC LED?
       
      NC LEDs come in both forms, Constant Current "Reckless" as well as Constant Voltage "Eco"(ECO Series), we will be concentrating on the Constant Current versions of these LEDs
       
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      • 5 Year, 50,000 Hour Warranty
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      Specification Cut Sheets (Updated 4/25/16)
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      So....we now stock the Union Elecom Class II, Listed, 60 watt and 120 watt (Dual channel) LED Power Supplies.  These LED Power Supplies are IP68, and  fitted with 1/2" nipples so you can simply hook up the primary with a junction box that has 1/2" thread knock-outs so you don't need a Transformer Box to house your power supply for remote installs.
       
      Again, why Union Elecom if you're not familiar with the name or company?  
       
      First, their Korean, that means high quality standards.  This is what they do, this is what they do best....they make power supplies.....solely!   Unlike some other companies who offer power supplies but it's not their primary focus, they really make LEDs or other products as their primary.  They just "offer" a power supply to go with their LED's.  THAT can be bad and as we all know, we've seen plenty of failure on the field whr we have to come back and replace over and over again!  
       
      UNION ELECOM LED POWER SUPPLY 

       
       
      Members can purchase these LEDs by phone (858) 880-1400, emailing us orders@thesignsyndicate.com or use our online Shopping Cart LINK
       
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