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I'm sending a notice to all that I'm going to be trimming down on our testing and purging a lot of LED products that are either out dated or the manufacturers are no longer vendors here.

Currently we have just too many and a lot are out dated and some of those companies have downsized or pretty much non-existent, or I just no no desire to pursue them since their either not widely used or advertised as much as they used to be.

I'm going to keep the mainstream guys because well, that's who a lot liek to watch and observe to see if their products last as long as they claim in the full sized magazine page ads say it does, like GE, USLED, Agilight, Sloan, and probably Sylvania / Osram. All others unless their vendors from this site I'll be tossing those out, I may keep some smaller vendors around but I'll pay that by ear.

Anyone know if Permlight is still around? Haven't seen them at a show for awhile now and not sure if they even advertise in magazine anymore.

So, if you're not one of the named above, shoot me over a message if you still want to stay on board, otherwise the "Purge" is coming to make room for others in the following tests

The Great White Hope II

Project Tighty Whitey

The Red Light District

Blue Light Special

Nothing will be changing for Border Security, maybe just drop one or two.

Thanks!

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You have done a great job with this test. I see many differnt types come through from majors. Sloan and GE seem to hold the market share. Starting to see a tom of box signs coming in with this as well. Osram mainly.

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I'll be taking a one last evaluation and pic and close out quite a few compartment and make room for more. The following will be pruned out from the testing

The Great White Hope II (White 6500K 1 watt+ modules)

International Light

Project Tighty Whitey (White 6500K .85 watt and below)

CAO Luxembright Economy

AA LED Eco White

Ventex Venbrite w100

CAO Blazzer

Ventex Slim

International Light

Hylite

Red Light District (Any watt Red)

Permilight Twister Ruby Red

Ventex Venbrites

CAO

YYZ Easy Stroke

AA LED

International Light

Border Security (Any watt Blue)

LED Neon Flex Standard Blue

Blue Light Special (Any Watt Blue)

none

I'm looking for suggestions to adding in more LEDs, so feel free to mention some you use or are curious about. I will be adding in Principal LEDs, Street Fighter and Fusion, and possible Grimco's Hanley LED


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