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AXIOM LED & The Sign Syndicate THE GAME CHANGING HIGH BRIGHTNESS WHITE LED So I all owed you another major announcement and here it is if you can't already tell from the topic title. Yep...The Sign Syndicate is now stocking and distributing the high brightness American Made Axiom AXLE9-XB LED modules at $2.00 per module or $4.00 per foot with Nichia of Japan diodes along with their military grade power supplies that we have been selling for some time now. For those that don't know or are new to the site, The Sign Syndicate has been running the only public Neon & LED comparison tests since 2008 starting with The Great White Hope. We've been testing just about every Neon & LED Lamp that's out on the market throughout our various tests. The Axiom LED was just about the winner when it came to the high powered LEDs, they were side by side with the GE Tetra PowerMax. What put Axiom at the the top was price, it was about 1/5th the price and ended up being slightly brighter by a few foot candles after 36,000 hours (12 sign years at 8 hrs a day) of operation and they were just a shy in brightness that of the Tri-Phosphor Neon Lamps. That was the class of 2008..... Now we have the Great White Hope II which started at the beginning of this year, and Axiom just got better being added in this month September 2014. We now have a light source that is just a hair under the brightness of a 13mm EGL DL65 Tri-Phosphor Neon Lamp running at 60ma. The Axiom AXLE9-XB is a very good alternative/option to Tri-Phosphor Neon & Fluorescent lamps for large channel letters and sign cabinets. I'll refuse to use the "Replacement" word in talking about any one lighting source over another because it all varies according to the intended use and application along with environmental conditions. And, it simply would not be true. The wow factor to the Axiom LED module is.....and I'll demonstrate at a later time with pics and videos because this is just an announcement is that you can a two for one LED module with the Axiom AXLE9-XB LED. You can use the module with or in a 12 volt system/power supply under driving it and use it as a .5 watt module, and you just about have the brightest module in Project Tighty Whitey, and the highest Foot Candle per Watt. Or... You can use run it on a 14.7 volt system and really using it as intended and where it's driving the Nichia of Japan LEDs at optimum with the Axiom PS6012 Power Supplies which are manually adjustable from 10.5 volts to 15 volts and now use it as a 1.6 High Brightness LED as used in the Great White Hope II. Axiom PS6012 60Watt Power Supply GWH II Test Comparison - Axiom AXLE9-XB (channel located on top) Now....some may ask why did we jump into LED sales? The answer is simple. 1st....I love to sell products that I believe in, and have used in my own sign applications in the past, and have tested for myself. truth be told and the reason for the delay in announcing this is because I ACTUALLY tried to jump into "Light Source" sales (plural) and I wanted to balance ourselves out by stocking Neon AND LEDs. Unfortunately, none of the Neon Manufacturers wanted to ford us the opportunity to stock them. They were all quite comfortable having only relationships with their longtime distributors who don't even promote their products anymore. Well....that's their call and their business, I'm not going to pull teeth.....I can't say I'm not disappointed, but be that as it may I'm EXCITED to distribute Axiom because I know and believe it's a Kick-Ass "Bunker Busting" product that works, and "Awes". Our door will always be open to any Neon glass manufacturer who would like us to be one of their proud distributors. I know we would do a very good job with them and their products because this industry is my passion. Alright...enough about the "why's". I'll be posting soon some upcoming pics and video's about what makes the Axiom LED system so great to use in your sign applications that can call out for it's use, and how it can help you achieve those mind blowing results that your customers will call you back to do another job or assist in the "word of mouth" referrals. For the Product specs visit the cart link here You can Visit / place orders over our online Shopping Cart or place them with us by phone / email at (858) 880-1400 - email@example.com
Orlando, FL - International Sign Association (ISA) Show Only $1.25 Each - Now Available in North America AxiomLED has announced that it has begun volume shipments in North America for its AXLE9-SW65 white LED for signage and channel letter applications. 'The AXLE9-SW65 is the brightest and the lowest cost per linear foot system in the world,' stated Manuel Lynch, CEO of AxiomLED. 'We have had massive adoption of this product in places around the world doing major brand conversions and we are now bringing this product to North America.' The AXLE9-SW65 sells for $1.25 each and is over 100 lumen each, 20-40% brighter than other 'Value' products offered by manufacturers of LED lighting systems for the sign industry. The AXLE9-SW65 uses Nichia of Japan patented white LED technology and boasts an 80,000 hour lifetime. The AXLE9-SW65 features innovative interconnect technology that allows sign fabricators to use as few as one part to as many as fifty (50) parts per power supply. The AxiomLED PS60HS12 ruggedized weather proof power supply is only $25.00 in low volume and under $20.00 in high volume. 'Not only are we bringing the North American market the lowest cost and highest value LED line but we are also showing customers why our power supplies are used by major companies around the world,' commented Lynch. 'We have several hundred of this power supply used on the signature globe that sits on top of the Revel Casino in Atlantic City that is about to open. The AXLE9-SW65 is covered by a standard 5 year warranty. Sign companies can purchase this product online directly from AxiomLED at: http://store.axiomled.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=AXLE9-SW65 See examples of AxiomLED installations around the world: http://www.axiomled.com/AxiomLED/Examples/Archive.html