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LEDtronics Celebrates 25 Years in LED Business and Looks Forward to the Next 25

(Left to right) LEDtronics President Pervaiz Lodhie, Vice President Almas Lodhie and Adil Gandhi, Vice President and General Manager
LEDtronics, a world-leading supplier of lamps using up-to-date LED technology with a global network of sales representatives, is celebrating 25 years in business. The company first started in 1983 producing lighting for aviation companies from the owner's suburban garage. Since then it has expanded enormously.

LEDtronics has brought to market their innovative, American-engineered designs for small- and large-scale applications. Some patented and patent-in-process items are LED street and security luminaires, globe and décor LED bulbs, cooler running LED flood lamps that replace parabolic-reflector lamps, LED machine-status lamps, automotive and rail transit LED lamps affecting the fields of transportation, tube-style fluorescent-replacement LED lamps, and control devices for dimming LED lights.

Pervaiz Lodhie, the company’s president, noted the company has been a lighting industry leader in developing and manufacturing of LED lamps, clusters and arrays. The last quarter century has seen these milestones:
  1. LED bulbs using common industry-standard bases for the direct replacement of energy wasteful incandescent lamps
  2. Snap-in panel mount lamps that allow easy installation in instrument indicator panels
  3. Chip mounting technology that dissipates heat in tightly spaced LED chip arrays
  4. Multi-chip technology for high-intensity illumination
  5. Lamps capable of surviving high shock and vibration environments
  6. Multicolor, UV and IR discrete LEDs, and complex multi-dimensional arrays of LEDs that can be custom-configured to any lighting or energy-emission design application

Adil Gandhi, Vice President and General Manager, pointed out that the company still designs and partly manufactures its products in the United States, and stays competitive by adopting lean concepts for both manufacturing and nonmanufacturing departments, using cutting-edge technology, encouraging employee ideas, and by focusing on technology and cost-of-ownership rather than compromising product or service quality.

LEDtronics is aware of its ecologically beneficial role in the elimination of harmful elements such as mercury and other metals that are used in more traditional lighting industries. They have focused—in accordance with the RoHS initiative—on eliminating all traces of lead from its manufacturing processes and products. With LED technology capable of reducing the consumption of electricity by up to 90% as compared with conventional lighting, the industry finds itself uniquely suited to meeting the needs of solar, wind and other alternative-power sources.

Mr. Lodhie was excited by the prospect of his company contributing to the Green Revolution so directly and effectively. “We can see great opportunities to conserve our natural resources and reduce energy consumption if we apply our solid-state lighting innovations to better serve home and business markets. With the support and global infrastructure of LEDtronics, we look forward to the next 25 years.”

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