LED lighting series has built-in dimmer switch

Aug 9, 2017 by Triton Staff

Miami-based Lumiron’s new Medison series TRX 100C lighting system contains 18 single-color LEDs with a built-in, finger-touch dimmer. Made from a solid semiconductor, the lights have an expectancy of 50,000 hours. Lumiron works with marine lighting companies, designers and architects, and all its products are manufactured in the United States, according to a company statement. For more information, visit www.lumiron.com.

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