W.A.C. Lighting redesigns website.
has updated its website. Products and catalogs can be viewed online. An interactive feature allows visitors to interchange QuickConnect elements in certain collections. Specification and how-to instructions are also available. Visit
NEMA Launches Website Explaining Tax Deduction
The Lighting Systems Division of the
Luzifer launches new site
Spanish luminaire manufacturer Luzifer has launched a new website,
Crescent/Stonco Website Improvements
a division of the Genlyte Group, has announced a new website look which includes improved image quality, and online training sessions, downloadable tutorials and product support features. Visit,
New Website for Lighting Professionals
LightingMarketPlace.com is the latest sub-division of Build.com, an online 'one-stop-shop' for home construction and remodeling. The website offers thousands of stand alone or mounted indoor and outdoor lights and has a comprehensive browser design that allows you to search by category.
Bega introduces Gantry
launches the first phase of website redesign
recently launched the first phase of its website redesign, which includes seven new sections and 60+ pages of new content. The second phase will focus on reformating the product pages and developing the career, training and newsroom sections. Visit
Ardee Lighting Launches New Website
has created a new website. It can be accessed at
Crestron 35th Anniversary Product Catalog
35th Anniversary Product Catalog is now available. Rewritten and redesigned to provide more information and easy navigation, it features 424 full-color pages with a parts index, 14 color-keyed sections, detailed system diagrams and product comparison charts. To order, visit the Literature By Mail...
IALD Launches New Website
the iald launched a new website (iald.org) during its th annual iald Education Conference held this October in Alexandria, Virginia. (See 'IALD Conference,' above.) The purpose of the redesign was 'to provide a more efficient, effective, and streamlined website that is easier to navigate,' says...