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Barron Lighting New Patent Announcement

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Glendale, AZ – July 23, 2020Barron Lighting Group, the parent company of GROWLITE is pleased to announce that it has been successful in its application for a new patent in respect to providing an industry-first level of personal safety when engaging double-ended lamps into horticultural lighting fixtures.

The granting of U.S. Patent No. 10,720,741 (“Double-Ended Lamp Socket System And Method Of Use”) specifically covers a socket and lamp rotation technique to eliminate the risks of shock, electrical arcing and fire hazards during lamp installation and engagement of AC power. This new system will be marketed under the “safeDElock” product name.

Alan Tracy, President of Barron Lighting Group, commented, “The award of this patent reinforces our strength and our technological advancements in our overall mission to provide the safest, highest quality lighting fixtures and systems available. This market segment is moving quickly and was in dire need of a safe and reliable means to protect people from injury and provide building owners the peace of mind that both their staff and facilities are no longer at risk.”

For further information, please visit: https://growlite.com/archon-de/

 


About Barron Lighting Group

Barron Lighting Group, based out of Glendale, Arizona, manufactures a comprehensive line of lighting fixtures and solutions for commercial and industrial applications and is the parent company to four brands: Exitronix life-safety and emergency lighting, Trace-Lite indoor and outdoor commercial and industrial lighting, specialtyLED commercial and decorative lighting, and Growlite indoor and greenhouse horticultural lighting.

For more information, visit barronltg.com.

Media Contact
Megan Zelko | Marketing Communications Manager
Barron Lighting Group
(623) 282-9911
megan.zelko@barronltg.com

 

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