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CINCINNATI, April 4, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
LSI Industries Inc. (Nasdaq:LYTS) announced today the introduction of the
Sterling™ (XSB) LED area light. "With this introduction, LSI Industries has taken LED area lighting performance to a whole new level," commented Scott D. Ready, President. Featuring LSI's proprietary
Zonal Optics in an attractive one-piece die-cast housing, the
Sterling's LED optical assemblies and distribution patterns provide tremendous flexibility in area lighting options. These patented, angled LED optical assemblies are purposely positioned to deliver light with precision control for greater uniformity and increased distance between pole assemblies. As a result, fewer light assemblies are required, translating into lower energy and installation costs with a faster payback.
Sterling is available with optional LSI Virticus integrated wireless control and information systems. The luminaire, complete with controls, is designed and manufactured in LSI's US facilities. The Sterling's proper balance of efficacy, distribution efficiency and high lumen output allows for the delivery of superior lighting.
Mr. Ready continued, "After a year and a half of development we are excited to introduce to the market a revolutionary new patented platform for LED lighting that will become a basis for future product innovation."
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