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Current by GE Introduces New Sign Lighting Solution

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Businesses can also now upgrade existing cabinet sign fluorescent sockets with Current’s new Tetra* Stick. With 50 percent less drivers and more lumens, the LED sign collection of 112 SKUs provides brighter signs while saving on energy. The product line boasts reduced installation time with threaded slots and easier handling due to increased stiffness.

Current by GE continues to focus on products that are easy to install, customizable and adaptable in the future.

“We are proud to continue to challenge ourselves to think ahead for our customers and allow them to maximize the potential of their lighting solution,” said Melissa Wesorick, General Manager of LED Products & Technology for Current by GE.  “Efficiency today is far more than energy savings; it’s an exciting paradigm shift.”

To learn more about the new products, visit Current’s websiteor speak to an authorized dealer.

About Current, powered by GE

Current is the digital engine for intelligent environments. A first-of-its-kind startup within the walls of GE (NYSE: GE), Current blends advanced LED technology with networked sensors and software to make commercial buildings, retail stores, industrial facilities and cities more energy efficient & productive. Backed by a broad ecosystem of technology partners, Current is helping businesses and cities unlock hidden value and realize the potential of their environments. www.currentbyge.comwww.currentbyge.com

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