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Barron Lighting’s All-LED Exit Combo Luminaire

Barron Lighting’s All-LED Exit Combo Luminaire

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Barron Lighting Group, the originator of the LED exit sign and brands such as Exitronix, Trace*Lite, IGS and specialtyLED, is excited to launch the newest addition to the Exitronix VEX-WP series is the VEX-WPC. This wet location all-LED exit and emergency combo is an ideal solution for wet applications and extreme cold conditions with the optional internal battery heater.
The long life, energy-saving all-LED exit and emergency combo is engineered to perform in the most extreme environments with such great features as adjustable LED lamp heads with optimal center-to-center spacing, an impact-resistant polycarbonate shield, UV stabilized, impact and corrosion-resistant ABS plastic enclosure with a one-piece, molded weather-proof gasket. The optional internal heater extends the operating temperature range from -4 F to 122 F (-20 C to 50 C). With the other options such as remote capable, wire guard, Guardian Self-Test (G2) and tamper resistant hardware, the VEX-WPC makes a great addition to the VEX-WP family of life safety fixtures.
“Our newest addition to the Exitronix line of life safety luminaires fills a need in the marketplace for a tough, quality, wet and cold location combo at a reasonable price,” says Alan Tracy, owner and president of Barron Lighting Group.
The new VEX-WPC is UL Listed for 90-minute emergency run time with a 24-hour recharge time. The single or double-face sign with high intensity red or green LEDs are a constant and uniform illumination of 6-inch characters with 3/4-inch stroke and come with universal Chevron-style knockouts. The quality continues with brown-out protection, a maintenance-free Nickel-cadmium battery and universal mounting for ceiling, back or end mounting. For more information, IES chart and full spec sheet, go to
About Barron:
Barron Lighting Group manufactures comprehensive lighting solutions in LED, induction, florescent and HID fixtures to handle the most necessary and challenging commercial and industrial applications. Barron designed, engineered and manufactured the first LED exit sign; and in 1984 the company launched the Exitronix brand. The Trace*Lite division followed soon after and enabled Barron to expand its offerings. With the introduction of specialtyLED division came custom and decorative LED lighting for both indoor and outdoor amazement.
Most recently, the Indoor Grow Science division added high-performance lighting for the horticultural industry. Barron’s headquarters is located in Arizona and it has nine distribution warehouses across the U.S. to efficiently supply the lighting demands across the country. For more information and a comprehensive list of products, visit or follow them on Facebook, LinkedIn or Twitter.


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