AgiLight® Launches the SignRayz® ULTRA Series

Product-Leading Series for LED Signage Lighting Designed with Customers in Mind

San Antonio, TX - AgiLight, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of General LED Opco, LLC, announces the launch of the SignRayz ULTRA Series, designed with its customers’ LED signage needs in mind. The ULTRA Series revolutionizes the LED signage lighting market with an industry-leading shallow depth starting at 1.2” and as deep as 8” (30mm-200mm).

The ULTRA Series provides signage solutions from ultra-shallow to deep box signs, and from narrow to wide channel letters. It’s industry-leading LED/ft² coverage evenly illuminates signs with fewer LED modules, making it easier and faster for sign makers to install.

“We are very excited to have this amazing series of products in the market,” said AgiLight’s Chief Technology Officer Rebecca Bompiedi. “The innovative designs and optics technologies our team developed ensures our customers have the best products for their brands. We’ve truly achieved the superior performance we sought to deliver for our customers.”

The product line has additional features that help benefit AgiLight’s customers. “We are consolidating our previous products into more user-friendly versions, going from 27 to 5 SKUs,” added AgiLight’s Managing Director Paul Southard. “The ULTRA 400 and ULTRA 600 Series illuminate a broad range of backlit applications with only 5 high performance products.”

The ULTRA Series is made in Europe on AgiLight’s automated production lines. AgiLight now offers a 9-year standard warranty on the ULTRA Series. For more information, visit AgiLight’s website at www.AgiLight.com.

About AgiLight, Inc.

Founded in 2003, AgiLight is an international leader in the LED signage lighting industry and the preferred partner of sign companies and global brands. AgiLight brings value tocustomers by enhancing and maintaining their brand’s image through the benefits of its LED solutions. AgiLight’s cost-effective LED system solutions amount to savings for sign makers and end-users.

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