Low Voltage Deck Lighting
Larson Electronics offers a variety of low voltage deck lighting, a great option for many applications, especially in marine environments.
Low voltage lighting consumes about 1/3 the electricity of high voltage systems and is much less expensive to install. It is an ideal choice to illuminating deck perimeters, to ensure pedestrians can safely navigate potentially dangerous spaces. Instead of creating a glaring lamp effect like in line voltage lights, low voltage lighting is more hidden and accentuates shapes and textures, flooding light over a larger area for more visibility.
Our low voltage deck lighting is built with corrosion-resistant materials for durable, long-term use fixtures. They include compact LED fixtures, PAR LED lamps, architectural lighting, spreader lights, surface mounts, and general area fixtures. Our fixtures feature waterproof ratings, designed to handle wet locations and other harsh environments. LED filaments make these fixtures safe for hazardous conditions.
At Larson Electronics, we do more than meet your lighting needs. We also provide replacement, retrofit, and upgrade parts as well as industrial grade power accessories. Our craftsmen can custom build any lighting system and/or accessories to fit the unique demands of your operation. A commitment to honesty, quality, and dependability has made Larson Electronics a leader in the lighting and electronics business since1973. Contact us today at 800-369-6671 or message email@example.com for more information about our custom options tailored to meet your specific industry needs.
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