New LED Linear Stairwell Fixture from Barron Lighting Group

October 30, 2020





New LED Linear Stairwell Fixture from Barron Lighting Group



Glendale, AZ – October 29, 2020 Barron Lighting Group, the parent company to Trace-Liteindoor and outdoor commercial and industrial lighting, announces the addition of the SSF SeriesLED linear stairwell fixture.


Barron Lighting Group is thrilled to expand our product family to include the

SSF Series – our new color and power switchable LED linear stairwell fixture. The SSF is cETLus Listed for DampLocations, is available in 2’ and 4’ configurations, and features a standard integral microwave sensor centered behindthe lens that provides 2 or 3 step – level dimming in addition to optional daylight harvesting capability,” said HeatherMcCune, Vice President, Sales Operations of Barron Lighting Group.


Trace-Lite’s SSF LED Linear Stairwell Series features a sleek yet robust construction with an IK08 impact- tested steel housing, vandal-proof hardware and UV-stabilized polycarbonate lens. Internal switches allow the user toselect the CCT (3000K-3500K-4000K) and the power output (between 10W to 40W, depending on fixture size), providingmaximum project flexibility. The SSF is offered with a battery backup option providing 90 minutes of emergency egresslighting. Designed for stairwell applications, the SSF can be used in a wide variety of other indoor, general ambientlighting applications including schools, hospitals and stores and is the perfect choice for both new construction andretrofits.


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About Barron Lighting Group

Barron Lighting Group, based out of Glendale, Arizona, manufactures a comprehensive line of lighting fixtures andsolutions for commercial and industrial applications and is the parent company to four brands: Exitronix life-safetyand emergency lighting, Trace-Lite indoor and outdoor commercial and industrial lighting, specialtyLEDcommercial and decorative lighting, and Growlite indoor and greenhouse horticultural lighting.


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