Progress Lighting is highlighting its newest introductions, which include LED lighting options, as well as Title 24 and JA8 compliant LED lamps for decorative fixtures at the PCBC Show – Booth 1351 – in San Francisco on June 27 and 28.
During PCBC – the idea marketplace for leading residential builders, developers, architects, investors, product manufacturers, and advisers in the industry – Progress Lighting and Hubbell Wiring Devices will join forces to display a uniform approach to lighting solutions. Additionally, one of the newest brands under the Hubbell umbrella, iDevices®, will be present at the PCBC booth this year. The new iDevices, backed by Hubbell, brings experience in developing and designing smart home solutions to the residential market.
Representatives from Progress Lighting, Hubbell Wiring Devices and iDevices brands will come together to educate visitors on LED products that contribute to a complete electrical and home automation solution.
“More than ever before, we’re placing a high concentration on providing a variety of
energy efficient solutions that accompany our breadth of products,” said Jim Decker, Vice President and General Manager of Residential Lighting for Progress Lighting. "The combination of iDevices' cutting edge expertise in connected devices with Progress Lighting’s vast product portfolio will drive the next wave of innovation in our industry."
About Progress Lighting
Progress Lighting is committed to manufacturing award-winning energy efficient products while educating individuals on new options available in solid-state lighting. The manufacturer also responds to the ever-changing needs of the lighting industry with extensive research and development programs that ensure high standards of quality and innovation for the home.
Headquartered in Greenville, S.C., Progress Lighting has distribution centers located throughout the country that support one of the largest networks of electrical distributors and showrooms in the United States. Visit www.progresslighting.com for more information.