April 2009

Ledalite introduces new Airwave Wireless, Self-Powered Controls Technology

Daylight Harvesting offers ROI, energy code compliance and reduces energy consumption by 35%.

KLI is known as the premiere lighting manufacturer’s representative in Hawaii since 1976.  In general, we promote our lighting manufacturers through Architects, Engineers and Designers and distribute through wholesale electrical houses.


KLI was originally incorporated in 1976 under the name KLOPFENSTEIN’S and operated out of a house in Hawaii Kai.  In December of 1987 we moved our operations into our present location on Nuuanu Ave in Downtown Honolulu.  In 1997 we reincorporated as KLOPFENSTEIN’S LIGHTING INC  (KLI).


Our primary purpose is to provide the best product for your application with efficient service for all your needs.

Klopfenstein’s Lighting Inc

1128 Nuuanu Ave  Suite 101

Honolulu, HI  96817-5119

Phone:  808-533-0558

Sales Fax:  808-526-4085

Quotes Fax:  808-521-2891

E-mail:  info@kli-hi.com


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Text Box: April 30 - Webinar: LED Lighting for Specifiers.  Times: 6:00 a.m. & 9:00 a.m. This Web-based symposium features an ABL expert in LED technology. The learning objectives for the program are:
·         Describe the technology behind LEDs
·         Compare and contrast LED versus alternative sources
·         Determine the most appropriate applications for LEDs
·         Explain the future of LED sources
All participants will receive a certificate of completion. AIA members are required to provide an AIA number when registering. AIA members’ hours will be reported by ABL through our Passport Membership. All engineers, NCQLP lighting professionals and other attendees may use the certificate to self-report educational credits/hours as appropriate.  Click Here to register.

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TWO Great New Products for FOOD-PROCESSING and HIGH-PRESSURE HOSE-DOWN Applications!

Building on our existing portfolio of food processing and high-pressure hose-down products, Lithonia Lighting announces two highly anticipated fluorescent products: the enclosed and gasketed fiberglass FHE and the FHH aluminum high bay.

What's New

Myth #1 - Daylight Harvesting is too complicated and Daylight can cause glare

FHE Product Details  |  FHH Product Details  |  SPLASH ZONE Chart IP Ratings  |  NEMA Ratings


For decades the lighting industry has counted on Hydrel’s revolutionary flow-through product solutions when quality and performance matter most.  For Hydrel, the paradox was meeting customer needs for minimal luminaire depth and aperture size, or situations where flow-through technology was not applicable.  With this in mind, Hydrel set out to establish the standard for sealed in-grade illumination.  The result: Paradox Architectural In-grade Luminaires.



PDX4 Features:

· Architectural In-grade & Marker Light Models

· 9W LED – 50W Incandescent sources

· 4” low profile aperture

· 5” housing depth (low voltage)

· 8” housing depth (line voltage)

· Available with brushed stainless steel or bronze finish

· Modular design simplifies installation and maintenance

· Innovative sealing technology provides IP68 Rating

· Precision optics maximize performance while minimizing glare

· UL wet location listed, maintains listing for indoor applications

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New Patient Room Exam Light


Gotham is pleased to introduce a high performance incandescent quartz downlight to address niche market opportunities for patient room exam lighting. The new HEQ product features an asymmetric distribution that delivers high intensity, high CRI illumination to a typical hospital bed—biasing slightly more light to the patient’s upper torso and head. Depending upon ceiling height, light levels of 300-400 foot-candles can be achieved with a maximum rated 500-watt lamp. Applications include patient rooms and other visual task areas where intense illumination is required for critical viewing.

OMERO Decorative Arms — Tooled for Success!

Building on the attractive dayform aesthetics of the OMERO family, the sweeping curve of the decorative arm gracefully complements the flowing lines of the OMERO area/roadway luminaire. In addition, the arm extends the luminaire closer to the roadway in setback applications.