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March 30, 2011

Automatic LED Stair Lighting System – Reactive Lighting

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I have been spending all sorts of time recently getting ready for the release of the Reactive Lighting – LED Stair Lighting System. The powerful stair lighting controller and wide variety of stair lights has gotten a lot of attention from some of the partners that we have been working with pre-launch. We will be launching the company tomorrow (March 31, 2011) at the Home Expressions show here in Winnipeg Manitoba. This show is the largest home show in Manitoba and is sure to be a fun time. The last few weeks have been filled with countless sleepless nights getting all the loose ends tied up but tomorrow is the big day and it seems like everything has come together very well!

If you are in Winnipeg, please stop by and say hi, our booth is #46 on the main floor of the Winnipeg Convention Center. Hope to see you there!



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5 Responses to “Automatic LED Stair Lighting System – Reactive Lighting”

  1. Jon Says:

    Congrats on the product launch! I like the logo – very techy.

  2. Whatnot Says:

    I liked the ‘before’ stairs better, more rustic, so they need to fix that, maybe go steampunk on the lights?
    Also I think most healthy people walk faster up/down stairs and it needs to be able to respond faster do that the light doesn’t come on after the person is down already.

  3. Adam Says:

    This is definitely a great idea but wouldn’t it be way less tacky if you hid the lights from view? That or fix the lights to the wall just above each step?

  4. Alan Parekh Says:

    Hey Adam,

    Lots of people like the look of the visible lights. For those who like the hidden look they go for the strip lights.

  5. Adam Says:

    Actually that looks like what I was looking for. I may consider this.

    Thanks Alan,


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