Ericson, engineering and manufacturing of temporary power and lighting products, announces presence at the NECA Show for the Electrical Construction Industry
The NECA Show is focused on the electrical construction industry and gathers manufacturers and distributors showcasing thousands of solutions contractors need to save time and money on the job, and grow their business. The trade show floor is a virtual classroom, providing the latest technological advances in such areas as power supply, security, tools, integrated building systems, lighting and controls, solar/PV, energy storage, other energy markets, and more.
The NECA Show will feature thousands of new products, service solutions, demos, and offers the opportunity to attend technical workshops at no cost. NECA will be held from Saturday, October 8th through Monday, October 10th, 2016.
Ericson Manufacturing will be exhibiting at booth #1247. Ericson will be featuring a variety of product samples from temporary power distribution units like the portable GWO to various innovative lighting solutions. This year, Ericson is excited to announce a new product launch and an engineering solution specific to contractors.
Ericson will be releasing a new LED Baylite which provides immediate full intensity light output eliminating the warm-up period common with metal halide technology. The 150 Watt Baylite features include 15,000 Lumens of white light, immediate full intensity output, and 50,000 hour lamp life expectancy. The Baylite is UL Listed, wet location rated, and dimmable. Product information will be released at the end of September and available mid-October for shipment.
Ericson is also promoting its complimentary schematic design layout services for the contractors at NECA. This engineering service offers contractors the means to save time and money during planning of temporary power and lighting for the job site. By understanding the architectural footprint and power requirements, Ericson engineers schematically layout all the necessary temporary power and lighting to keep a job site working properly while meeting all safety standards.