Tresco illuminates furniture with new LED panels
June 24, 2019 | 3:26 pm CDT
LAS VEGAS - Tresco Lighting by Rev-A-Shelf will be presenting its LED Panel program in booth #4701 at the 2019 AWFS Fair in Las Vegas, which takes place July 17 – 20 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Building off of the company’s award-winning SNAP lighting, Tresco will be introducing its new Etch panels.
Etch Panels are made-to-order to any project’s specific configurations. It features a unique patent-pending edge-lighting and LED process to provide high output with even illumination and uniform intensity. Also, with a multitude of color options, and a low profile between the illuminated material and the lighted panel, Tresco says Etch is the perfect solution for commercial and residential backlighting or shelf lighting applications.
They can be ordered in fully constructed or pre-etched panels. Also with Tresco’s Build Your Own Program, customers can choose from etched acrylic panels in four sizes and from pre-soldered LED tapes in five color temperatures in any length up to 120 inches to install in their own frames.
In addition to Etch, the company will be presenting an array of LED products through interactive displays, including the company’s 1-2-3 universal system. Alongside Tresco, Rev-A-Shelf will also be presenting new products at booth #4601.


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Tresco Lighting offers lighting solutions for store fixtures, commercial applications, residential cabinetry, laboratory, and hospitality furniture. With over 25 years of “Innovation Through Illumination”, the company designs and manufactures a full line of L.E.D. and fluorescent lighting options that are UL/ETL listed.

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