BEAVER FALLS, PA, April 14, 2010 – It seems there really is an App for just about everything. Electrical contractors, interior designers, and DIY-ers putting the finishing touches on a home improvement or commercial lighting project: meet the Lighting Library app from Pegasus Associates Lighting. It is a free, instant aide that will answer lighting questions for anyone in the industry, from the beginner scanning the aisles of a home improvement warehouse, to the exhibit professional designing a display or exhibit booth for a trade show.
It’s designed to be as easy to navigate, as it is informative, and includes a glossary with easy-to-understand definitions of over 100 common lighting terms, an FAQ section, and a compilation of lighting tips. Users can also email Pegasus Lighting directly through the application for support, feedback, and comments.
The Lighting Library application is now available for download in the iTunes store free of charge and can be used on the iPhone, iPod touch, and the new iPad. Below are just a few examples of the helpful lighting information the app includes:
- Facts about LED lighting
- Comparison of different light sources
- Display lights approved by the Las Vegas Convention Center
- LEED Certification information
- Various lighting tips for both residential and commercial spaces
Pegasus Lighting prides itself on offering a website that is information-rich. The iPhone app is an extension of that commitment to provide a learning experience in lighting to customers.
To celebrate the application’s release, Pegasus Lighting will give away a Halogen Clamp-on Barbecue Light to two winners, selected randomly from those who download the application by April 30, 2010.
A demo of the Lighting Library application and additional details on the barbecue light giveaway is available on the Pegasus Lighting blog at http://blog.pegasuslighting.com/2010/04/lighting-library-iphone-app-now-available/.
About Pegasus Associates Lighting
Founded in 1993, Pegasus Associates Lighting is a lighting distributor with a strong Internet presence selling “unique lighting products for your special needs.” The company, based near Pittsburgh in Beaver Falls, PA, attracts both individual and corporate shoppers who value a learning experience in lighting, competitive pricing, and an easy-to-use, intuitive website. For more information, visit www.PegasusAssociates.com.
ChrisJ [at] PegasusAssociates [dot] com