Aug 162011
 

5 inch led retrofit module New Lighting Technology to Retrofit Recessed LightsThe term “lighting retrofit” may sound daunting, but for contractors and builders familiar with the technology, it’s just another project that makes saving energy possible (and very easy).

In fact, a relatively new product to the lighting marketplace is allowing homeowners to retrofit their own recessed lights with LEDs.

It’s called an LED retrofit module for recessed lighting, and it’s truly revolutionary. Homeowners with existing recessed lights can simply unscrew the light bulbs currently installed in their recessed fixtures, remove their trims, and screw the LED retrofit modules right into the existing sockets.

The LED retrofit modules come complete with a trim and a heat sink to maintain a cool operating temperature.

The opportunity to save energy is not the only benefit. The LEDs deliver incredible light output, high color rendering, full dimmability, and long lifetimes of up to 17 years. The products are even available in a variety of color temperatures – warm white, cool white, or neutral white.

See this new product line on our website!

Jul 062011
 

Visit www.pegasuslighting.com from any Smartphone and you will automatically be directed to the mobile version of our website!  Here are a few snapshots of what you can expect to see:

mobile home Introducing... Our Mobile Site!

Home page: Search for any product you're looking for or shop by category.

mobile category Introducing... Our Mobile Site!

Category Page: Product images alongside customer ratings and prices, designed for quick shopping.

mobile product Introducing... Our Mobile Site!

Product Page: Detailed features. “Call to Buy” automatically connects you with a customer service representative.

Continue reading »

Jun 032011
 

unveiling ccfl Unveiling the CCFLWe are in the process of adding over 20 different cold cathode fluorescent light bulbs (CCFLs) to pegasuslighting.com, so we thought it was prime time for a blog feature on CCFLs.

The market for energy-efficient light bulbs is ever-growing.  Just in the past couple of months, Vu1 Corporation has developed a light bulb based on technology from a picture tube TV, Google and Lighting Science Group have partnered to create an Android-controlled LED light bulb, and GE has designed a “hybrid” halogen-compact fluorescent light bulb.

The cold cathode fluorescent light bulb is by no means a new technology, but it is a product that has improved significantly in the past few years.  In fact, Gizmodo wrote a feature on them back in 2007 explaining their potential:

These other-worldly cold cathode fluorescent light bulbs are in some ways even better than CFL (compact fluorescent) bulbs, because they’re easily dimmable and operate at room temperature. They have extremely long life, are wet-rated for outdoor use and can be used as blinking lights in tacky store displays, too. Plus, they save lots of energy because of their lower wattage and nonexistent heat output. Continue reading »

May 192011
 
Help 150x150 Will You Help Us Build A Better Web Page?

Help us if you can...

We have a huge selection of recessed lighting trims, housings, and accessories on PegasusLighting.com, and we are constantly asking ourselves exactly what will make your shopping experience as user-friendly as possible.

Will you take a moment to answer just a couple of questions?

Click on the link for a quick survey.  Thank you so much – your responses will help us build a better site!

May 132011
 

Mobile Website.png2 Pegasus Lighting Debuts Mobile WebsiteBEAVER FALLS, PA, May 13 – As smartphones continue to become an integral part of the shopping process, consumer data proves mobile-friendly websites are increasingly valuable. In fact, a recent study from Google indicated that 79% of smartphone owners use their mobile devices to shop, whether that involves researching a product, comparing prices, or making a direct purchase.

On April 27, Pegasus Lighting launched a mobile version of their e-commerce website (http://m.pegasuslighting.com). The lighting retailer presence in the mobile space is surprisingly sparse. Pegasus Lighting saw an opportunity to offer online shoppers the convenience of a site designed specifically for smartphones while still providing the full feature-set from its main website. This includes extensive product information, product reviews, FAQs, and a dedicated Help section.

The mobile site is especially valuable for Pegasus Lighting’s many repeat business customers, who are often in the field. These customers can log into their accounts, check order statuses, review past orders, and place future orders all in the palms of their hands.

The announcement comes a year after the launch of the company’s Lighting Library app, which has received positive reviews among professionals and consumers alike. The free iPhone app offers a glossary of over 100 everyday lighting terms.

About Pegasus Lighting
Founded in 1993, Pegasus Lighting is an online lighting distributor selling “unique lighting products for your special needs.” The company, based near Pittsburgh in Beaver Falls, PA, with another office location in Raleigh, NC, attracts both individual and corporate shoppers who value a learning experience in lighting, competitive pricing and an easy-to-use, intuitive website. Pegasus Lighting also offers a Trade Professional Discount Program for contractors, designers and other professionals. For more information, visit http://www.PegasusLighting.com.

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Contact:
Chris Johnson, Vice President
724.846.5137
ChrisJ [at] PegasusLighting [dot] com

May 042011
 
kitchen remodel1 Wanted: Your Photos

All lighting project photos are welcome!

We love it when you share your photos of lighting projects with us.  Whether it’s a picture of the new under cabinet fixtures installed in the kitchen or one of you wearing an LED head lamp on your latest hiking trip, it’s exciting to see where all our orders end up.

By now, we’ve received quite a few photos from customers of completed lighting projects.  If you’ve already shared with us, thank you. If you haven’t yet, now’s your chance to be featured in your very own blog post!

Send in your photos via our Contact form (When you see Topic of Question, select “Submit Project Photos”) or just post them on our Facebook wall. We will display them in all their glory here! Also, we’ll send a coupon your way for a discount off your next order.

Thanks again, and can’t wait to see your photos!

Mar 302011
 

You may notice that our website looks a little bit different this morning.  We have a new site design that just went live!

When we launched a massive redesign back in November, we asked for your feedback.  Version 1.1, as we are calling it, took your comments into account so the site is even better tailored to your preferences.

Stop by www.PegasusLighting.com to take a look today, and be sure to let us know what you think!

Mar 292011
 

We added a video to our Closet Lighting page on the site last week with tips for choosing the appropriate fixtures for your pantry or closet. Check it out – we would love to hear what you think!

Mar 162011
 

Have you ever seen a cove lighting installation in action?  Our xenon low voltage strip was featured on the DIY network TV show Rescue Renovation!  The episode features a young man who bought his first home from 1000 miles away.  Needless to say, it turned out to be quite a “fixer-upper.”

In this clip, you’ll see the Rescue Renovation team coming in to help.  They use the light strip behind crown molding to accentuate the home’s original cove ceiling.  View the video after the jump! Continue reading »

Dec 172010
 

If you’ve never seen lights on a home synchronized to holiday music, this is quite an incredible display:

Wishing you Happy Holidays from everyone at Pegasus Lighting!  Safe travels and enjoy the time with friends and family.

 Posted by on December 17, 2010 at 12:41 pm

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