Customer Installations & Articles
The Magnificent Restoration of Alaska's Engine 557
The Alaska Railroad's last operating steam engine was the locomotive you see here - Locomotive Number 557! Over the past ten years, countless enthusiastic individuals and donors have been dedicated to the restoration of this breathtaking locomotive. Patrick Durand, President of The Engine 557 Restoration Company was kind enough to share some images and provide his comment on the use of Watt-a-Light LED bulbs within the lighting elements of the project. "Coming, going or standing still Locomotive 557 depends on Watt-A-Light to brighten the way. Alaska Railroad's last Steam Engine is 10 years into a total rebuild. New technology is used...
Experienced Maine Off-gridder gives Watt-a-Light a Big 'Thumbs Up'!
We are so thankful for all of the support we receive from the off-grid community! One of our long-time customers sent us a glowing review and also was kind enough to send along some images of his off-grid setup to share with you! This is from Paul, off grid in Pownal, Maine: "I've tried the cheap stuff, and it's just not worth bothering with. The folks at Watt-a-Light separate the quality from the junk, so you don't have to." Paul utilizes a few different Watt-a-Light products to light up his home both inside and out. Here are some of the...
Off-grid project update from the UK - 48V Beautiful Barn Lighting!
We love when customers send us their project results! This feedback inspires others around the world to see the effectiveness and reliability of our lighting products and helps customers to make informed, confident buying decisions. As the Watt-a-Light product line continues to grow, we look forward to sharing how these innovations are lighting up the world! This customer is located in the United Kingdom and sent us a wonderful update on their 48V DC off-grid barn project. Impressive! Here is the note and photo we received: "At last I've finished the project! Picture attached that you can use if you want on your website. ...
Watt-a-Light Spotlight: San Diego's historic tall ship 'Bill of Rights'
Amy's Restaurant lit inside and out by 24V Watt-a-Light LEDs
This is an installation in Strathroy, Ontario of a restaurant sign lit by two 24V 28W big bulbs which are run off of a solar system. The dining area of Amy's Restaurant & Banquet Hall is lit by individual fixtures above the tables which utilize our energy saving 24V 5W LED bulbs. Restaurant Sign lit with Watt-a-light LEDs powered by solar Restaurant Interior lit with 5W 24V Watt-a-light LEDs
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