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If you saw any products from our manufacturers that you are interested in, please give us a call!

Axo Light USA Inc.   6107
Barn Light Electric   6108
Cerno   6104
Convey / NY Ceiling   6204
Dado Lighting   6101
Eklipse Architectural Lighting   6200/6202
Forum Lighting Inc.   6209/6211
Lightheaded    6210
Lindsley Lighting   6207
Lucent Lighting   6203
Lumen Warm   6007
Lumenture Inc.   6100/6102
LUMINO   6103
Modular International, Inc.   6003/6005
Radiant Architectural Lighting   6205
Revelite   6106
Rosco   6105
Satco/Nuvo Lighting   6109/6111
SOLAVANTI LIGHTING & ETi Handrail Systems   6206/6208
TIVOLI   6110
TPR Enterprises, Ltd.   6001

ORA On The Move

Jessie Becomes Co-Chair for the IESNYC Programs Committee

Jessie Grillo becomes Co-Chair for the IESNYC Programs Committee along with Michiru Tanaka (Michiru Tanaka Lighting Design). Jessie will be an excellent asset—we know from experience. Congratulations to Jessie and Michiru!

ORA On The Move

Carl Highlighted in IESNYC February Spotlight on Diversity

Carl Jenkins is highlighted in IESNYC Spotlight on Diversity. As a Latino, Carl puts his best foot forward and takes the good with the bad, mastering the art of the first impression. We are very proud of Carl. Check out the article HERE »


ORA values continuing education. We understand the importance of keeping up with industry standards and building requirements to better serve our customers. Jamie Eck, our Business Development Manager, leads this month’s “ORA E-D-U” course on Emergency Lighting Codes and Regulations. Thank you, Jamie!!

Glen Specs New Camman Pendants

Glen Karpinos recently specified Camman Infinilite Pendants for this new lobby in Carle Place, NY. The Infinilite features a swivel connector that can be set in 90°–170° angles allowing full design flexibility not possible with standard fixed connectors. More »

LRC Lighting Resources

Lighting for Health and Energy Savings in Schools and Hospitals

The Lighting Research Center (LRC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has published new guidance documents for designing circadian-effective lighting in K-12 classrooms and hospital patient rooms while avoiding increased energy use.

The primary aim of the publications is to offer guidance for achieving effective, healthy lighting solutions in both applications while limiting increased energy use to the greatest extent possible. ACCESS DOCUMENTS HERE

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