Current Expands 24V Tetra LED Channel Letter Offering with Color and High Output Options

ORLANDO – March 21, 2018 – At this week’s ISA Sign show in Orlando, Florida Current unveiled two extensions to its 24V Tetra® LED system – 24V Tetra® LED Color Channel Letters and 24V Tetra® PowerMAX High Output. These enhancements follow the successful launch of the 24V Tetra Channel Letter line last year which brought LED signage the first 24V Channel letter solution on the market. With advanced optical performance and enhanced electronics, this 24V solutions brings the most even light at the highest efficiencies, reducing overall system cost.


“Adding 24V Tetra Colors to our product family allows our customers to benefit from the advantages of our 24V Channel letter solution over a greater span of projects and layouts.”
Natalie Picot, Global Product Manager – Signage, Current.


Additional benefits of the 24V Tetra Color are improved power supply loading, 25 percent wider beam angle with the OptiLensX for increased sign face uniformity and 35 percent average improvement in stroke spacing. Picot said these product specifications significantly reduce overall project costs.


The Tetra PowerMAX HO has all the efficiency benefits of the Tetra 24V system with optimal uniformity from OptiLensX technology and also packs a greater punch at 180 lumens per module.


Picot indicated that the products are available now through authorized GE signage distributors. Contact local Current sales representative for more details.


About Current: Current is the digital engine for intelligent environments. A first-of-its-kind startup within the walls of GE (NYSE: GE), Current blends advanced LED technology with networked sensors and software to make commercial buildings, retail stores, industrial facilities and cities more energy efficient and productive. Backed by a broad ecosystem of technology partners, Current is helping businesses and cities unlock hidden value and realize the potential of their environments.

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