Chloride unveils Caliber Signage

July 8, 2008
New white LED edge-lit signage offers customizable graphics, wording

The new Caliber Signage is just another example of Chloride’s commitment in expanding our line of sustainable solid state lighting products. Bringing together innovative architectural design and technology, the new white LED edge-lit Caliber Signage offers an endless amount of computer-generated custom graphics and wording to match your wayfinding or informational needs. With the use of long-lasting, energy-efficient white LEDs, the Caliber Signage is more visible than traditional signage while maintaining low power consumption and extremely long life.

With both a slim profile and numerous available finishes, the Caliber Signage is designed to fit any architectural space. Installation is made easy and accommodates recessed ceiling, surface ceiling, surface end and surface wall mount configurations out of one box. Available in a wide range of decorative finishes, the housing is constructed of die cast aluminum. The panel is manufactured from high-impact acrylic with silk-screened computer-generated artwork. The Caliber Signage is listed to UL 48 standards, is IC rated, and is damp location listing standard.

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