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Cutting-Edge LED String Lights Launched in the Market

New, cutting-edge LED String Lights were recently launched in the marketplace by Southwire. With the lights introduced in mid-October, the company has already experienced a positive response from its customers.

Southwire recently introduced a new offering of LED String Lights to the marketplace. The lights launched in mid-October, and the company has already seen a positive response from its customers. Credit: Southwire Company, LLC

When designing our new jobsite LED String Lights, we knew that we needed to provide a solution that addressed all of our customers' needs.

Mike Griesi, Southwire's vice president of product management.

The lights, available in 50 and 100 foot lengths, feature LEDs on the bottom and top of the module, providing complete jobsite coverage. The lights are outdoor rated and IP65 in order to protect against the passage of dust and water.

We've seen a great response from contractors in the field, and initial orders have been very positive.

Nic Saeger, director of marketing for Southwire Tools and Equipment.

The LED String Lights own a UL 1088, FCC/ICES rating, unusual for most LED lights in the market, thus making these lights a must-have on the job. Daisy-chain these lights together, 20 of the 50 ft. and 10 of the 100 ft., for lengths that are much longer. These lights are also entirely incorporated LEDs, thus maintenance or bulb replacement is not needed - saving energy, money and time on the jobsite.

Southwire Company, LLC, a leader in innovation and technology, is considered to be one of North America's largest cable and wire producers. Southwire and its subsidiaries manufacture metal-clad cable, portable and electronic cord products, building wire and cable, utility products, engineered products and OEM wire products. Southwire also supplies assembled products, hand tools and contractor equipment.

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