GE Current, a Daintree Company, Unveils New Tetra Snap

Plus updates to Tetra Atom and Select TX Gen 3.
GE Current

GE Current, a Daintree Company (Cleveland) has announced two new extensions to the Tetra family, plus a third generation update to the Select TX that improves loading by 25%.

According to the company, the Tetra Snap has a first-of-its-kind snap design that allows signmakers to snap LED modules into an aluminum extrusion. This design eliminates the need for screws, and allows users the flexibility to customize the product by choosing between three different light levels, hitting a maximum of 1,000 lumens/ft. Tetra Snap can also be a one-size-fits-all product for cabinet signs up to 37 in. in depth.

Current has also announced two recent updates to its signage lighting family: 

  • Tetra Atom: The company's smallest module ever, for channel letters as shallow as 1”. Features include: 
    • A variety of new applications including halo-lit, shallow channel letters and routed acrylic letters. 
    • The smallest 24V module on the market. 
    • The best power supply loading on the market for a module of this size—load up to twice as much as competitors’ solutions, cutting your power supplies in half, per the company.
  • Select TX Gen 3: The third generation of the Select TX LED lighting line. Features include:
    • Power supply loading improved by 25% compared to the previous generation. Users can now load up to 50 Medium modules per 60W power supply.
    • Availability in four different sizes (very small, small, medium and large) and three different colors (medium red, medium blue and medium green) to meet all channel letter needs.

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