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NEW LIGHTZING CONTROL SYSTEM ADDS EASY LOW-VOLTAGE LIGHTING OPTION – Use 110 or 220-volt outlets to light six zones

Ipswich, MA, September 22, 2009 – Groundbreaking innovation in low-voltage lighting control took the most recent CEDIA EXPO by storm with the debut of LightZing 1.6. Now LightZing makes environmentally proven low-voltage lighting an affordable addition to any home theater or home automation system by eliminating the cost of an electrician. Simple as it should be, LightZing plugs into any 110 or 220-volt outlet.

LightZing will measure, manage and supply various levels of low voltage power to energy saving halogen or LED lighting and window shades for residential and commercial environments.

The stand-alone unit is easily controlled using RS-232 and RJ-45 connectivity and is equipped with a front panel LCD screen for easy set-up and system monitoring Units can be combined to offer more zones as the project requires.

Spencer Kalker, founder of LightZing says “LightZing’s patent pending concept is a solution for every systems integrator who chooses to boost sales and profitability by adding dynamic low-voltage lighting control to their projects. LightZing is a simple add-on to augment the clients experience and surpass their expectations. System integrators can now offer a complete lighting solution when combining LightZing with New World Lighting’s comprehensive line of low voltage Rail, Cable, Recessed, Canopy, and Sconces. LightZing is a real game changer!”

To learn more visit www.imagecraftersinc.com or call: (978) 380-6476.

About LightZing, New World Lighting, and ImageCrafters, Inc.
LightZing and New World Lighting brands and products are managed by ImageCrafters, Inc. ImageCrafters was founded in 1997. It is owned and operated by CE Industry veterans. ImageCrafters’ management team brings unique talents and proven expertise in the consumer electronics industry to bear in operating this unique company. ImageCrafters blends vision, planning, execution, and support, in the products it designs and distributes and when providing store design, merchandising, and strategic planning for its leading AV Specialty Retailers and Integrators.

LightZing Contact:
ImageCrafters, Inc. – Spencer Kalker – (978) 380-6476 – spencer@imagecraftersinc.com
Press Contact:
Roberta Lewis & Associates – Roberta Lewis – (713) 665-8758 – rlewis@robertalewis.com

LightZing is a trade name of ImageCrafters, Inc. ImageCrafters is a registered trademark. All trademarks are the property of their respective companies.

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