Have A Vend offers an LED bulb to replace a traditional fluorescent bulb. Product and installation are available. Accessories with the LED include a sensor to turn the light out when customers are absent. A cling marks “Going Green,” explaining energy savings of the sensor. An audio feature that plays a recorded message is also available. For more information, visit www.vendingspecialist.net or call 610-809-4398.
The new LED lighting system from Vendors Exchange International Inc. provides full illumination of all products with up to three LED light strips that mount on the machine in minutes. Designed to grab attention from 20 feet away, the lights are extremely energy efficient and long lasting. For information, contact a VEII representative or call: 216-432-1800, or visit: www.veii.com.
Capital Vending developed an LED light strip with a connector that attaches to the existing harness. Although compatible with most machine manufacturers, a generic strip with a standard wall plug is available for miscellaneous venders or machines that do not have a lighting system. Product includes a static cling or weather-resistant decal to advertise electricity conservation. For more information, call 800-814-7756 or e-mail: email@example.com.
InOne Technology brings the vending industry the SmartLight LED, a replacement bulb for fluorescent lights that operates on MDB or 110v AC power and lasts six to 10 years. The SmartLight includes on/off capacity when used with InOne SmarTimer or InOne remote monitoring. For more information, visit www.inonetechnology.com or call 410-466-3800.
LEDs, or light-emitting diodes, are the newest lighting technology to hit vending. More durable and without the mercury found in fluorescent bulbs, the real selling point to LEDs is their long life and improved merchandising capabilities. LEDs draw less power than fluorescents, savings the location money and offering a way for vending operators to be more “green” or environmentally friendly in their business. The LEDs also better highlight products in a vending machine. Many operators have found that the snacks and food appear to “pop” under these new retrofit lights.
The LEDs are designed to fit the fluorescent setting in the vending machine.