IOTA Engineering is a leading manufacturer of emergency battery packs for for fluorescent and LED applications, as well as UL 924 Listed unit inverters for fluorescent, incandescent, LED, and HID applications. In addition to emergency lighting products, IOTA manufactures inverter ballasts for DC fluorescent applications including solar, marine, and industrial applications.
IOTA first gained national recognition when it was selected by NASA in a national competition for the design and development of special high intensity fluorescent lights for use by the astronauts on board SKYLAB. The system performed flawlessly throughout all missions, and IOTA has since been recognized as a pioneer and leader in the lighting industry, committed to providing superior products that meet the demands set forth by our customers.
Dabmar Lighting was founded in 1990 by Dan Davidson. Dan — initially an experienced and successful electrical contractor — began his visionary journey in the lighting industry by providing new, uniquely designed, energy efficient lighting fixtures to the California marketplace. Twenty-one years... Read More
Barbizon Lighting Company specializes in sales and service of equipment for Houses of Worship, Live Productions, Performing Arts, Themed Environments, Film, Television and architecture. We are an industry leader based on our knowledgeable staff, quality products and our on-going commitment to...
The Company operates through multiple manufacturing divisions and subsidiaries located in North America, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Italy, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. The Company participates in a joint venture in Taiwan, and maintains sales offices in Singapore, Hong Kong, and South Korea....
IOTA has been involved with the production of low voltage high frequency (Electronic) ballasts for fluorescent lamps since 1968. The original IOTA DC inverter ballast paved the way for the design and development of special high intensity fluorescent lights installed aboard the SKYLAB spacecraft.... Read more
IOTA's fluorescent emergency ballasts operate both linear and compact lamps for 90 minutes as required by the NEC and Life Safety Code. A versatile selection of battery pack options deliver compatibility with most any fluorescent lamp type, fixture configuration, or facility application, such as... Read more