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T135 Trade Show LED Light Video Review

By Clean Themes on August 28, 2015

For more details, please visit our T135 product page.


Hello, and welcome to Trade Show Joe Video Series. I'm Dan Riley, and today we're going to be talking about a new product to the market called the T135. It is a wide LED light fixture that is ideal for a variety of different trade show display applications, so lets' have a look!

This is our T135 light. It is LED, and by nature it has a series of individual LED bulbs. There are approximately 3 rows of 50 lights to give you 150 individual LED lights burning to illuminate your intended product or graphic. It's durable, it's a nice product, and it's all aluminum. This part is aluminum. The pole part that connects to the base is aluminum. The only part that is not aluminum is the actual bottom, which is a durable ABS molded plastic. The head on the light pivots. You can move the head of the light back and forth and up and down 270 degrees. So, you can almost spin this thing in a full circle to allow you to direct light, if you want a little bit left, right, up or down. It gives you a lot of versatility on how it flexes on a little ball joint built between the arm and head of the light.

The light includes a bracket. The bracket is a universal type like we've shown in the past. It simply would slide into the base of the light, and then you would be able to connect the bracket onto your intended surface area by loosening and tightening this vice-like bracket. This is the standard bracket, and as many of you have seen (maybe in other videos), we do have a variety of other brackets. If you say, "Hey Trade Show Joe, I'm trying to mount this on something bigger; on something smaller; I've got a certain brand of display," we've got a variety of different types of brackets that are all universal. They slide in and out into the base of this style of light to allow you to mount on a pop-up structure like the one behind me, a fabric structure like our formulate, a custom display that is made of plywood, 2x4s, a banner stand, etc. There really are a variety of different applications to fit your needs. Additionally, the T135 comes with a power cord with a built-in transformer. This power cord is very simple. It is 110 volts. It runs on AC power. It will work with a standard wall outlet or surge protector. It simply plugs in like so. You've got 11' 4" of cord, and the outlet itself will plug in to allow you to have power. The unit includes an on and off switch, which makes it nice if you wish to kill the light at the end of your trade show. At the end of the day, you can simply turn it off. With some of the other lights on the market, you literally have to unplug them, so this does have a built-in on and off switch. The unit is lightweight. It puts out a lot of power, but in a compact, lightweight size. It weights a little under 2 lbs. It has a head on it that is a lot different than most trade show lights, which are more square, or slightly rectangular, and don't cast nearly as much light or as wide of spectrum of light. This particular design of light allows the light to project in a wider, broader format, and we'll demonstrate that on the display to show you how well this particular light illuminates graphics, and would do a great job with products as well. The unit folds up sideways so that the top portion with the lights runs parallel with the arm of the light, which makes it easier and more portable to package it up. You don't want to have something in the shape of a large T, trying to find a box for it. It actually does compress to a smaller size.

So, this is our T135 - a new product. It does currently only come in a white finish. We do anticipate a black finish coming on this model. We don't know when, but we do have it in a white finish immediately available. We invite you to take a look at the T135 and all of our other trade show accessories by visiting TradeShowJoe.com. While there, feel free to contact us via our toll-free number, direct chat with us, or send us an email at any time. We look forward to hearing from you!

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