What makes your overmolding process sustainable?

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Renewable resources are utilized in our overmolding process… 80% vegetable oils.

Where is Integral Lighting made?

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All Integral Lighting fixtures are proudly designed, manufactured, shipped and supported in Pennsylvania, USA.

How can I differentiate overmolded LEDs from potted LEDs?

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Look for these differentiating labels on our product packaging, as well as the look of the product itself:

2020 version with overmolded LEDs


previous version with potted LEDs

What are the benefits of overmolding?

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Made with renewable materials, overmolding provides superior protection from the harshest environments.

  • Watertight encapsulation … safe to use in wet environments.
  • Solvent resistant … impenetrable.
  • Long-term UV resistance … will not fade or discolor from ultraviolet light.
  • Stands up to humidity … stability in high humidity locations.
  • IP68 certified … supplies protection from dust and water.
  • UL certified … third party tested and approved.

My fixture isn’t working. Is there anything you can do?

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Yes. Please fill out this form (including pictures), and we can likely repair or replace it. All warranty and repair issues are determined on a case-by-case basis.

How many lights do I need?

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Design and layout is up to you!

Start by determining your desired placement. We recommend spacing six to eight feet between fixtures, depending on the type of atmosphere you want to create. For areas that need to be well-lit, such as steps or for security reasons, consider spacing your fixtures closer together or using a higher wattage lamp. For ambiance or accent lighting, consider spacing your light fixtures further apart or using a lower wattage lamp.

If your design includes steps, start by lighting the steps adequately, then place fixtures in the surrounding walls to expand the feel of night lighting as you desire.

You are welcome to email us your plans, and our lighting designer will make recommendations for fixture type and spacing.

Has Integral Lighting ever had a product recall?

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We are pleased to announce that we have never had a product recall. Our quest for safe, top quality product remains our focus. All Integral Lighting fixtures are UL 1838 Low Voltage Landscape Lighting certified for your safety. Ongoing facility and fixture inspections by Underwriters Laboratories ensures that we are supplying products held to their standards.

Can I use Pavelux® with tumbled pavers?

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After speaking with a group of contractors who have installed our new Pavelux LED Paver Inserts, along with the fixture designer, we can offer the following advice on fitment to various manufacturers of paver stones…

The fixture itself is designed to a full dimension be it 4″, 6″ or 8″ in length as some block manufacturers maintain full dimension. In the case of tumbled stone, a minor adjustment may be needed to achieve the desired effect and maintain design. That being said, a minor trimming of the end opposite the cord is acceptable by method of sawing. Some installers actually remove the sharp end edge at the top of the fixture to have it blend with the tumbled paver.

The maximum amount that can be removed from the end opposite the cord is as follows… 1.5″ from the 8″ length; 0.75″ from the 6″ length; 0.75″ from the 4″ length.

Visit pavelux.com for more details.

What’s the difference between a digital and analog voltmeter?

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A voltmeter is an instrument used for measuring current, voltage and resistance. Electronic power supplies require an analog voltmeter for correct voltage measurement. Digital voltmeters are recommended when measuring voltage from magnetic transformers. In either case, 12 volts or less is advised.

Here is a quick comparison between digital voltmeters and analog voltmeters…