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E-Lite Technologies

About E-Lite Technologies

E-Lite Technologies is amanufacturer of FLATLITE electroluminescent lamp. Electroluminescent (EL) light is technically described as a Light Emitting Capacitor (LEC). EL lamp has many benefits including being thin, flexible, cool and energy efficient. nn

Headquarters Location

2285 Reservoir Ave

Trumbull, Connecticut, 06611,

United States

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E-Lite Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is E-Lite Technologies's headquarters?

    E-Lite Technologies's headquarters is located at 2285 Reservoir Ave, Trumbull.

  • Who are E-Lite Technologies's competitors?

    Competitors of E-Lite Technologies include Electro-LuminX Lighting Corp and 4 more.

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