Yellowtec Launches New Online Resources for Litt LED Signaling System provides additional information, technical details and mounting options for Yellowtec‘s elegant multi-purpose signaling device
(PresseBox) ( Monheim am Rhein, )
Yellowtec has launched new, comprehensive online resources for its Litt LED Signaling Device. The new user-friendly design of provides additional information, technical details and mounting options for Yellowtec's elegant multi-purpose signaling device.

An intuitive features section shows Litt's specific characteristics, the advantages for the user and applications. Particularly valuable is the inclusion of Yellowtec's CleanVision® technology, which is responsible for the clarity and homogeneity of the lighting signals produced by Litt. These lighting characteristics set it apart from any other signaling system on the market and make litt a truly innovative product.
The page provides "modules" that give a well-organized and comprehensive overview of Litt's components as well as links for additional information. Practical instructions for installation can also be found as well as detailed technical details in the new "TechSpecs" section with all of Litt's facts and performance data for those who need engineering specs to complete a bid.

Litt is Yellowtec's innovative programmable visual signaling system for use in broadcasting and industrial applications. Its sleek and versatile modular design, high-quality construction in solid aluminium and highly-flexible programmable operation, has recently been awarded a 2013 International Red Dot product design award.

More information about Yellowtec and its products is available at or by phone at +49 217396730
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