Performance in Lighting USA, located in Conyers, GA, is part of an international group of companies headquartered in Verona, Italy.
The group was formed from a number of well-established technical lighting companies from various countries. Performance in Lighting has a wide sales and distribution network operating in over 100 countries worldwide. Production facilities are located in Verona Italy, Bergamo Italy, Goslar Germany, Brussels Belgium, Conyers GA USA. Sales/distribution subsidiaries are located in England, Holland, France, Finland, Spain, Portugal, Australia, Dubai and Japan.
Recognized for its unique professional approach and technical know-how, Performance in Lighting has combined its international experience and technical expertise to become a worldwide leader in its industry. The group offers various lighting solutions worldwide for many applications including interior, exterior, residential, commercial, and sports lighting providing options to satisfy both architectural and engineering requirements.
Performance in Lighting USA concentrates on specification grade luminaires designed to provide a vast array of lighting solutions. Our concentration is outdoor products for illuminating commercial spaces from structural facades to parking areas. We strive to meet the demands of today’s lighting community offering made in USA products, European designed with clean, contemporary aesthetics along with aggressive price points and fast lead times.
Being an independent company allows us to be extremely flexible and are able to produce modified/custom orders in a fraction of the time of our competition. We view every inquiry as a challenge and an opportunity for success.
Performance in Lighting USA is located near Atlanta, Georgia. We pride ourselves in providing superior customer service, project pricing negotiations, technical support, and after sale/installation support. From design stage thru installation we will problem solve for you and assist in keeping the project in budget.
Due to our large investment in component inventory, our lead times are unsurpassed. Most catalogued items ship within 2 weeks. Our commitment to service and knowledgeable support team provides accurate information throughout the entire order process.
Each luminaire is designed to facilitate the separation and recovery of the different component materials once it has finished its useful lifetime, and is therefore 98% recyclable. Performance in Lighting applies the ISO 14001 norm, which defines how to develop an efficient system of environmental management. Performance in Lighting is LEED compliant in the U.S.
Performance in Lighting pays particular attention to the laws that regulate the dispersion of light towards the sky and the advantageous use of energy. The company has a state-of-the-art photometric laboratory and specific software for designing reflectors that enables it to develop high efficiency luminaires.
UL is the trusted source across the globe for product compliance. Benefiting a range of customers – from manufacturers to retailers to consumers and regulating bodies – UL has tested products for public safety for more than a century.
PIL-USA is committed to quality and continual improvement.
We are proud to have met ISO 9001:2015 requirements and are certified once again focusing on:
Customer service, process improvement, risk-based thinking, efficiency.
In order to always provide customers with clear, complete information, Performance in Lighting has decided to provide the data pertaining to its LED luminaires in the following ways:
- Nominal lumen indicate the luminous flux produced by the LED source according to indications from the manufacturer of the LEDs used in the luminaire. Sometimes this is an average value derived from the range indicated by the producer.
- Real lumen indicate the luminous flux output of the luminaire. The real flux is therefore generally lower than the nominal flux because it depends on the luminaire’s thermal regime and the use of reflectors, diffusers, screens or lenses to direct the light.
- Wattage drawn indicated in the table includes not only absorption by the LED light source, but also driver’s loss or other necessary electronic components of the luminaire. We then indicate the total amount of energy actually consumed by the luminaire.
With this information, Performance in Lighting wants to help create more clarity in this sector, the LED luminaire compartment, where it is sometimes difficult to interpret information and compare products.