LSI Industries Expands Line of Abolite® Architectural Luminaires

Cincinnati, OH, August 10, 2020 – LSI Industries (NASDAQ: LYTS) said today that it has expanded its line of Abolite LED architectural luminaires for outdoor and indoor applications.  Manufactured in America and made from heavy gauge spun galvanized steel or aluminum, these decorative new fixtures are ideal for restaurants, bars, retail establishments and malls.

“The Abolite brand features many of the most well-known and respected products in the RLM space,” said Mike Prachar, Chief Marketing Officer of LSI Industries.  “Our expanded line will build upon Abolite’s solid reputation for quality, performance and aesthetics.”

LSI’s new Abolite RLM fixtures are available in a wide variety styles, shapes and finishes to compliment a myriad of architectural building designs. They feature upgraded light engines with outputs of 1,250, 1,500 and 1,700 lumens at color temperatures of 27K, 30K, 35K and 40K – producing the desired illumination for their intended applications.  The new fixtures maintain the classic elegance of the Abolite product line while adding the energy-saving benefits of modern LED technology.  The new luminaires are compliant with the Buy American Act, and they can also comply with California’s Title 24 energy conservation requirements.

Similar to other members of the Abolite family, the new products feature several options for poles, brackets and accessories.  Additional information, including product specifications and data sheets, is available in the products section of the company’s website at

 About LSI Industries, Inc.

Headquartered in Blue Ash, Ohio (Greater Cincinnati), LSI Industries is a leading producer of high-performance, American-made lighting solutions.  The Company’s strength in outdoor lighting applications creates opportunities for it to introduce additional solutions to its valued customers.  LSI’s indoor and outdoor products and services, including its digital and print graphics capabilities, are valued by architects, engineers, distributors and contractors for their quality, reliability and innovation.  The Company’s products are used extensively in automotive dealerships, petroleum stations, quick service restaurants, grocery stores and pharmacies, retail establishments, sports complexes, parking lots and garages, and commercial and industrial buildings.  LSI has approximately 1,200 employees at seven manufacturing plants in the United States, including its corporate headquarters.  Additional information about LSI is available at