LED Lighting Fixtures (LLF) shipped more than $1 million of its new light emitting diode fixtures in the first 90 days they were available, the company said Wednesday.
Another $1 million in sales is expected in November and December.
LLF, which is privately held, recently closed on $16.5 million in new financing.
The fixtures, which contain patented technology, are designed to replace conventional lighting in homes and businesses. They went on sale in August.
Customers include the Ohio governor’s mansion, the Harvard Business School, McDonald’s, Roche Laboratories and Sheraton, according to the company.
LLF has put together a team of 65 sales agents and a network of more than 300 distributors. The company offers two versions of its LR6 product, including “warm” and neutral colors.