Knema, LLC, a privately owned and operated lighting company located in Shreveport, LA has provided electroluminescent and energy-efficient LED lighting online since 2001.
We have our customers in mind by providing a range of pricing options for each LED product we carry, letting you choose the best LED lighting for your project.
With the invention of the LED (light emitting diode), the lighting industry has experienced a drastic change; lighting has become a way to make the home or office more energy efficient and environmentally friendly.
Not only have LEDs changed lighting from an environmental aspect, they also provide an opportunity for lighting to be a design element as well. Now, it’s possible for home and commercial property owners to retrofit existing lighting to money-saving LEDs and designers and artists to create their own custom lighting.
All you need is a little help from a lighting store like Knema.com. Contact us today to talk about your next lighting project and see how our customer service has made us one of the top online LED lighting stores in Shreveport, Louisiana.
Since 2001, Knema, LLC. dba LuminousFilm, a lighting distributor located in Shreveport, Louisiana, is a USA based supplier of custom lighting with regard to electroluminescent (EL), LED panels and modules.
2001- Began distributing E-lite Technologies electroluminescent lamp and inverters
2003- Electroluminescent sheet lamp from South Korea and Taiwan, added to product line
2005- LED edge-lit panels from South Korea, added to product line
2013- Distributor for US Solid State, LLC. a US manufacturer of large LED Modules
2016- Expanded product line to include:
- IcePipe brand of LED high-bay, roadway, flood light and high output bulbs from South Korea
2017- Expanded product line to include:
- Solar Lighting
- Gantom Lighting & Controls
- Martin Harman
- Seoul semiconductor LEDs including SunLike full spectrum LED
We can supply custom LED light panels and LED modules to your specifications, so please contact us and let’s discuss your project.
|3D Systems||Bayer Material Science|
|General Mills||Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory|
|The Scripps Research Institute||Industrial Smoke & Mirrors|
|JPL / NASA||L-3 Communications|
|Lawrence Livermore Lab||St. Louis Airport|
|Milwaukee Art Museum||Microsoft|
|University of Alaska Museum||MIT|
|Motorola Solutions||Naval Surface Warfare Center|
|NASA-Ames Research Center||NEWARK/ELEMENT14|
|Northrop Grumman||Nelson Atkins Museum of Art|
|Royal Saskatchewan Museum||Smithsonian Exhibits|