Exceeding Customer Expectations in Both Product Performance and Support

18,250 Controllers

8,000 Digital Channels

Over 30 years of excellence

LEIGHTRONIX has provided customers with over 18,250 controllers, including over 8,000 digital channels. Recognized as an industry leader, LEIGHTRONIX continues to set standards in product value and versatility that exceed customer expectations in both product performance and support. Browse below to hear what customers are saying about the company that's become a model for stability and longevity in the quickly evolving professional video market.

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Westminster Canterbury Richmond

Joey Elswick,  Performing Arts Program Coordinator
Private Communities

Richmond, VA — Westminster Canterbury Richmond needed a highly automated and reliable broadcast solution for their closed circuit television channel. Though their old LEIGHTRONIX NET-164 had treated them well over the years, it required too much human intervention for the increasingly steady flow of slides and recordings their needs demanded. Using the trusty UltraNEXUS and a subscription to TOTAL INFO, the retirement community easily displays slides, programs, and live events for residents and staff.


Wadsworth Community Television

John Madding,  Cable TV Programming and Access Manager
Public, Government Access Television

Wadsworth, OH — Wadsworth Community Television (WCTV) uses two UltraNEXUS video servers to broadcast across four cable channels. Using PEG Central, content can be viewed online in addition to their normally broadcast times. This video-on-demand content has received widespread acclaim, with viewers as far away as Belgium. Since acquiring their video servers, WCTV has been able to use one channel for advertising, adding a new revenue stream.


The City of Albany

Michael Cox,  Senior Desktop Support Technician
Public, Government Access Television

Albany, OR — When Michael Cox first started working at the city of Albany nine years ago, city council meetings were recorded on a dual-cassette tape player with limited release. Now, with the support of LEIGHTRONIX and the UltraNEXUS, the city is playing a larger role in the lives of its citizens, allowing further transparency in local government while also providing a space for individual members to reach out to their community.


International Affairs Forum

Joe VanderMeulen,  Executive Director of LIAA
Public Access Television

On October 17, 2013, former Iranian hostage, Michael Metrinko, presented at the Milliken Auditorium at Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) as part of the International Affairs Forum lecture series. As the event quickly sold out, the International Affairs Forum (IAF) teamed up with the UpNorth Media Center and LEIGHTRONIX to broadcast the lecture as a live cablecast and Internet stream.



Scott Morrison,  Vice President of Sales
Public, Campus Communications

At the 2014 TEDx Traverse City (TEDxTVC) event, the Land Information Access Association (LIAA) and Northwestern Michigan College (NMC) expanded the event's reach even further than in 2013 with a total of five remote display locations using the IncodeX One Point-to-Multipoint technology from LEIGHTRONIX.

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