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The Pioneer. The Biggest Player.
Contact: 3505 Cadillac Ave., Bldg. D Costa Mesa, CA 92626 U.S.A.
Internet: Website
E-mail Address:
Phone: Toll Free - USA: 1 (855) 533.5225
International: 1 (714) 768.6001
VP of Sales:
Andy Kaoh
Tom Yerke


California based Pro-Lite Inc. introduced LED technology to the U.S. market in 1981, and has since won numerous notable industry design patents. Pro-Lite is recognized as the worldwide leader in LED illuminated signage and electronic scrolling messaging products, due to it’s technological innovation, continual design advances and high quality manufacturing. Pro-Lite’s growth and determination to maintain strong and long lasting customer relationships is supported by high quality and never-ending “WOW” factor.
Pro-Lite’s widespread success has been based on a formula of using the best components from the world’s top suppliers and designing and manufacturing its products within select facilities in Taiwan, China and the USA, to deliver optimal products at the most competitive price point. This formula has guaranteed Pro-Lite’s success for more than 32 years and has continuously been the supplier of LED products sold in Costco, Walmart and other national chains.
Pro-Lite delivers bright ideas to set the gold standard in LED innovation; Mr. Andy Koah, founder/CEO of Pro-Lite, holds over 50 U.S. patents.
Pro-Lite serves more than a million customers and users worldwide in industries such as: airlines, big box retail, food and beverages, petroleum, Point of Purchase, transportation and traffic control. Pro-Lite has also worked extensively with financial institutions, schools and government agencies, such as the United States Air Force, Navy and the United States Postal Service.
Pro-Lite provides the means to attract customers and increase sales to more than 30 lotteries, up until 2012, in North America and the Caribbean.

Pro-Lite Lottery Industry Milestones

  • 1981 Established Advanced Products, later renamed Pro-Lite, Inc. Introduced indoor, red, countertop LED display with wired keyboard. Introduced first 32" indoor red LED sign.
  • 1984 Introduced Bi-Color (Red/Green per pixel) 3-color LED sign.
  • 1985 Introduced full matrix multicolor graphic animation sign.
  • 1986 Introduced TruColor 16-Color, Multicolored sign and outdoor Ultra-brite LED sign.
  • 1987 Introduced Superbright outdoor Red LED sign.
  • 2000 Introduced first LED Lottery sign and introduced wireless communication technology.
  • 2004 Introduced first wireless Jackpot sign to U.S. market.
  • 2004 Invented neon-look LED sign. 2007 Invented L3D neon-look LED sign.
  • 2009-12 Supplied New York Lottery's large scale LED sign program with:
    22,500 Lottery Logo signs - 2009 to 2011
    10,000 Wirelessly Updated Dual Jackpot signs, (Powerball and Mega Millions) - 2011
    10,0000 Quick Draw game logo signs - 2012
  • 2013 Introduced MatTronic™ countertop and floor mat updatable jackpot signs.
    Introduced Modulex™ modular, updatable jackpot sign system.


News 2014
March 31, 2013 LOTELHSA Contracts with Pro-Lite for Custom GPRS-Equipped Jackpot Signage
January 2, 2014 Pro-Lite, Manufacturer of LED Signage, Accepted as Associate Member of World Lottery Association

News 2013
September 30, 2013 Massachusetts Contracts with Pro-Lite for Modulex™ Jackpot Signs
May 3, 2013 Pro-Lite Announces Modular Jackpot Sign Contract with Ohio Lottery and Latest Product Innovation

April 8, 2013

Pro-Lite Contracted to Provide Signage to Three U.S. Lotteries in First Quarter

January 16, 2013) PRO-LITE welcomes Linda Turner as Sales Manager, Lottery Division



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