Cabin Bright is located in Ohio.
The address is:
11361 Mosteller Road
Sharonville, OH 45241
Cabin Bright evolved out of the need to have a brighter, more efficient, and more natural light in the dining and living areas in our Motor Home. It’s founder, Joe Brignolo (me) studied electrical engineering in college, and I’ve been an amateur radio operator since 12 years of age. For those who are interested, my “Ham” radio call is N1ZP.
Since my early days I was always tinkering with electricity. I built a few things that were useful around the house, but since we bought our RV I’ve been spending way too much time tinkering with it.
As mentioned on the HOME page on this site, we like to boondock.
According to Wiktionary:
boondock – v. (third-person singular simple present boondocks, present participle boon docking, simple past and past participle boon docked)
- To camp in a dry brushy location.
- To stay in a recreational vehicle in a remote location, without connections to water, power, or sewer services.“While traveling in the American southwest, we saved money on campsites by boondocking in the desert.“
Because of our tendency to hold on to our money by not spending it staying in campgrounds, (not that there is anything wrong with that) we usually stay at Walmarts along the way. Too many times the cabin overhead fluorescents were left on depleting our battery power to the point where we were not able to watch “The Big Bang Theory.” In our little slice of heaven, that is not a good thing.
My mind (as it is) came up with the Cabin Bright Fluorescent Replacement Alternative. It is NOT strip lights, it is NOT pop-in LED tube that fit in the existing fixtures tube sockets, it is a completely new concept to give you clean, bright, low current draw light without destroying your fixture wiring. The Cabin Bright solution is an ADDITION to your fixture, not a replacement. That’s why we call it the LED Fluorescent Tube ALTERNATIVE.
AND, THEY WILL FIT IN ANY FLUORESCENT LIGHT FIXTURE, GUARANTEED!
In fact you could use the Cabin Bright alternative and your fluorescent tubes at the same time. Not that you would want to do that.