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Become an EmeryAllen Distributor!

First and foremost, thank you for your interest in becoming an EmeryAllen distributor! To begin the distributor process, you will need to fill out an EmeryAllen credit application and new accounts package (click on button below to download). This includes agreeing to the EmeryAllen Terms and Conditions, Warranty and IMAP policy. 

We love learning about our customers! So, please provide as much information about your business as possible. We look forward to the opportunity to serve you and to provide you with the best miniature LED bulbs on the market. 

Upon completion, please submit the package, with a copy of your Resale Certificate, to Info@EmeryAllen.com.

If you have any questions or want to become a distributor outside of the United States, please contact us at Info@EmeryAllen.com.

About JA8

From 2000-2001, California experienced a massive electricity crisis filled with rolling blackouts and brownouts. This led to increased government regulations, involving stricter and stricter guidelines to decrease the demand side of the energy equation (a.k.a. how much energy was used).

JA8 is an appendix to already existing building regulation called Title 24 which sets minimum requirements for energy-efficiency in new buildings. And, Title 20 is the appliance regulation which requires lighting products to be listed in the California MAEDBS to be legally sold in the state.

Why Other States Are Affected

According to the July 2017 census estimates, California represents about 12% of the U.S. population. Because of this, they tend to have a strong influence on energy regulations for the remaining states. Even though you may not be forced to buy JA8 bulbs, having them ensures you have the latest in high efficiency standards.

What do distributors, lighting showrooms and contractors need to do?