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Energy Savings Forecast of Solid State Lighting: Part 3 Decorative Lamps


Feb 8, 2017 5:00:00 AM

Of course, most lamps exist to provide a purpose, bringing illumination to darkened areas at work, home and in public. But they can also support an aesthetic vision, bringing color and beauty to a drab location. Since not all lighting is designed to be practical and utilitarian, there is also plenty of room in the market for decorative lamps.

Waves of Lighting Technology: Part 3 – LED


Feb 7, 2017 5:00:00 AM

If there's one lighting technology that businesses have a lot of questions about, it's usually LED lights. Light-emitting diodes don't even use bulbs, so they're very new to companies exploring alternative lighting solutions. So let's wrap up our series on lighting technologies by talking about these diodes, and what makes them so powerful.

Waves of lighting technology part 2 LED

Energy Savings Forecast of Solid State Lighting: Part 2 General Service Lighting


Feb 2, 2017 5:00:00 AM

Becoming more efficient in how we light the nation is a major priority for the U.S. government. The future of our country depends on reducing energy waste and generating less pollution in order to remain competitive in the global landscape. One of the easiest things we can do to make a difference and curb greenhouse gas emissions is to make our lighting more environmentally friendly.

Waves of Lighting Technology: Part 2- Fluorescent


Jan 31, 2017 5:00:00 AM

To help buyers make better purchasing decisions, we're taking a look at the most popular lighting technologies available today – and what effect they have on your business. Today we're talking about the popular fluorescent or CFL (compact fluorescent light) bulbs. These were some of the first light bulbs designed for commercial enterprises and saving money: How do they compare?

Waves of Lighting Technology Part 2 Fluorescent

Energy Savings Forecast of Solid State Lighting: Part 1 Introduction


Jan 26, 2017 5:00:00 AM

 

Electric lighting paved the way for explosive growth in our country. As this nation of entrepreneurs creates new technology, we continue to grow increasingly efficient and productive, with a major goal of finding new ways to do more with less energy. Reducing energy usage not only saves you money, it helps conserve natural resources so you can reduce your organization’s carbon footprint.

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Waves of Lighting Technology: Part 1 - Incandescent


Jan 24, 2017 5:00:00 AM

We frequently encounter buyers who want to know more about the lights they are choosing – not just how they look, but how they function, and what makes one lighting technology different from another. If you're looking for the most cost-effective way to light a building, or want to know what types of lighting feel the most natural to clients, you're in the right spot! We're creating a brief series on the nature of available. lighting technologies, starting with the grandfather of them all, the incandescent light.

Waves of Lighting Technology Part 1 Incandescent

What Is Solid State Lighting?


Jan 6, 2017 9:54:06 AM

When discussing or purchasing LED lights – or comparing light choices – the common phrase "solid state lighting" surfaces. Buyers aren't always sure what that means or why it's important. A little extra knowledge is always helpful when making the right purchase, so let's talk about solid state lighting (or SSL) and what it means!

LED Basics: Color Temperature


Jan 6, 2017 9:20:47 AM

Just recently, an overheard conservation of a customer in a big box store went something like this: “I need this color temperature for my ceiling fan lights.”  Certainly, retailers and manufacturers emphasize terms such as “color temperature” on their packaging.  A quick look at retail store displays discloses that a color temperature range of

LED Basics: Lumens


Jan 5, 2017 6:04:49 PM

When considering lighting fixtures, the lumen works as one measure of the amount of light that a fixture can produce. While the lumen measures the total perceived power of a light source, consumers as well as many professionals use the term “lumen” to define brightness.  However, the measurement of lumens points to the distinction between two different types of light measurements.

LED Basics: Anatomy Of An LED Light Fixture


Jan 5, 2017 4:34:40 PM

The applications for indoor and outdoor LED fixtures have become almost limitless. Indoor lighting applications are ideal for, but not limited to, schools, food processing plants, warehousing, manufacturing facilities, office buildings, and a wide range of retail lighting. Outdoor applications can range from site and area lighting to parking garage and street lighting. Regardless of the configuration, all fixtures consist of a light source, a driver/controller, and optics.

Benefits of LED Lighting