The latest update to the Philips ColorKinetics iColor intelligent color-changing MR16 LED lamps offers up to 151 lumens of RGB light via high-intensity LED sources and with 17-, 30-, and 90-degree beam angles.Read More
These quartz metal halide lamps contain two quartz arc tubes, extending the life of the lamp to 40,000 hours twice as long as standard probe-start metal halide lamps.Read More
Suitable for use in interior and exterior applications, this 120V PAR30 long neck is available in 3000K with a CRI of 95 and a R9 value of 95.Read More
Soraa’s full-visible-spectrum LED AR111 low-voltage lamp—available with a CRI of 95 and an R9 value of 95—is intended for use in both indoor and outdoor applications.Read More
Osram Sylvania is expanding its collection of Ultra LED lamps to include a dimmable replacement for a 40W incandescent B10 lamp.Read More
This 7W MR16 retrofit lamp features chip-on-board LEDs for a single shadow.Read More
This LED A19 retrofit lamp consumes 11W and distributes 825 lumens over 270 degrees.Read More
Engineered to meet the lighting efficiency requirements of the U.S. Department of Energy’s 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act, this family of halogen PAR lamps improves lumens per watt by an average of 30% over traditional models.Read More
Part of Lighting Science’s Definity Digital Series of biologically corrected light sources, Good Night works with the human body’s circadian rhythm to support natural melatonin production by emitting less blue light.Read More
This multiple source, 19W PAR38 LED lamp is designed for improved glare control and efficacy.Read More
Lighting designer Phil Gabriel passed away on Aug. 9. A great advocate of the profession and of lighting education, his efforts on behalf of the lighting design community will be missed.
On June 19, the Illuminating Engineering Society New York City Section (IESNYC) recognized the work of its members during its annual award dinner the 46th Lumen Awards. Twelve projects representing 10 New York City-based design firms received awards.
Here is a listing of some of the lighting industry events and deadlines that will be occurring in September 2014. Information is correct at this posting. Be sure to check the respective event websites directly regarding any updates or changes.
This year, two projects played the roles of design-issue instigators: the Lowline and the New York City Streetlight.
A white-light color palette distinguishes between the man-made and natural elements of this memorial commemorating those that have been lost to politically and socially charged violence.
Fixtures from Eaton’s Cooper Lighting Business, Hubbell Lighting, Acuity Brands/Holophane, and Cree offer high output and sturdy construction for a range of high-traffic and hazardous spaces.
New Haven, Conn.-based lighting manufacturer Electrix Inc. has announced that as of July 31, 2014, the company’s assets have been acquired by Evolution Lighting LLC and its investor partner Boyne Capital Partners.
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