The Super Pulse Start Ceramic lamp series offers high-efficacy, warm 3000K light to help designers showcase colorful products in retail spaces.Read More
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
A series of five Shylights is now part of the museum’s collection and on permanent display.
Cashel Brown, a post-graduate student of lighting design at Edinburgh Napier University is the second recipient of this scholarship named in honor of the late lighting designer Jonathan Speirs.
Greg Merritt, vice president of marketing and public affairs is one of six individuals newly elected to The Alliance to Save Energy’s Board of Directors.
An update to its 2012 white paper, LSD 64-2014 clarifies terminology related to daylight responsive controls.
The three-year agreement allows the two organizations to more actively collaborate and exchange technical information.
A breakdown of the lighting indices from the National Electrical Manufacturers Association and National Lighting Bureau.
The Building Energy Exchange is conducting a commercial lighting retrofit survey geared toward the New York construction market. Feb. 20 is the deadline for participation.
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