SlimStyle emulates the look of an incandescent from the front, but features a slender profile that conceals LEDs in a form reminiscent of the Edison bulb with a smaller heat sink than earlier generations of LED lamps.Read More
A thin profile and white-colored facing help the PrevaLED Cube light engine to blend into a space’s design aesthetic as well as to accommodate retrofit applications.Read More
Designed to withstand high ambient temperatures, the Oslon Square LED utilizes a smaller heat sink to streamline the designs of luminaires and lamps.Read More
Designed for high-power, medium-resolution, pixelated and dynamic color LED lighting applications, PowerPix 1 modules comprise flexible and individually controllable IP67 strings and 1W RGBW pixels.Read More
The XPM 80 Series incorporates Xicato's Corrected Cold Phosphor Technology and measures 1.77" in diameter and 0.67" in depth with a 0.24" optical aperture.Read More
This XLM series is designed to replace conventional sources in both exterior and interior applications, such as wallwashing, accent lighting, and general ambient lighting.Read More
This AC line-powered high-brightness luminaire is available in four lengths (12", 24", 36", and 48") and comes with nine, 18, 27, or 36 LEDs.Read More
Designed for general lighting, wallwashing, and covelighting, the Cove Light AC HO is controlled by leading/trailing edge phase-cut dimmers and has dimming capabilities up to 5% without flickering.Read More
The Butler XT2 controls up to 1,024 DMX/RDM channels, is scalable up to 65,536 channels, and supports RDM protocol for bidirectional communication.Read More
This low-voltage light strip has a tape adhesive backing and is field-cuttable for a wide range of indoor and outdoor applications.Read More
Lighting designer Christopher Cheap has started his own lighting practice in New York City. The name of the new firm is Dot Dash.
The Designers Lighting Forum of New York has announced its speaker lineup for its upcoming LED technology showcase, LEDucation.
Lightfair has announced that this annual lighting trade show and conference will return to New York City in 2015.
Horton Lees Brogden Lighting Design has announced the promotion of three of its senior level staff: Carrie Hawley, Tina Aghassian, and Lee E. Brandt.
The IALD Education Trust has named Laura Prestwood Thompson the Trust’s President’s Select Director for 2014-2015.
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