This LED driver offers five fixed-output current options per model for powering LED light engines in high-bay, industrial, and direct-indirect applications. Read More
Cree’s LMH2 LED Module with sunset dimming emulates the dimming capabilities of an incandescent light source.Read More
For use in dry and wet locations, the tapelight is offered in three IP ratings of 20, 54, and 68.Read More
Louis Poulsen updated its 104W Kipp Post LED outdoor fixture, which is part of the Kipp outdoor product family.Read More
Acuity Brands has added a retrofit PAR 38 LED lamp for use in recessed applications to its S-Series of LED lamps.Read More
Universal Lighting Technologies is expanding its Everline product family with a series of digitally programmable 55W LED drivers that allow factory or OEM settings to specific current levels.Read More
A flexible, low-voltage LED system for highlighting architectural details, Flexlum is available in modular strand, flexible channel, and straight channel styles.Read More
TerraLux designed a fully-integrated, plug-and-play, 15W LED retrofit solution for ceiling fixtures and pendants. Read More
Element is a low-voltage, linear, modular striplight kit offered in either cool- or warm-white LEDs with a 120-degree beam distribution. Read More
Luxeon Q is a direct drop-in high-power LED module replacement for the standard 3535 surface-mount package.Read More
The new facility will host programs dedicated to architecture, light, and technology, and include LightLAB, an innovation incubator for the Group’s brands: Zumtobel, Thorn, and Tridonic.
Hanley’s tenure of 26 years is the longest of any of the association’s head-of-staff since the organization’s founding in 1906.
Amy Huntington has been named the new president of Philips Lighting Americas
Through rigorous negotiations and an inspired plan, lighting designer Chérine Saroufim Sacy transforms the Banque du Liban’s Money Museum in Beirut into the first Lebanese museum to use only LEDs.
A look back at some of the people the lighting community lost in 2014.
From crowdfunding to 3D printing, last year’s innovations have the industry looking forward to what’s next.
Marlon Blackwell Architects and Renfro Design Group have designed a new home for the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture that illuminates in more ways than one.
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