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
The Super Pulse Start Ceramic lamp series offers high-efficacy, warm 3000K light to help designers showcase colorful products in retail spaces.Read More
Louis Poulsen updated its 104W Kipp Post LED outdoor fixture, which is part of the Kipp outdoor product family.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
A mathematically inspired light wall references the transient nature of an underground commuter byway.
As LEDs become the predominant light source in the industry’s product offerings, the rate at which the technology is advancing shows no signs of slowing. What that means for lighting designers and lighting manufacturers alike.
James Carpenter Design Associates, Grimshaw, and Arup design a giant daylight reflector that draws eyes to the sky.
Ann Reo has joined Soraa as a senior vice president of product development.
The “PhosWords of the Year 2015” competition is an open call to contribute to a new vocabulary and dialogue about light and lighting.
Lighting related photos will be posted through the end of July during this six month initiative geared toward students and emerging professionals.
Renee Cooley of Cooley Monato Studio shares her thoughts on lighting design in this One-on-One interview.
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