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Lightfair Innovation Awards

The Lightfair Innovation Awards program kicked off the May 9 opening of the annual trade show, held this year in Las Vegas. The program received 228 lighting-related product submissions in 14 categories. The two categories with the most entries—"conventional lamps, retrofit/replacement LED lamps," and "controls, daylighting integration, building/site automation systems, power distribution systems"—foreshadowed the prevalence of these product types displayed on the trade show floor by many of the 500-plus exhibitors. More

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Acuity Brands Lighting to Work with Lighting Science Group

Acuity Brands Lighting has entered an alliance with Lighting Science Group Corp. to develop and launch multiple LED-based products as part of Acuity Brands' product portfolio. Acuity says Lighting Science Group is a way to improve its architectural, commercial, industrial,and public infrastructure products. Lighting Science Group will have the use of Acuity's distribution network. More

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Villa Plans New Headquarters

Commercial lighting distributor Villa Lighting of St. Louis will begin construction of a 222,573-square-foot office/warehouse in March that will serve as its headquarters building, and expects to complete the $13-million project by the end of 2008. The 10.4-acre site is located in St. Louis. Villa will occupy 22,647 square feet of office space and 104,591 square feet of warehouse space, and will lease the remaining space. More

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H8643

This shallow-depth, wide-beam downlight operates interchangeably with one 26W, 32W, or 42W triple-tube compact fluorescent lamp. A steel housing protects and aligns the reflectors and lamps. Reducing recess-depth installation requirements, the socket is mounted horizontally in an ellipsoidal primary reflector for wide distribution. The 6-inch parabolic trim is available in several standard and custom finishes. More

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Nanolux

Using a patented polymer lensing technology, NanoLux LEDs provide even light distribution for a variety of applications. Ranging from 1.3W to 3W, these lamps are intended to replace 15W to 25W incandescents. They have a shatterproof shell and are UL-listed for wet locations. NanoLux LEDs are available in blue, green, red, amber, and white, in both S11 and G19 lamps styles. More

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Energizing New Orleans

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