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LEDs: Understanding Optical Performance
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LEDs: Understanding Optical Performance

Solid-state lighting can offer unparalleled performance if accompanied by the... More

Comment: Learning By Doing
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Comment: Learning By Doing

What I learned by participating in the International Landscape Lighting Institute... More

Solid-State Success: BeveLED 2.0, USAI
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Solid-State Success: BeveLED 2.0, USAI

Combining an adjustable light fixture, recessed downlight, and wallwasher in a... More

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Solid-State Success: Ergo, Prudential Lighting
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Solid-State Success: Ergo, Prudential Lighting

The Ergo LED wall sconce is designed to respond to California's healthcare-design... More

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Next Generation Luminaires Design Competition

Luminaires for general commercial applications showed marked improvement, compared to previous years, at the fourth annual Next Generation Luminaires (NGL) Solid-State Lighting (SSL) Design Competition. Results for the competition, which was launched in 2008 to promote excellence in the design of energy-efficient LED luminaires for general illumination in commercial lighting applications, were announced May 10 at Lightfair in Las Vegas. The competition split up indoor and outdoor lighting products for the first time in 2012. Of the 187 products proposed for submission in the indoor competition, 114 of which met the stringent documentation requirements to be judged, 53 were recognized as winners, indicating the judges considered them worthy of specification. Three products were recognized as Best in Class, meaning they stood out significantly above the other products in their category. Intense Lighting was selected for its MBW2 LED Track accent lighting fixture, Albeo Technologies for its H-Series LED high-bay luminaire, and Lithonia Lighting for its ST Series LED utility/general purpose luminaire. More

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The Lighting Manufacturer's Dilemma

Lights. Lamps. Fixtures. Luminaires. Lighting Products. These are a few of the many terms used to refer to the luminous objects that line our ceilings, walls, floors, and landscapes. But no matter how you refer to these illuminated entities, the core question is: What's the starting point for good luminaire design? Is it the source itself or the application? Or is it something else entirely? More

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Direct/Indirect Lighting
Soltice Sconce
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Soltice Sconce

The solid brass, polished-nickel-finished, tapered-stem Soltice Sconce uses a 60W... More

Danville Pendant
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Danville Pendant

Well-suited for residential or hospitality settings, the Danville globe pendant... More

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Rembrandt's Night Watch Comes into View

A new LED system replicates daylight and illuminates the artwork to make it closer to its original appearance. More

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