April 2014: Solid-State Lighting


Why lighting professionals matter

Lighting upgrades have long been recognized as one of the easiest, most cost-effective ways to...

Manufacturers are focusing on developing decorative, sculptural OLED creations, such as Osram Sylvania's Rollercoaster luminaire.

The organic light-emitting diode (OLED) is one of the lighting industry’s most exciting technologies. It...

Electrical professionals understand that the purpose of a smoke detection and alarm system is generally...

Department of Energy statistics reveal that approximately 22 percent of all electricity generated in the...

Validation for SSL costs come in all sorts of ways, including the need for less copper wire.

If your sales pitch regarding light-emitting diode (LED) technology is that it lasts forever, uses...

Panduit PanTherLS8EQ thermal transfer printer

It wasn’t that long ago that portable labeling tools were simple devices that embossed letters...

While lighting control technology has proven to be a great means for reducing energy consumption,...

Rather than plugging it into the wall, imagine charging a cell phone or other portable...

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, A variety of LED wallpacks, area lights, bollards and flood lights from RAB Lighting illuminate the exterior of Idaho's Museum of Clean in Pocatello., In 2012, the parking garages at Minnesota's Mall of America were upgraded with more than 5,600 LED luminaires from Acuity Brands Lighting.
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Department of Energy statistics reveal that approximately 22 percent of all electricity generated in the United States is used for lighting, and about 10 percent of that is us

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The Ivanpah Solar Electricity-Generating System ­located in California’s Mojave Desert became formally operational on Feb. 13, 2014.

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Transformer secondary conductor rules are similar to the rules for tap conductors.

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One-upmanship is commonplace in the new age of energy innovation, as manufacturers continually try to outdo their competitors with the next big thing.

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When a particular technology catches on, it can touch every aspect of daily life. Even the most mundane of functions can be transformed.