April 2016: Smart Lighting

 

Looking beyond the apps


In the not-too-distant future, 
a time may come when electrical contractors will entertain their grandchildren...

While the light-emitting diode (LED) has gotten a lot of attention in recent years, another...

Outdoor settings are good demonstration sites to compare lighting choices. This parking lot originally featured metal halide fixtures. (Shown here)

Be it for selection, verification or refinement, a light-emitting diode (LED) lighting installation demonstration is...

In some ways, electrical contractors are becoming manufacturers. Companies of all sizes are prefabricating and...

For the ease light-emitting diodes (LEDs) can offer in providing an effective, low-draw and energy-efficient...

With cities and utilities worldwide upgrading to light-emitting diode (LED) lighting for streets and outdoor...

Flire CM174 600A AC/DC imaging clamp meter with infrared guided measurement

Thermal imaging is a well-established method of detecting potential problems and issues in electrical systems....


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, The aisles were packed. We heard over 20,000 people attended the show., Editor Julie Mazur meets with Sunny Han from Nanoleaf, which has some very fun and functional lighting products., Julie meets with Brian Bloom who told us about Acclaim, a lighting company founded in DJ entertainment., The big trend at Lightfair seemed to be sensors built into luminaires, like this one at the Sengled booth., Shuji Nakamura's Nobel Prize for the blue LED was on display at Soraa's booth., Obligatory artistic shot of some really cool lamps at the Tech Lighting booth., San Diego Convention Center resembles a space port in places., Osram Sylvania hosted an event where they made some exciting announcements. This was the view., And there were fireworks!
| April 2016
Last week, some of the magazine staff were in San Diego for Lightfair. Of course, if you follow us on Twitter or Instagram, you already know that.

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