December 2016: Lighting Special Report

 

Courtesy of LEDvance and Hubbel

For a long time, the lighting industry relied on conventional, legacy light sources and traditional...

Flicker in light sources is an old problem made new again in the LED age....

Fluorescent tubes remain a popular lighting choice in offices and are more amenable to dimming with controllable ballasts.

LED marketing can give the impression that digital lighting has left other lighting sources in...

As a digital replacement for their fluorescent counterparts, linear or tubular LEDs (TLEDs) are winning...

Fluke offers a full range of infrared cameras for non-contact inspection of electrical panels.

Tiny video cameras mounted at the end of flexible cables. Infrared thermal imaging cameras that...


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| December 2016
Last month, I discussed making loss measurements with a light source and power meter—what we call optical insertion loss—and the causes of errors in those measurements.

| December 2016
One challenge with going to one of America’s iconic eating establishments—the diner—is that the menu has so many choices that decisions can change a dozen times before the ser

Replacing the driver

| December 2016
The majority of LED lighting products use an electronic driver that functions similarly to a fluorescent ballast.

What is a knife switch?

| December 2016
Jim Dollard has an extensive background in codes and standards. If you have a query about the National Electrical Code (NEC), Jim will help you solve it.

Courtesy of LEDvance and Hubbel, Courtesy of Focal Point, Hubbell, Philips LEDalight, Landscape Forms, Eaton
| December 2016
For a long time, the lighting industry relied on conventional, legacy light sources and traditional designs.

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