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All posts tagged 'LEDs'

Check out all of the posts tagged with 'LEDs' below. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

LED Lighting Makes Pro, Trains For Super Bowl Debut

Forbes, Jan. 27, 2015, by Heather Clancy.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/heatherclancy/2015/01/27/led-lighting-makes-pro-trains-for-super-bowl-debut/

"This year’s Super Bowl will the first played under energy-sipping LED lights. The University of Phoenix Stadium, host to the Feb. 1 game, uses 312 fixtures made by Ephesus Lighting, which specializes in technology for fields, arenas and the like. The lights replaced 780 metal halide fixtures."

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Specifying LED Luminaires

Consulting-Specifying Engineer, Aug. 2014, by Brian Fiander.
http://www.csemag.com/industry-news/codes-and-standards-updates/single-article/specifying-led-luminaires/aa5a4f9f407c8257856e0f6ef4966919.html

"LEDs are in demand because of their energy efficiency and long lifecycle. This article reviews the key aspects of specifying LEDs, provides a lifecycle comparison to other types of lighting, and discusses the codes that dictate their specification."

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Energy Savings Forecast of Solid-State Lighting in General Illumination Applications

U.S. Dept. of Energy by Navigant Consulting, Aug. 2014.
http://apps1.eere.energy.gov/buildings/publications/pdfs/ssl/energysavingsforecast14.pdf

"This study estimates the expected future adoption of LEDs based on the current trajectory for the technology and does not necessarily represent the maximum potential—both in terms of market penetration and energy savings—of LED technology."

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LEDs: A Deep Dive in Dimming

Architectural Lighting, May/Jun 2014, by Alice Liao.
http://www.archlighting.com/leds/leds-a-deep-dive-in-dimming_o.aspx

"By its nature, solid-state lighting can dim smoothly, but when paired with legacy technology, some outstanding issues may reappear."

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A Discussion on Dimming [LEDs]

LD+A, May 2014, by Scott Barney.
http://www.erglighting.com/media/wysiwyg/pdfs/articleLD-Amag_May2014.pdf

"Complaints of flicker, flutter, EMI disturbance and other complications stemming from an incompatibility between the LED source, dimmer and driver reveal that industry-wide confusion still reigns when it comes to the proper pairing and application of these critical components."

Fighting Flicker [in LEDs]

Architectural Lighting, Mar./Apr. 2014, by Wanda Lau.
http://www.archlighting.com/leds/leds-fighting-flicker_o.aspx

"The onset of LEDs in lighting has brought manufacturers and designers back to the drawing board to discuss an age-old problem."

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The State of Solid-State [Lighting]

Architectural SSL, Feb. 2014, by Barbara Horwitz-Bennett.
http://issuu.com/constructionbusinessmedia/docs/1402_archssl (scroll to page 12)

"Innovations to light source technology, particularly in the form of ceramics and chip-on-board arrays continue to help the development of life and performance of LED, while simultaneously helping to bring down cost."

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