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Sensor Feedback can Virtually Eliminate Changes in Output and Color Over Time for Many Years
LEDs inherently fade in brightness over time and they also gradually shift in color. How quickly their brightness degrades and their color shifts depends on the LEDs and their operating…
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San Francisco’s Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC) to Switch City's Streetlights to LEDs

San Francisco streets will soon be getting a little brighter. San Francisco’s Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC), is in the process of converting the city’s 18,500 city-own streetlights to LEDs, according to an article at KTVU Local News. The SFPUC supplies water, collects and treats wastewater, and provides power for the…

Eaton Ephesus LEDs Sports Lighting Installation at Jacksonville Jaguars Practice Facility

Daily’s Place, a 5,500-person capacity amphitheater and 94,000-square foot covered flex field adjacent to EverBank Field, will serve as the indoor practice facility for the National Football League’s (NFL) Jacksonville Jaguars Power management company Eaton reported that its Ephesus LED sports lighting and controls system is being installed at Daily’s…
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Jamaica Utility to Deploy Smart Streetlight Control Solution from Silver Spring Networks

Silver Spring Networks, Inc. of San Jose, California USA, reported that the company would be working with Jamaica Public Service Company (JPS) on a utility-led, country-wide smart street light control program. JPS, an integrated electric utility company, operates as the sole distributor of electricity in Jamaica, serving over 600,000 customers.…

Lighting Controls Association (LCA) Partners with California Community College System (CCCS)

The Lighting Controls Association (LCA), a council of the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) based in Rosslyn, Virginia, has partnered with the California Community College System (CCCS). LCA and CCCS intend to educate and promote the use of automated lighting controls to the future electrical workforce of California.
CCCS boasts about…

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Future Lighting Solutions Collaborates with Solnar Metrolight Technology Inc. to Refurbish Beijing International Club Tennis Court Lighting

Beijing, China – Future Lighting Solutions is pleased to announce the successful completion of a major lighting project in Beijing with Solnar Metrolight Technology, Inc. The challenge was to refurbish lighting for the Beijing International Club Tennis Court, which required taking into consideration the many particular aspects of designing effective …

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Chauvet Lights the Dalai Lama for Event

Chauvet’s luminaires reportedly lit the stage for a special event featuring the Dalai Lama. Chauvet, a professional lighting producer based in Fayetteville, Arkansas USA, announced that the main stage of Bud Walton Arena, on the University of Arkansas campus was lit by 20 COLORado I Tri Tour wash lights for …

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Lighting Science Group and Dixon Technologies Introduce Sub-$15, 60-Watt Retrofit LED Bulb

Lighting Science Group of Satellite Beach, Florida USA, and Dixon Technologies India Pvt. Ltd, an electronics products manufacturer in India, unveiled one of their first joint products at a press conference in New Delhi. The companies jointly developed a high-performance, sub-$15 omnidirectional 60-watt equivalent A19 LED bulb that will be …

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East Lyme, Connecticut Lights Downtown with LED Luminaires from Hubbell Lighting

Architectural Area Lighting, a division of Hubbell Lighting, has provided East Lyme, CT with its first outdoor area luminaires to incorporate powerful LED technology packaged in a designer housing. Just 10 miles west of Mystic, CT, A picturesque New England coastline community on Long Island Sound, East Lyme recently replaced …

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