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Lowline Lab Underground Park Features Lighting Science LED Lighting

Lighting Science Lowline Lab project

LED lighting company Lighting Science announced a first of its kind collaboration with the Manhattan-based Lowline Lab.  The Lowline Lab is a precursor and testing ground for The Lowline, the world’s first underground park. Lighting Science has created a custom LED grow lighting for The Lowline, an underground facility about …

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Inventronics Expands Wireless Dimming Controller Options

Inventronics releases Enocean compatible LED dimmer driver Ctl-Enoc-xx

Inventronics of Hangzhou, China, has expanded its wireless dimming controller options. The company released the CTL-ENOC-EU for use with EnOcean-based lighting devices. This new product the CTL-ENOC-EU is certified for use in Europe, while the previously released Inventronics CTL-ENOC-NA is certified for use in North America. Both the CTL-ENOC-EU and the …

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OVO Wroclaw Uses Philips Lighting and Controls

Philips Lighting has completed the dynamic LED lighting for the apartment and hotel complex known as OVO Wrocław located in Wrocław, Poland. Gottesman-Szmelcman Architecture designed the uniquely modern building that opened in August 2016 and worked with Philips on the LED lighting solution. The building uses 8,500 luminaries, 6,750 remote …

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Cree Selected for Comprehensive McLaren Healthcare System Lighting Upgrade

Durham, North Carolina-based Cree, Inc. reported that Michigan-based integrated healthcare network McLaren Health Care (McLaren) chose Cree LED Lighting and Cree SmartCast® Technology to improve both interior and exterior lighting at 11 hospitals. Connected LED lighting with control and monitoring is a natural fit for healthcare facilities, many of which …

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Espen Launches Double-Ended, 8-Foot T8 Lamps

Espen Technology - Flex DE double ended, 8-foot TLED lamps

Espen Technology based in Santa Fe Springs, California USA has launched a new line of double-ended, 8-foot, A/C-Direct (UL-Type B) LED T8 lamps. The lamps are members of Espen’s Flex line of internal driver lamps. The 8-foot Flex DE lamps accept dual voltage at both ends (120/277VAC), and they come …

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Universal Lighting Technologies Adds Diversa Sensor Line

Universal Lighting Technologies -- Diversa ceiling mounted sensor

Universal Lighting Technologies, Inc. of Nashville, Tennessee, a member of the Panasonic Group, has added the Diversa® sensor line to its lighting control solutions. The Diversa line includes Power Packs, Switch Mount Sensors, Ceiling Mount Sensors, and Corner Wall Mount Sensors. Diversa options include PIR sensing products and dual technology. …

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Joliet to Get LED Street Lights

The city of Joliet, Illinois expects to save money with the installation of more than 1000 LED street lights that will replace the city’s high-pressure sodium lights, according to an article in The Herald News. The city anticipates that the new LED street lights will last for 20 years, five …

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Orion to Supply Troffer Retrofits for Healthcare Facilities

Orion Energy Systems, Inc. of Manitowoc, Wisconsin reported that an important Healthcare Real Estate Investment Trust (REIT) has chosen Orion’s patented HARRIS LED LDR®Troffer Retrofit system for a multi-facility rollout. So far, Orion, through its installation partner, has received about $900,000 in orders for 70 of the company’s 342 facilities. …

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Tridonic Launches LED Modules for Industrial Luminaires

Tridonic of Dornbirn, Austria has introduced a line of LED modules for industrial lighting luminaires. The new LED modules from Tridonic can provide light for downlights in multi-storey car parks, warehouses, and factories. Such lighting applications require high lumen values and robust luminaires. Tridonic says that these new modules meet …

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