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Rich document C header Luminus Devices Pico-CoBs Offer the Smallest LES and Enable Tiny Light Fixtures with Punch
Luminus Devices is expanding its Gen4 LED CoB portfolio with two new Pico-CoBs with high-output and very small light emitting surfaces (LES) that enable spotlights with compact form factors, narrow beam angles, and high center beam candle power.
Rich document Lumileds Enables Next Step in Human Centric Lighting with Launch of Luxeon Fusion
Lumileds, a global leader in innovative lighting solutions, today launched Luxeon Fusion, a breakthrough platform technology that delivers unprecedented white color selection while streamlining fixture manufacturing.
Rich document Use Moso's New LED Driver as "Black-Box" of LED Luminaries
Moso will launch latest X6 LED drivers in LFI show next week in USA, the concept is using the led driver as "Black-box" of the LED luminaries. X6 LED drivers are developed for professional exterior lighting, including public lighting, industrial lighting, horticulture lighting, etc, with premium quality and advanced functionalities.
Rich document Tridonic LLE advanced 5 - Freedom of Design for Linear and Area Luminaires with Better Efficiency
The fifth generation of the LLE ADV series offers an amazing improvement in efficacy and new features for modules with widths of 16 mm and 55 mm. 16 mm modules are now available in 70 mm lengths, and 55 mm modules are now fitted with holes for greater compatibility with commercially available lenses.
Rich document Melanopic Green - The Other Side of Blue
LpR 71 Article - page 74: For years now, there has been a controversial discussion about the amount of blue light in LEDs. Medical studies have shown that, depending on the amount, blue light at night disrupts the circadian rhythm. As a result, warm white (<3000 K) light sources are often touted as a solution for street lighting as well. Ian Ashdown, P. Eng. (Ret.), FIES Senior Scientist at SunTracker Technologies discusses whether or not it is sufficient to only look at the CDT or if other wavelengths and aspects should be considered. Numerous medical studies have shown that exposure to blue light at night suppresses the production of melatonin by the pineal gland in our brains and so disrupts our circadian rhythms. As a result, we may have difficulty sleeping. It is therefore only common sense that we should specify warm white (3000 K) light sources wherever possible, especially for street lighting. - True or false?
Rich document American Bright's Full Line of RGB with Built-in IC Devices
American Bright introduces a full line of addressable RGB LED devices with built-in IC. This intelligent LED device integrates RGB chips and a control circuit into a single and compact package, available in 5050, 3528, and 4020 (side-emitting), suitable for indoor and outdoor, gaming machine, and all kinds of entertainment lighting.
Rich document DiiA Introduces D4i Bringing Standardization to Intra-Luminaire DALI
The Digital Illumination Interface Alliance (DiiA) has unveiled its new D4i logo and certification program for intra-luminaire DALI. D4i extends the existing DALI-2 certification program with additional features and functions, creating new possibilities for DALI in the IoT world.
Rich document DiiA Holds DALI-2 Seminar at Lightfair International
Speakers representing DiiA, ANSI and Georgia Power will offer an in-depth look at the digital DALI-2 protocol, and will also describe standardization of intra-luminaire DALI and implementation in one of the world's largest outdoor lighting networks.
Rich document Controlling Current, Duty Cycle and Pulses Allows Color Tuning in Monolithic GaN LEDs
A new technique - the result of an international collaboration of scientists from Lehigh University, West Chester University, Osaka University and the University of Amsterdam - could pave the way for monolithic integration for simple color tuning of a light bulb, according to Volkmar Dierolf, Distinguished Professor and Chair of Lehigh's Department of Physics who worked on the project.
Rich document Red XLamp LEDs Delivers Best-in-Class Horticulture Efficiency
Cree, Inc. announces the next-generation XLamp® XP-E2 Photo Red (660 nm) and Far Red (730 nm) LEDs, delivering breakthrough performance for horticulture applications. The new Red XP-E2 LEDs provide a drop-in upgrade for the previous generation that outperforms competing LEDs by up to 68 percent. These higher-performance horticulture LEDs increase the efficiency of LED luminaires and shorten their payback periods, making it more affordable to grow food under optimized lighting.
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