Posts Tagged: leds magazine

eaton low voltage lighting system

Via LEDsMagazine, a very interesting article and video interview between LEDs Magazine Editor-in-Chief Maury Wright and Eaton VP Ken Walma detailing Eaton’s new distributed low-voltage DC power system for LED lighting, which Eaton launched at Lightfair 2016.. Even though Eaton is

eaton low voltage lighting system

Via LEDsMagazine, a very interesting article and video interview between LEDs Magazine Editor-in-Chief Maury Wright and Eaton VP Ken Walma detailing Eaton’s new distributed low-voltage DC power system for LED lighting, which Eaton launched at Lightfair 2016.. Even though Eaton is

philips luminous patterns: LEDs Magazine

Maury Wright from LEDs Magazine gave Luminous Patterns some nice coverage in a recent post. Thanks Maury!

philips luminous patterns: LEDs Magazine

Maury Wright from LEDs Magazine gave Luminous Patterns some nice coverage in a recent post. Thanks Maury!

LEDs Magazine: OP-ED regarding investment in sustainability

Updated:  Here is the link to the online article. LEDs Magazine has just published an opinion piece I authored urging the U.S. DOE and other groups to invest in R+D focused on Circular Economy strategies for the lighting industry.  Follow

LEDs Magazine: OP-ED regarding investment in sustainability

Updated:  Here is the link to the online article. LEDs Magazine has just published an opinion piece I authored urging the U.S. DOE and other groups to invest in R+D focused on Circular Economy strategies for the lighting industry.  Follow

LEDs Magazine: LED modules advance in performance

In the October 2013 issue of LEDs Magazine, Maury Wright authored a piece titled “LED modules advance in performance, standardization questions persist”, in which Maury reviews the reasoning behind and the current status of various LED modules, including the impact of

LEDs Magazine: LED modules advance in performance

In the October 2013 issue of LEDs Magazine, Maury Wright authored a piece titled “LED modules advance in performance, standardization questions persist”, in which Maury reviews the reasoning behind and the current status of various LED modules, including the impact of

1.6 hours/day: do consumers need durable LED lamps?

Our friends at the U.S. DOE Solid-State Lighting group just released a new study called the “Residential Lighting End-Use Consumption Study“. I’ll get to the punchline right away: A lamp in the average U.S. household typically runs only 1.6 hours

1.6 hours/day: do consumers need durable LED lamps?

Our friends at the U.S. DOE Solid-State Lighting group just released a new study called the “Residential Lighting End-Use Consumption Study“. I’ll get to the punchline right away: A lamp in the average U.S. household typically runs only 1.6 hours