Posts Tagged: PoE

microsemi

Most of the key tech innovations in the lighting industry are coming from outside of the lighting industry.  And even though most of the “digital” tech is based on open-standards, some of the most lighting-applicable tech is not common.  For

microsemi

Most of the key tech innovations in the lighting industry are coming from outside of the lighting industry.  And even though most of the “digital” tech is based on open-standards, some of the most lighting-applicable tech is not common.  For

nuleds

California-based Numinous is launching NuLEDs, another entrant with a Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) LED lighting system.  I say “another” because they remind me very much of the old Redwood Systems and of course, the PoE system Philips Lighting has launched.

nuleds

California-based Numinous is launching NuLEDs, another entrant with a Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) LED lighting system.  I say “another” because they remind me very much of the old Redwood Systems and of course, the PoE system Philips Lighting has launched.

moodifier

Moodifier is a small UK startup with a nascent range of IP and Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) drivers targeted towards residential applications.  So if you’re an EE or “maker” type who wants to hack together your own residential lighting dream system, at least

moodifier

Moodifier is a small UK startup with a nascent range of IP and Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) drivers targeted towards residential applications.  So if you’re an EE or “maker” type who wants to hack together your own residential lighting dream system, at least