Posts Tagged: Power-over-Ethernet

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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 logo

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

igor

igor tech

Igor-Tech is yet another Iowa-based startup launching a Power-over-Ethernet lighting solution.  Not much yet in the way of details on their site, but it looks like another commercial office-focused system design.

igor

igor tech

Igor-Tech is yet another Iowa-based startup launching a Power-over-Ethernet lighting solution.  Not much yet in the way of details on their site, but it looks like another commercial office-focused system design.

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innovative lighting

Innovative Lighting is a startup based in a small town in Iowa that is developing a PoE lighting system they are branding Genisys (Iowa of all places…where my dad goes for antique John Deere meet ups!).  I’m impressed by their progress –

GenisysPoEWeb

innovative lighting

Innovative Lighting is a startup based in a small town in Iowa that is developing a PoE lighting system they are branding Genisys (Iowa of all places…where my dad goes for antique John Deere meet ups!).  I’m impressed by their progress –

microsemi

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

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.

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voltserver

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science has awarded three Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants targeting key advances in solid-state lighting (SSL) technology.  One of them caught my eye:  VoltServer, Inc. won a grant for “Low-Cost, High-Efficiency

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voltserver

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Science has awarded three Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grants targeting key advances in solid-state lighting (SSL) technology.  One of them caught my eye:  VoltServer, Inc. won a grant for “Low-Cost, High-Efficiency

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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-led-driver-1

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