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Secondary and sometimes tertiary optics ultimately dictate the photometric performance of solid-state lighting (SSL) lamps and luminaires.

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Packaged LEDs: Samsung debuts low-power COB LEDs, Plessey announces solid-state lighting partners

Packaged LEDs: Samsung debuts low-power COBs, Plessey partners

At LuxLive, Plessey demonstrated its silicon-based packaged LED technology in SSL product developments, while in Korea Samsung added low-end COB LEDs for indoor-lighting product developments.

Philips demonstrates SimpleSet LED driver configuration at LuxLive

Philips demonstrates SimpleSet LED driver configuration at LuxLive

Current-configuration tool for solid-state lighting (SSL) products enables customization on the manufacturing line, and the communication technology will extend into field installations and mobile-phone-based configuration.

Luxonic launches wireless adaptive controls for LEDs at LuxLive, adds luminaires

Luxonic launches wireless controls for LEDs at LuxLive, adds luminaires

The LuxLink RC technology allows for commissioning and control of luminaires with a smartphone or tablet along with autonomous adaptive controls based on occupancy and ambient light sensors.

Zumtobel refines its solid-state lighting line with tunable white products based on study

Zumtobel refines its SSL line with tunable white products based on study

The survey the company conducted in conjunction with Fraunhofer IAO revealed a preference among office workers for light in specific CCT ranges and determined that lighting users should have controls added to enable tuning to the preferred CCT.

Packaged LEDs: Osram ups COB flux, Plessey expands Si family

Packaged LEDs: Osram ups COB flux, Plessey expands Si family

Osram Opto Semiconductors offers a new 13-mm COB LED with output to 6800 lm while Plessey has developed a 4.5×4.5-mm LED that will be demonstrated at LuxLive this week.

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