Date Announced: 17 Nov 2009 -- Record Number of Products Accepted into Annual IES Progress ReportEAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey -– Traxon Technologies, a leading provider of advanced LED systems, and e:cue lighting control today announced that 16 of their products have been recognized by the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) as innovative and significant advancements to the art of science and lighting. A record-setting number of Traxon and e:cue products have been accepted into the 2009 IES Progress Report, which highlights significant product developments and improvements to the lighting industry each year. “We are greatly honored to be recognized by the IES, and featured in their Progress Report which elicits great respect throughout the industry,” said Tony Carrella, president, Traxon Technologies and e:cue lighting control. “It is a great validation to the innovation and commitment of the Traxon and e:cue team to have so many products, from our XB luminaires to our standalone plug ‘n’ play controllers, accepted into the IES Progress Report.”Accepted products include the latest and most innovative technologies from both Traxon Technologies and e:cue. Products from Traxon that are completely new to the industry are the 64 PXL Board RGB, the Mesh RBG, the Graze XB, and the Wash XB. In addition, e:cue is represented in the Progress Report with products that include the Butler XT, the e:cue connect base, DMX2DALI and DMX2PWM. Furthermore, Traxon’s IMAGIC WEAVE, a fusion of stainless steel mesh and state-of-the-art LED technology, has also been accepted. Other products include the Light-Drive Jog and Light-Drive RGB; Video Micro Converter; the e:cue programmer 5.0 and the e:cue light-drive elite, and projects such as the Lutron Showroom and New York City New Year’s Eve Ball control. Each year the IES Progress Committee offers manufacturers the opportunity to submit significant product developments and improvements to the lighting industry through the IES Progress Report. Each product in the report has been evaluated by the committee and judged to be unique, innovative, and significant to the lighting industry. The 2009 IES Progress Report will appear in the January 2010 issue of LD+A, the IES' monthly magazine and will be posted to the IES website (www.ies.org). In addition, products included in this year's report were featured in a lively and informative presentation by the IES Progress Committee members on Monday, November 16, 2009 at the IES Annual Conference in Seattle, Washington.About IESThe Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) is the recognized technical authority on illumination. For over 100 years, its objective has been to communicate information on all aspects of good lighting practice to its members, to the lighting community, and to consumers, through a variety of programs, publications, and services. Through technical committees, IES correlates research, investigations, and discussions to guide lighting professionals and lay persons via consensus-based lighting.About Traxon/e:cue Traxon Technologies is a global leader in LED lighting systems with major offices and certified integration specialists around the world and is part of the Industry sector of OSRAM. Combining state-of-the-art technology with award winning designs, Traxon develops innovative, sustainable lighting devices, providing the highest quality products for every demand. Traxon offers scalable LED applications in RGB and white, fully integrated control solutions and applies all benefits of LEDs as a highly efficient, long lasting and environmental friendly light source. With its expertise in both small applications controlled by easy-to-handle user interfaces as well as huge and powerful server controlled installations, Traxon ensures that even the most challenging concepts are easily put into practice. e:cue lighting control develops and manufactures a full range of control solutions which include software, user terminals, engines, and interfaces. Employing an open architecture, e:cue is structured to control a wide variety of lighting fixtures and technologies, regardless of manufacturer. e:cue control systems are deployed in a variety of theatrical and architectural applications and are well-suited to extraordinary construction and design concepts.For more information visit www.traxontechnologies.com and www.ecue.de.
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