Illumination in Focus Fall 2013 issue

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Basilica's exterior lighting will significantly reduce energy and maintenance costs. (Photography: Lumenpulse)

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The LED Show speakers call for better design in SSL transition
Experts presenting during the two-day conference largely agree that LED technology has arrived, although poor designs, the supply chain, and even uneducated customers still hamper a quicker transition to solid-state lighting. Maury Wright

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LED lighting: SSL is not just for accents anymore
New non-glare, white-light LED fixtures offer useful lighting and substantial energy savings, and can now cost-effectively serve in most indoor and outdoor applications. Randy Borden, founder and CEO of Borden Lighting

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The LED Show: Retrofit lamps, outdoor SSL, and control
LED retrofit lamps, adaptive controls, enabling technologies, and luminaires leave an impression at The LED Show. Maury Wright

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Daylight autonomy welcomes back the sun
Renowned American architect Louis Kahn said, "A room is not a room without natural light," and today's lighting designers and architects can leverage technology to make optimal use of daylight. Brent Protzman, lead architectural engineer at Lutron Electronics

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Dim to warm is the final piece of the LED puzzle


  • LED façade lighting highlights Gothic Revival architecture
  • Efficient LEDs move to high-CRI target

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