Illumination in Focus Spring 2013 issue

The Spring 2013 issue of Illumination in Focus is now available.

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Contoured LED lighting highlights wines with no reflections at Vintry Fine Wines (Photography by Emile Dubuisson)

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Iif Lfi 062013
LIGHTFAIR
Controls and color tuning take center stage at LFI
LED-based lighting with adaptive controls and/or tuning became mainstream, although legacy sources surprised at Innovation Awards. Maury Wright



Iif Intelligent 062013


INTELLIGENT LIGHTING
Networked retrofit will slash energy use for contract manufacturer
The combination of energy efficient LED and fluorescent lighting combined with network control is projected to reduce lighting costs by $50,000 annually. Maury Wright




Awards 062013
AWARDS
Indoor NGL competition recognizes 32 SSL fixtures
Track-mounted accent luminaires and linear pendants overshadow other categories in the last Next Generation Luminaires awards that spotlight LED-based products worthy of commercial specification. Julie MacShane




Iif Building 062013
BUILDING SYSTEMS
Lighting automation maximizes building energy savings
Fixture-level sensors controlled by wireless technology marries lighting and building automation with aesthetics to maximize efficiency. Scott Whitehead, president, Whitehead Energy Solutions





Iif Controlling 062013
CONTROLLING LEDS
Understanding compatibility performance, and dimming issues in LED lighting
Dimming LEDs can increase worker productivity, enhance ambiance, and save energy. Eric Lind, VP of global specifications at Lutron Electronics



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COMMENTARY
EPA continues to pursue an agreeable lamps specification

LIGHTBEAT

  • GE Lighting presents 30th annual Edison Awards
  • DOE releases energy savings and ambient lighting research
  • Diffuser lenses return in LED fixtures
  • Schools: Fluorescent lighting and controls slash energy


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