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    LEDs Magazine April/May 2022 Issue
    All illustrations courtesy Radix IoT
    Ideally, all facility logistics, operations, and systems will be managed with integrated information technology (IT) and operational technology (OT) strategies and adhere to common IT standards.
    Connected SSL & Controls

    Safeguard connected lighting systems with IT standards (MAGAZINE)

    April 19, 2022
    Lighting and building technology integration professionals can employ IT standards for securing converged smart systems to eliminate communications loopholes and gaps in device...
    Manufacturing Services & Testing

    Signify outlines mercury-free lighting transition recommendations (MAGAZINE)

    April 19, 2022
    Signify CEO ERIC RONDOLAT encourages policymakers to avoid regional workarounds that may complicate a transition away from producing and selling mercury-containing fluorescent...
    Adobe Stock Image
    Product Spotlight Stock Hort
    Horticultural Lighting

    Product Spotlight: Horticultural Lighting (MAGAZINE)

    April 19, 2022
    In a new department, managing editor CARRIE MEADOWS compiles a selection of recently launched horticultural products with features to address varying needs in indoor grow operations...
    Editorial Director Wanda Lau
    LEDs & SSL Design

    Professionals are people first (MAGAZINE)

    April 19, 2022
    Editorial director WANDA LAU seeks more insight into the experiences that influence professionals across the LED lighting, supply, and design chain; direct their business decisions...
    Josh Partee
    Laboratory, Gladys Valley Marine Studies Building, Oregon State University
    Architectural Lighting

    Designers harmonize daylight and electric light across vastly different projects (MAGAZINE)

    April 19, 2022
    Luma Lighting Design, Dyer Brown, and MCLA experts share how they select fixtures and controls to accentuate architectural features in harmony with natural illumination.

    More content from Volume 19, Issue 3

    Illustration commissioned by Jeff Hulett | Vektrex
    The IES and CIE are shortening the test pulses used for LED measurements.
    Manufacturing Services & Testing

    The 20-ms-pulse era is ending — Shorter pulses deliver better measurements (MAGAZINE)

    April 19, 2022
    Today’s LEDs require updated measurement methods for proper characterization, given their architectural advances. JEFF HULETT explains why pulses shorter than 20 ms will achieve...
    Kenall | Clifford J. Yahnke
    A comparison between laboratory and occupied room measurements highlights the much shorter distance at which laboratory measurements are performed. This typically overestimates the performance of the disinfectant and ignores the contribution of room occupants.
    Lighting for Health & Wellbeing

    How to deploy a comprehensive approach for disinfection applications (MAGAZINE)

    April 14, 2022
    Source lifetimes, germicidal efficacy, and the nature of room usage, surfaces, and occupancy should influence the design and application of whole-room disinfection systems, writes...