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    June 2023 LEDs Magazine
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    Horticultural Lighting

    STANDARDS | Comparing PAR and ePAR metrics for horticultural luminaires

    June 8, 2023
    IAN ASHDOWN outlines the differences between PAR and ePAR, their place in characterizing horticultural luminaire efficacy, and their limitations in accounting for other key plant...
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    Manufacturing Services & Testing

    INNOVATION | U.K. lighting sector breathes new life into remanufacturing concept

    June 8, 2023
    For those getting into the business of rebuilding existing lights, surprises await — and not all good, as MARK HALPER discovers.
    Images courtesy Juniper Design Group
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    Manufacturing Services & Testing

    LAST WORD | Domestic production shores up lighting innovation and speeds time-to-market

    June 8, 2023
    Owner SHANT MADJARIAN explains how Juniper continues to deliver on principles of customizable product design enabled by agile in-house manufacturing.
    James Newton | (c) Speirs Major
    Once responsible for supplying 20% of London's electricity, Battersea Power Station sat defunct for nearly 40 years until it was overhauled in 2022.
    Architectural Lighting

    PROJECTS | Rousing a sleeping giant: Lighting the Battersea Power Station

    June 8, 2023
    The London landmark has been reborn as a mixed-use hub with lighting schemes that embrace its industrial beginnings while welcoming modern-day technologies.
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    LEDs & SSL Design

    PROGRAMS | LEDs Magazine serves up second annual BrightStar Awards honors

    June 8, 2023
    The 2023 BrightStar Awards jury recognized differentiators such as flexibility in luminaire form factors, robustness, interoperability and compatibility with a larger product ...

    More content from Volume 20, Issue 4

    Image courtesy Audi of America
    Discrete beams from many LED sources are produced by advanced headlight systems.
    Specialty SSL

    INDUSTRY INSIGHTS | Unnecessary evil: Glare in driver visibility

    June 8, 2023
    Light and Health Research Center scientists MARK REA and JOHN BULLOUGH explain why contemporary LED headlights often cause glare discomfort and how the technology can be standardized...
    All images courtesy The Lighting Quotient
    Sy Shemitz was the namesake founder of design practice Sylvan R. Shemitz Associates, which later launched The Lighting Quotient’s manufacturing brand with Elliptipar. All images courtesy The Lighting Quotient.
    Architectural Lighting

    PROFILES IN LIGHTING | The Lighting Quotient

    June 8, 2023
    A family-owned lighting practice becomes architectural lighting manufacturer The Lighting Quotient, led by founder's daughter, Allison Schieffelin.
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    Architectural Lighting

    ARCHITECTURAL SSL | Lighting brilliantly takes a supporting role at Winter Park

    June 8, 2023
    In an excerpt from Architectural SSL, ERIN DREYFOUS explains to MURRYE BERNARD how Tillotson Design Associates balanced abundant daylight with modern architecture and unique materials...
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    Architectural Lighting

    COMMENTARY | Help those in need

    June 8, 2023
    WANDA LAU notes that more inclusive lighting practices and support of marginalized individuals will allow greater dividends in creativity and innovation while providing a touchstone...