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    LEDs Magazine October 2023 Issue
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    Last Word Bedell 1023
    Architectural Lighting

    LAST WORD | The real reason we’re losing our night skies

    Oct. 19, 2023
    Lighting advocate JP BEDELL identifies behavioral and operational shifts that are required in order to eliminate sky glow problems.
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    Dure Video 1023
    Specialty SSL

    VIDEO LIGHTING | ISO settings and LED dimming impact video quality

    Oct. 19, 2023
    PENN STATE researchers investigate the impact of pulse-width modulation dimming methods to determine optimal lighting conditions with LED systems during videography.
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    Lighting for Health & Wellbeing

    GUV SNAPSHOT | The growing opportunity for GUV air disinfection

    Oct. 19, 2023
    GABE ARNOLD outlines the state of germicidal ultraviolet technology as part of the solution to achieve new indoor air-quality guidelines, and activities underway to lay the foundation...
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    Di Louie Decarb 1023
    Manufacturing Services & Testing

    POLICY | Decarbonization introduces economic prospects for lighting and building industry

    Oct. 19, 2023
    To increase net income, commercial property owners can leverage policy-backed financial incentives to decarbonize buildings, which will enable deeper retrofits including lighting...
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    Members of WILD
    Manufacturing Services & Testing

    PROFILES IN LIGHTING | Women in Lighting + Design

    Oct. 19, 2023
    Women in Lighting + Design (WILD) works to create and foster a community for women within the lighting industry.

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    Connected SSL & Controls

    INDUSTRY INSIGHTS | Evaluating energy impacts of 0–10V control in outdoor lighting

    Oct. 19, 2023
    PNNL researchers have found that unexpected variations in performance with 0–10V controls connected to LED luminaire networks can result in inconsistent dimming and failure to...
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    Product Spotlight 1023
    Architectural Lighting

    PRODUCT SPOTLIGHT | Compact Luminaires

    Oct. 19, 2023
    LEDs Magazine's October issue features a selection of small but powerful luminaires.
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    Com Le Ds 1023
    LEDs & SSL Design

    COMMENTARY | Researchers shine a light toward practical solutions

    Oct. 19, 2023
    Recognition of innovation reminds us that there are plenty more discoveries to be made in the realms of science and applied technology.
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    Uppsala University Hospital staff and parents of infants can change lighting in different areas, such as above and below in the administrative and incubator areas.
    Lighting for Health & Wellbeing

    Circadian light eases recovery in a Swedish neonatal intensive care ward

    Oct. 4, 2023
    Even at the best of times, newborns’ eyes are sensitive to bright light. A Chromaviso system in Uppsala keeps things calm for babies, parents, and staff.
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    Cannabis growing in two tiers under the Fluence LED lights at Oakfruitland in Oakland, Calif.
    Horticultural Lighting

    Bay Area cannabis grower increases yields with LEDs

    Sept. 27, 2023
    Oakfruitland also reports lower energy use while providing brighter lighting using Fluence luminaires purchased before the horticultural downturn. But when will the market recover...
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    Courts at a volleyball facility in Genk, Belgium bring dynamic illumination to players and spectators with new LEDs and wireless lighting controls.
    Connected SSL & Controls

    CONTROLS CASE STUDY | Volleyball facility aces upgrade with LEDs and wireless controls (UPDATED)

    Sept. 25, 2023
    Teaming Cosmicnode wireless mesh-based lighting controls with EnOcean kinetic switches and Noxion LED lighting helps Belgian sports hall score big energy savings.
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    Hvac Lights
    Connected SSL & Controls

    DLC study analyzes benefits/cost ratio of NLC

    Sept. 18, 2023
    DesignLights Consortium research finds that integrating networked lighting controls with HVAC systems provides the greatest opportunity for energy savings and incentive programs...