LEDs Focus On - Aug 25th, 2022
Technology, case studies, and resources on LED-based general, facade, and entertainment illumination
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August 25, 2022

Welcome to the Focus On LEDs in Lighting newsletter for Aug. 25, 2022. It's hard to believe that LightSPEC West is only weeks away. I've booked my travel to L.A. and I hope to meet with some of you there at the Magic Box @ the Reef. Need to know why you should attend? Read our conference preview to get the scoop on how the design & build communities can collaborate, inspire new design ideas, meet sustainability goals, and improve the overall experience in the built environment through thoughtful application of lighting, controls, and inclusive practices. Then register before time runs out!

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Carrie Meadows, (603) 891-9382, [email protected]


The Luminus Horticulture portfolio includes new flip chip 3030 and High Power LEDs delivering one of the most extensive selections of monochromatic and full-spectrum LEDs from UVC to Far Red, targeted to supplemental and replacement lighting fixtures. Beyond faster plant growth, precise spectrum engineering and control enable value-added functions such as mold mitigation, increased plant quality, greenhouse disinfection and extended shelf life post-harvest.

Los Angeles conference will spark conversations on design for inclusion, the unification of beauty and functionality within built environments, and ways to stop siloing business and creative strategies, explains CARRIE MEADOWS.
ALYSSA STONE summarizes how tunable LED panels brought a contemporary aesthetic to a Kentucky country club, while meeting fast turnaround time and simplifying installation.
Recent industry event raises comments about whether innovation in lighting is on the decline.
With direction from the DOE, says Toggled COO DAN HOLLENKAMP, the door has opened for innovation and growth within the connected lighting space.
As an already strained supply chain worsened, the company still managed to sell more goods but couldn’t raise prices fast enough. CTO starts next week.
Eric Rondolat uses the ‘R’ word and notes that LED payback in commercial settings can now be as little as one year. A new ultraefficient tube will help.
Snippets on recent SSL news in financials, executive moves, funding, and market transformation programs.
Guayente Sanmartin and Mariona Company talk about how their leadership styles have evolved and their “work with purpose,” from mass-produced sustainable packaging to adaptive radiation shields for cancer treatment.
The World Building Council estimates that 28% of all carbon emissions come from building operations, demonstrating that the built environment offers the greatest potential for energy efficiency gains—all of which can be achieved now
For the eighteenth consecutive month, architecture firms reported increasing demand for design services in July, according to a new report from The American Institute of Architects (AIA).