LEDs Focus On - Sep 22nd, 2022
Technology, case studies, and resources on LED-based general, facade, and entertainment illumination
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September 22, 2022

Welcome to the Focus On LEDs in Lighting newsletter for Sept. 22, 2022. It has already been an enlightening first day at LightSPEC West in Los Angeles. As you’re reading this, I’m attending day 2 of the conference and soaking in as much design and practice knowledge as I can from the true experts. We plan to bring some editorial insights from the conference to you soon.

In this issue:

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Carrie Meadows, [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.

Lighting scientist LEORA RADETSKY details the DesignLights Consortium’s recommendations for saving energy, minimizing impacts on people and nature, and preserving the night sky.
Designer ERIN DREYFOUS comments on the need for a shift in modern professional culture to focus on raising women’s profiles with mentorship in architecture, engineering, and construction.
EILEEN EATON and JASMINE SHEPARD demystify lighting design options through the lens of energy efficiency code, offering up tools and techniques that satisfy code compliance while achieving visual outcomes.
Three projects recognized for quality lighting combined with flexible controls to deliver enhanced experiences, data insights, and resource management in commercial and residential applications.
Owner SGH discloses in an SEC filing that Claude Demby has retired as president. Cree’s global operations head steps into the role.
Small aperture lights enable compact installations with high performance and serviceability.
IP68-rated fixture features watertight, stainless steel construction to maintain performance under varying environmental conditions.

Coming soon: Our new ICUTRONIC DALI LED drivers are focused on the most important high-quality functions and will enable cost-optimized luminaires thanks to their compactness! Suitable for streetlight and area lighting applications, IT DALI E IP20 and IT DALI IP67 drivers will also be ready for various connectivity solutions via the DALI-2 interface with DALI DATA, both wireless (NEMA-standard-based luminaires) and wired (DALI).

Focusing on electronic architectures inside fixtures, the Sept. 30 presentation will cover how to add flexibility to multi-channel fixture designs in order to meet a variety of specifications.
Learn how Vertical GaN architecture enables smaller and sleeker lighting designs with high-performance but compact LED driver technology.