LEDs Focus On - Jul 27th, 2023
Technology, case studies, and resources on LED-based general, facade, and entertainment illumination
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July 27, 2023

Welcome to LEDs Magazine’s Focus On LEDs in Lighting newsletter for July 27, 2023. Our featured story in this issue is from our “Profiles in Lighting” series where we get to know a lighting or controls manufacturer, designer, firm, or researcher in more depth. Sometimes the answers to our questions surprise me, and I’ve enjoyed learning more from these professionals over the past year. The Lighting Quotient is one that sparked interest when I attended LEDucation earlier this year. It started out as a lighting design firm and then added on its manufacturing capabilities to bring high-quality architectural lighting options to market. Please don’t hesitate to reach out with suggestions on firms or individuals who you think merit more exposure in the market for their unique perspective, offerings, business models, or body of work.

Also in this issue:

  • New technology from Lumileds puts dark skies first for lighting product developers.
  • Glamox adds to its industrial marine lighting customer base with a wind-energy substation project.
  • Fagerhult has seen a bit of a slide in net profits, but sales and operations remain strong.
  • Plus case studies from our website and lighting design tips from our colleagues at Architectural SSL

Please stay in touch about content we publish and to propose contributed articles.

Carrie Meadows, [email protected]

A family-owned lighting practice becomes architectural lighting manufacturer The Lighting Quotient, led by founder's daughter, Allison Schieffelin.
LED developer says NightScape technology delivers blue light levels below 2% to meet stringent outdoor lighting regulations.
An electrical substation with 640 rugged luminaires sailed from Norway and is now in the North Sea, ready for connection to the U.K. grid.
The company’s design division hit a snag. And while group operating profits rose, high interest rates nibbled the bottom line. Retrofits and fluorescent ban remain strong drivers.
Retrofitting nearly 2,000 light sources in the tunnel with new Signify LEDs has achieved a 60% energy savings, while repurposing the existing fittings allows circularity with reduced waste materials.
The Color Force II 48 is a multipurpose cyc, wash and effects lighting batten fixture which delivers at least 50% more light output than its predecessor with 92 CRI.
Aurora Lighting’s Bluetooth RGBCX LED strip has been installed, alongside a number of Bluetooth RGBCX GU10s, in a new hospitality space.
The Aug. 3-5 event will take place at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center, outside of Chicago.
These design tips can help draw in potential patrons, promote the sale of art, and present art in their best light.
Wall washing is an art that can make the most of, well, art but also high ceilings, low ceilings, workspaces, and tight corridors.