LEDs Applications Digest - Feb 1st, 2024
Monthly digest on high-potential LED lighting applications including health and wellbeing, controlled environment agriculture, and connected systems
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February 1, 2024

This month's LEDs Magazine Applications Digest has a feature spotlight on a circadian lighting approach that brings entrainment to the task area for individuals - with the twist of a subscription model for greater permeation in the market. Plus: Ongoing studies in varying spectra during pepper cultivation; how connectivity drives greater reliability and efficiency in maintaining emergency lighting systems; and more.

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RALPH BOOTH explains how a subscription-driven product focused on an occupant’s area – rather than a whole-project retrofit approach – simplifies circadian-effective lighting and renders it more cost effective.

LightSPEC West returns to Anaheim this April 17-18. Join thousands of specifiers and buyers of commercial and residential lighting and controls. Showcasing a wide range of products and services vital to building designers, owners, and operators, the two-day expo includes networking events, product showcases, and CEC accredited educational sessions. 

Partnering with Canada’s Sollum, the Delphy Improvement Center will also mix and match different irrigation systems to find the optimal combination of light and water.
An experimental switch from Bauneparken's circadian-effective system to a conventional illumination scheme brought on more headaches, eyestrain, and agitation.
Connectivity infuses emergency lighting systems with advanced monitoring and testing features that strengthen reliability and enable adherence to code requirements, TOM STOLL and SEAN CASH explain.
They’re causing accidents as more drivers than ever report “getting dazzled,” the RAC says as it calls for government action.
Recolight and the Lighting Industry Association jointly announced the Net Zero Lighting Conference, created to aid the lighting industry in applying carbon-reduction strategies.
SBaaS removes the challenges of managing intelligent in-building IT/OT systems. But at what cost?
Industry experts Chad Rothe, Monika Oberer, and Gregory Kay share design guidance and recommendations for high-end user experiences that promote well-being.