LEDs Magazine News & Insights - Mar 6th, 2024
Industry news, commentary, research, and applications in LED and solid-state lighting technology and markets
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March 6, 2024

In this week’s News & Insights, our Mark Halper notes that ams Osram may be headed for a meltdown with regard to its micro LED plans. Meanwhile, several European manufacturers have released luminaires with more eco-friendly materials; Signify continues on track with its ESG initiatives; and wireless ecosystem developer Casambi has announced…a wired controller?! Find out more in the story below.

Also, our group event LightSPEC West continues to grow its registration and exhibitor lists, promising to deliver a uniquely engaging experience in Anaheim. Registration is still free for professionals until April 1.

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The amount could approach $1 billion. After long and costly expenditures in Kulim, Malaysia, enough is enough as the company loses its strategic customer, believed to be Apple.
The company now includes end-user lighting efficiency in its measurements, which show reductions of 22% across the value chain compared to last year, and 50% since 2019. Renewable electricity has certainly helped.
The smart lighting controls provider expands its ecosystem with a wired controller developed to enable hybrid connectivity in lighting systems.
DON PEIFER examines how the industry can move from replicating linear fluorescent technology in commercial fixtures to 3D-printed replacements that revamp the lighting manufacturing and supply chain.
RGBW package and COB array achieve precise white tuning along the blackbody locus to mimic the changes in natural sunlight.
LightSPEC West presents a unique, in-person experience for those involved in the design, production, distribution, specification and application of solid-state lighting products and systems in commercial, institutional and residential building types.
What defines a net zero building? The White House and U.S. Department of Energy recently announced a national definition, along with three principles and guidelines on how buildings can achieve this status.