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TORRANCE, CALIF.—LEDtronics, Inc., an LED lamp manufacturer, announces a family of CFL-style, right-angle-illumination LED lamps with dual- or quadpin GX23, G24Q and G24D bases. The LEDGX23D, LEDG24Q and LEDG24D series is available in any combination of 5 or 7 watts; two popular voltage ranges of 120-to-240VAC and 240-to-277VAC; white colors 2800K “Halogen” White, 3200K Warm White or 4100K Natural White; different base styles, and different configurations and numbers of pins.
ATLANTA—Acuity Brands Inc. introduces three LED luminaire options for outdoor lighting from Lithonia Lighting. The OLLW Series LED wall light, OLVT Series LED vapor tight LED luminaire and OLS Series LED step light bring energy efficiency options to both commercial and residential lighting applications. All three LED luminaires feature long-life LEDs (L70, 50,000 hours).
WEST CALDWELL, N.J.—MaxLite, a global manufacturer and marketer of MaxLED luminaires and lamps for hotels, restaurants and resorts, announces the addition of its ECO-T LED Recessed Troffer to the DesignLights Consortium’s (DLC) Qualified Products List, joining the growing list of indoor and outdoor luminaires that are DLC-approved and qualify for national utility rebates.
DANVERS, MASS.—North American lighting maker OSRAM SYLVANIA announced the first to market 100-watt equivalent LED incandescent replacement offering long life and energy savings. The SYLVANIA ULTRA LED omnidirectional A21 bulb consumes only 20 watts of electricity, saving consumers approximately $220 over its life compared to an incandescent bulb.
VINELAND, N.J.—Could the Ramada Vineland be the first property its size to receive a monthly electricity bill of $0? Possibly. That is what happened in October at the 102-room property in Vineland, N.J. Time will tell if the Ramada will maintain its “net zero hotel” status but NGL Property Management’s John Scipione, owner of the hotel with his family, believes it is possible. What lowered the hotel’s electricity bill from $15,000/month to $5,000/month over the last couple of years is a $2.6 million, 2,500-solar panel installation behind the property. It sits on three acres of land owned by NGL Property Management. It has been operational since February 2010. Replacing inefficient lighting throughout most of the property with fluorescent and LED lighting has gotten the hotel down to its net zero level. In fact, last month the hotel actually produced more electricity than it needed. “Getting to net zero is a goal we set a couple of years ago,” Scipione says.
CHICAGO—Traxon Technologies, a provider of solid state lighting and control systems, was selected as the key LED lighting and controls provider for InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile’s new, exterior illumination solution. The new lighting scheme debuted alongside The Magnificent Mile Lights Festival on November 17 in downtown Chicago.
BUFFALO, N.Y.—Salvatore’s Grand Hotel has just entered into an agreement to become the first hotel in the world to benefit from joint technology integration between ZENO Controls LLC and its newly acquired division, Verve Living Systems. Last month ZENO, developer of the ZENO wireless gateway and universal controller, announced the purchase of the Verve Living Systems product line of guestroom switches, sensors and thermostats, as well as HVAC, lighting and load controls.
BUFFALO, N.Y.—The SpringHill Suites by Marriott in Richardson, Texas, is realizing the benefits of wireless energy management by using the Verve Keycard Switch from ZENO Controls LLC. Property operator Lowen Hospitality Management is saving energy and money by empowering guests to control lights, outlets and the HVAC system in rooms. Lowen Hospitality Management is planning on implementing the Verve Keycard Switch at all new-construction projects going forward.
PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y.—Delivering higher lumen output than MR16 fixtures while using 60 percent less power, WAC Lighting introduces Tesla LED Recessed Downlights which are Energy Star qualified for commercial and residential applications.
HOUSTON—Toshiba International Corp. announced the introduction of its new MR16 GU5.3 LED lamp that generates up to 540 lumens. Toshiba’s new MR16 GU5.3 500 series is a direct replacement for 50W halogen lamps. Using only 9.1 watts of energy, Toshiba’s new MR16 provides significant energy savings compared to conventional halogen lamps that use more than five times the wattage for the same lumen output.
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