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LOS GATOS, CALIF.—Smart Home Labs introduces the RoboSmart wireless LED lighting system that enables smart lighting control via a smartphone, tablet or computer over Bluetooth Smart wireless.
PORT ORFORD, ORE.—“It feels like you are on another planet.” That is how Michelle Duarte describes the WildSpring Guest Habitat that she and her husband own along the coast of Oregon in Port Orford. Their small, eco-friendly resort sits on five acres of 100-foot trees and includes five cabins. “The cabins are built like small homes,” Duarte says. “They are not rustic.” Just about everything possible was done to minimize the environmental footprint of the five cabin suites. Duarte’s husband, Dean, who once worked on Hollywood sets in construction, played an integral part in the building of the cabins. Only two trees were removed during construction of the cabins that now have been open for 8.5 years.
CHICAGO—Go Green LED Bulbs, an online LED light bulb retailer, recently added LED exit sign retrofit kits to its product line. The retrofit kits allow buildings to keep their existing exit signs, but convert them to operate as a light emitting diode (LED) technology.
TROY, MICH.—Altair formally announced the rebranding of its LED lighting subsidiary, ilumisys, to TOGGLED. TOGGLED will be the commercial brand name carried by its energy-saving LED light tubes to replace standard fluorescent lights. At the same time, TOGGLED appointed Brent York, CEO of Tangenesys Consulting to the subsidiary’s Board of Directors.
PLANO, TEXAS—Lighting & Power Technologies announces the launch of the Watran 35W LED PAR30 lamp. This marks the first available dual voltage 120v/277v, ETL listed 35W LED PAR lamp available to the North American market. The Watran lamp boasts 80 lumens/watt and replaces a ceramic metal halide CMH39WPAR30 lamp or 120W Halogen PAR38.
ATLANTA—Acuity Brands, Inc. announced the introduction of the Lithonia Lighting W Series luminaires that feature integral occupancy sensors to manage lighting usage in low-traffic or low-occupancy areas such as corridors, stairwells and restrooms. The luminaires automatically turn on or off as occupants ascend and descend stairs, walk corridors or enter a seldom used space, significantly reducing energy consumption by not lighting the space when it is not in use.
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.
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