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EAST CLEVELAND, Ohio—GE Lighting has introduced a light-emitting diode replacement for the 100-watt incandescent light bulb—developed in its East Cleveland, Ohio, LED lab—that packages 27 watts of input power in a standard “A-19” bulb shape. The GE Energy Smart 27-watt LED bulb incorporates proprietary synthetic jet technology that was enabled by GE’s collaboration with ecomagination Challenge winner Nuventix, creator of LED cooling technologies for energy-efficient lighting.
SATELLITE BEACH, FLA.—Lighting Science Group, an LED lighting manufacturer, announced the production launch of a high output 8-watt LED MR16 bulb that is a direct replacement for traditional MR16 50-watt halogen bulbs. The DEFINITY MR16 HO LED bulb is suited to a variety of applications that require directional lighting—such as track lighting, recessed ceiling lights, desk lamps, pendant fixtures and retail display lighting.
COOPERSBURG, PA.—Light control manufacturer Lutron Electronics announced the launch of Radio Shadow sensor. The new wireless sensor communicates outdoor light levels to a Lutron Quantum Total Light Management System. During low-light conditions, the sensor overrides pre-programmed shade levels to raise shades and maximize exterior views.
HOUSTON—Toshiba International Corp. announced that it has introduced a new BR30 lamp that provides significant energy savings compared to incandescent bulbs. The new lamp is ideal for accent lighting. Toshiba’s new BR30 650 Series is a direct replacement for 65W incandescent lamps and offers outputs of up to 650 lumens. In addition, the lamp is dimmable and contains no mercury or lead.
GARDEN CITY, N.Y.—Designed with architectural aesthetics and performance in mind, WAC Lighting introduces energy efficient LEDme Line Voltage Step and Wall Lights that offer functionality ideal for safety and style on indoor and outdoor stairs, walls and other pathways in hotels, restaurants and other commercial spaces.
NEW HYDE PARK, N.Y—Evolve Guest Controls will install a fully integrated lighting control and automation control system featuring the new Evolve AI Interactive Touch Screen Controller, the new glass LCD Director Series, as well as an Evolve motorized shading system, at the Quin Hotel in New York City.
NIANTIC, CONN.—When the Grand Hyatt DFW completed its recent $13 million renovation, INNCOM played an integral role in the property’s focus on energy conservation. To better blend in-room technology with the hotel’s sophisticated welcome scene upon entering the room, INNCOM designed a new bedside controller for the Grand Hyatt DFW that enables guests to control lighting, temperature, drapes, sheers, privacy, make-up room and other service requests.
GRANVILLE, OHIO—Next generation Acrylic Washington PostLite II LED luminaires from Holophane deliver more benefits and choices for a complete range of outdoor applications, including: walkways and parking lots. Enhanced LED sources reduce energy and maintenance costs while original housings provide improved appearances and more design options.
ATLANTA—Acuity Brands, Inc., a producer of energy-efficient lighting and control solutions, introduces the new patent-pending WSD NGX (Neutral/Ground Exchangeable) wall switch sensor as an addition to its Sensor Switch line of occupancy sensors. This new sensor provides an innovative and contractor-friendly solution to meet the neutral/ground wiring requirements under the 2011 National Electric Code (“NEC 2011”) without having to purchase a dedicated unit.
DES PLAINES, ILL.—Rivers Casino in Des Plaines, the newest casino in the Chicagoland area, has been awarded the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold Certification by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). Rivers Casino is the first casino in the world to achieve the LEED Gold certification. “We are proud to be recognized as a leader in sustainable development and we hope to set an example for the rest of the gaming and entertainment industries,” said Greg Carlin, CEO of Rivers Casino. “It’s important to all of our team members that we are a good corporate citizen.” “Achieving LEED Gold was challenging and expensive, but in the long run, the effort will improve the environment and reduce our operating costs,” said Neil Bluhm, chairman, Midwest Gaming and Entertainment, LLC. Rivers Casino opened in July 2011 and has become the premier entertainment and gaming destination in the Chicagoland area. Rivers Casino was designed with a sustainability plan to achieve LEED certification for energy, lighting, water and material use.
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