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SANTA CLARA, CALIF.—Lunera Lighting announced that the Helen Lamp has earned the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star certification. This means it meets the strict energy efficiency performance levels set by the agency. The Helen Lamp is the first plug and play LED replacement for compact fluorescent lamps (CFL), commonly used in commercial buildings, that has achieved this distinction.
KALAMAZOO, MICH.—Landscape Forms introduces the next generation of products in the company’s 35 Collection, a family of site furniture elements with a youthful spirit and a mission to promote social life in outdoor spaces. The new additions are all in the family, created in collaboration with design partner frog design, the innovation powerhouse renowned for the SONY Walkman, the Apple computer, and software applications and mobile products for Microsoft and Disney.
HIGHLAND, N.Y.—Zumtobel, a leading international supplier of architectural lighting solutions, announces that it has upgraded the downlight and wallwash products within its BASYS LED II product line to better meet the strict energy requirements that currently are in place. The improvements also are well-suited to meet future guidelines.
NEW WINDSOR, N.Y.—Long days spent beneath cool electric light and a pervasive addiction to smart devices that often lasts into late nights is throwing off circadian rhythms, disrupting sleep/wake cycles and preventing people from performing at their best. Now more than ever, people need greater awareness about—and control over—the lighting they take for granted. Driven to find a solution to these issues, USAI Lighting has developed Color Select, proprietary technology that shatters the boundaries of LED potential and is the first architectural LED downlighting fixture offering independent control of both color temperature and intensity.
SANTA CLARA, CALIF.—WattStopper’s new relay panel retrofit solution enables high performance control capabilities while eliminating costly installation and wiring requirements for building owners and property managers. Offering all the capabilities of the Digital Lighting Management (DLM) technology platform, which now includes wireless building-to-building connectivity, the solution also preserves existing infrastructure investments.
ATLANTA—New requirements to further reduce energy and environmental impacts of buildings are contained in the 2014 version of the green building standard from ASHRAE, the U.S. Green Building Council and the Illuminating Engineering Society.
SANTA CLARA, CALIF.—Lunera Lighting, Inc. has released two hospitality case studies that demonstrate the effectiveness of the company’s Helen Lamp. The LED Helen Lamp saves 50 to 70 percent on energy while reducing lamp maintenance cycles five-fold—all with the simple change of a light bulb.
EAST CLEVELAND, OHIO—Property owners who want to upgrade their outdoor lighting now have an inside track to more energy-efficient lighting technology with the GE Evolve LED N Series fixtures. The new LED area lights, flood lights and wall packs make it easier to optimize space for visibility and operational savings while creating a consistent and contemporary look.
CARY, N.C.—Civilight North America is now in volume production with their broad portfolio of LED lamps for the North American market. These LED lamps were initially developed for the European market and have been market-tested and customer-accepted in this demanding lighting market since 2006. Optimized and improved through market feedback from the global lighting community, Civilight’s products are offered in three series—Architectural, Professional and Commercial.
ANAHEIM, CALIF.—MaxLite, a leading manufacturer of LED lighting solutions, has expanded its U.S. operations with the opening of a new LEED-certified facility in Anaheim, Calif. The 48,864-square-foot building increases MaxLite’s product assembly and testing capabilities and features the company’s first full showroom on the West Coast. Located in the Anaheim Concourse development at Ocean Circle, the $7.5 million new construction is outfitted entirely with energy-efficient MaxLite LED lighting products.
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