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Mode:Green Debuts Lighting Line to Support Demand for LED

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NEW YORK—Demand for LED lighting is growing worldwide, including in the hospitality market which is looking to capitalize on its benefits including, energy savings, price, and life span, according to a report from Technavio. To support the hotels and commercial spaces prioritizing LED lighting, premier hospitality integration firm Mode:Green announces its debut line of Custom LED Light Bulbs.

Mode:Green specializes in designing and installing tailored audiovisual, automation, sustainability, and lighting experiences in top hotels, venues, office spaces, and etc. When incorporating LED lighting into its projects, its team identified a pattern of challenges affecting their installations, such as quality, reliable color temperature, flicker and dimming capability, and warranty.

The Mode:Green Custom LED Light Bulbs are designed to address these frequent issues; they provide a wide range of color temperatures down to 2,000K for the right ambiance for hotel and other commercial installations. The line also includes high efficiency and energy-code compliant back-of-house and office fixtures that feature on-board motion sensing, EM Battery-Up, and wireless controls with both Bluetooth and Zigbee mesh.

“Our team specializes in the nuanced work required to achieve the right parameters for dimming, color temperature, and energy efficiency,” said Mode:Green President and Founder Bill Lally. “After repeated challenges finding products to provide the LED lighting experience for our client’s projects, we created our own products to solve common problems and ensure a smoother, longer lasting installation.”

The Mode:Green Custom LED Lighting solutions have already been successfully deployed in several installations, including: MTA Main Office; Marriott Times Square Grand Ballroom; Solo Properties; Morgan Stanley; 1 World Trade Center, United States Navy Hospital, Park Central Hotel, JW Marriott, Essex House in New York, and the California Institute of Technology and CN Railroad in California.

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