Posts tagged led
Posts tagged led
Today I got to show a client this bad boy.
It’s the Glimpse from Lighting Science Group. The Glimpse is a super simple retrofit kit for recessed downlights with 4” and 6” apertures. Three things to like about it:
1. It consumes 11 watts and replaces 65 watts in terms of light output.
2. The LEDs are invisible with a very simple, beautiful indirect LED design.
3. It’s competitively priced.
Bonus - it’s dimmable with most standard dimmers.
I love these simple retrofit solutions that not only save energy but make downlights look better.
Currently pacing the apartment rehearsing my presentation for the Green Design Symposium tomorrow night. My current audience is very attentive.
With the flood of LED products out on the market it’s easy to get confused by different claims. Here are three key metrics to consider when choosing at LED product.
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Today Cree announced an LED that breaks the 300 lumen-per-watt barrier. No light source in history has evolved as rapidly as the LED.
The Gateway of India in Mumbai has been transformed by a high-tech LED lighting system capable of displaying 16 million colours. Created by Philips, the system will be used to create light displays for the 5.1 million foreign tourists who visit each year, as well as Mumbai’s 12 million residents.
Wow. You know it’s not always a great match to up-light every piece of architecture. But this looks amazing.
Photos from today’s blog post comparing the 60 watt incandescent bulb and the Cree LED alternative.
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W London Leicester Square
I love this facade lighting installation. I think we’ve only scratched the surface of what LED can do to remake the facades of our buildings. The lighting here is the statement, it defines the architecture.
Two topics are dominating the new technology breakfast. LED technology and lighting control. Whether you work in architectural lighting or entertainment lighting these two topics are the biggest in the industry.
LEDs don’t die they fade away. #led #lighting #notegraphy
These bad boys are 64 watts a piece plus the ballast factor. I’ll be pitching a NYC hotel to swap these out for LEDs that will use 1/2 the energy and require practically zero maintenance. #lighting #led #sustainability.