Led Updates

  1. TAC Select – LED Architectural Troffer

    TAC Select – LED Architectural Troffer

     

    Smart & Simple 

    The TAC Architectural LED Troffer is an economical lighting solution for commercial, educational, medical, and retail applications where general-purpose ambient lighting is required. With its contemporary center lens design, TAC provides a soft natural glow and even illumination that minimizes glare. The CCT Selectable design allows for easy adjustment to 3500K, 4000K, or 5000K. Available in 1x4, 2x2, or 2x4 configurations, the TAC is an easy-to-install upgrade from linear fluorescent lighting to a long-lasting, energy-efficient LED solution 

    Selectable CCT 

    An external switch allows easy CCT Selection: 3500K, 4000K or 5000K 

    Selectable...

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  2. Compact Pro™ High Bay by Lithonia Lighting

    Lithonia NEW LED Compact Pro High Bay
    The Compact Pro™ High Bay by Lithonia Lighting® is the budget-oriented high bay designed for contractors from the ground up.
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  3. INDUSTRY NEWS

    DOE’s 2019 Energy Savings Report Summary

    According to a recent report from the Department of Energy, by 2035, LEDs are expected to comprise 84% of all lighting installations. This is a 62 quad cumulative energy saving, mostly driven by LED adoption in commercial and industrial buildings and outdoor lighting applications...

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  4. Red LED flood lights, in Blucifer, DIAs notorious sculpture

    Red LED flood lights, in Blucifer, DIAs notorious sculpture
    “Mustang” also known by the public as Blucifer, the blue horse sculpture located at the entrance of DIA, is iconic in the Denver area. Its muscular shape, large size, and piercing red eyes give pause to any onlooker. We were excited to learn that the eyes are red LED floodlights giving the sculpture an eerie quality at night.
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  5. Smart Cities, Huge Impact, Huge Savings

    Smart Cities, Huge Impact, Huge Savings

    Signify, one of our vendors, and the Climate Group, an international climate NGO, have partnered to work with cities and utilities to accelerate the adoption of LED lighting to save energy and tackle climate change. Cities have a unique opportunity to drive emissions reductions through technological innovation and to increase safety and smart spending while they’re at it.

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