In recent times a lot is being heard about smart LED fixtures that can change color temperature, play music, save energy, and also the kind that lets you control them from your iPad or Android device via apps. These magic tricks are usually performed...
As more and more customers and end-users are getting close to phasing out conventional bulbs, the LED lighting industry continues making innovations to meet the growing demands of better and more improved lighting experience.
This is part three of our four part series on LightFair 2016. Industry reports show the secondary optics market to be the single biggest growth opportunity in lighting components, growing to $6.9 billion in 2023. Not surprisingly, secondary optics...
Considering the range of areas packaged LEDs and SSL products are addressing in recent times, it can be viewed as the most progressive technology that the horticultural lighting system has witnessed in decades. The innovative technology, dramatically...
This is part one of our four part LightFair 2016 series. LightFair International, one of the largest annual trade shows and conferences on architectural and commercial lighting trends, was held in San Diego, California in April 2016.
Endicott Research Group, Inc. - The power behind the LED displays- is a top notch manufacturer of LED back light drivers and onboard /external dimming LED rail replacements. The company has recently released the latest version of LED driver.
A recent report released by market research firm Technavio pegs the global chip-on-board (COB) LED market to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 35.5% during 2016-2020. COB, which is a relatively new bare-chip technology used for LED...
Cree, Inc., a valued supplier partner to WPG Americas, Inc., has introduced its XLamp CXB1310 and CXB1520 High Density LED arrays. These new LEDs deliver the most lumens in the industry for their LES (light emitting surface) sizes – 6mm and 9mm.
Changing our entire perception about LED lights being just lights, Internet of Things (IoT) controlled LED lighting with sensors tucked in and connected to Internet, is all set to play an integral role in our daily environment.
Today, Solid State Lighting (SSL) is a hot topic in the field of energy saving and carbon emission reduction. According to U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), SSL has the potential to reduce lighting energy use across the nation by as much as 50% by 2030.