Resources to help facility and property management professionals run more efficient buildings and facilities. The archive for Lighting articles.
The Well Living Lab leverages and expands upon the principles of the WELL Building Standard™ (WELL), which focuses on seven concepts relevant to indoor health—air, water, nourishment, light, fitness, comfort and mind.
The improvements will help the Louisiana Stadium and Exposition District meet its sustainability goals while improving equipment performance and fan experience.
The ENERGY STAR® certified Retrofit Kit from Terralux upgrades vertically mounted CFL or HID to energy efficient LED.
Intermatic’s sensors provide reliable ON/OFF sensing no matter the lighting technology, whether older magnetic models or new electronic drivers and ballasts.
Cree expands its ZR Series LED troffer portfolio with the new ZR FD LED Series, a commercial spec-grade troffer that delivers superior energy efficiency of 130 lumens per watt.
The LTRX is a unique ambient/exam LED luminaire that offers dual functionality for normal conditions and high lumens for critical examinations.
Designed with new and existing ceilings in mind, the discrete 3" round and square apertures provide the aesthetic appeal of deeply shielded recessed products with the benefits of LED technology.
Philips Lighting has received two reports of lamps shattering. No injuries or property damage have been reported, but there is potential for burns and lacerations.
The MPL has been designed primarily for retail, design-build, back of house, warehouse and commercial storage applications and is the first of its kind in the industrial category.
Espen Technology has expanded its line of replacement LED tubes with 5’, 6’, and 8’ versions in Slimline, HO, and VHO models.
The MLBLT-18W-LED-25 industrial LED spotlight from Larson Electronics is designed to provide a high output and ruggedly durable lighting solution for applications where corrosion resistance and waterproof lighting is required.
Modern, high-performance window systems can have a very noticeable impact on existing buildings’ operational energy costs and their associated HVAC and lighting capacity.
This portfolio of lighting products aims to provide electrical contractors more options for their facility management customers.