Commercial building and facilities management resources for corporate facility executives, building operators and facility managers in all industry and service sectors. Outdoor-Lighting articles below.
The International Dark-Sky Association (IDA) and the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) announced a strategic collaboration to address the global issue of light pollution that negatively affects our environment and the human condition.
The Canopy LED Series delivers energy savings and visual acuity suitable for 8' to 15' mounting heights in commercial, industrial, and municipal facilities.
Consider site and operations requirements when choosing the best approach for outdoor lighting projects.
Laterna, Sequence, and Zume are outdoor pendant lights that can be catenary or canopy mounted.
The LED Direction Adjustable Wall Packs series is now available with a 4000K color temperature for exterior security.
TILE Exterior is wet location listed LED system of light sheets, connectors, cables, and LED drivers that can illuminate any architectural geometry.
The Architura RGB and RGBW deliver even, diffused light indoors or outdoors for commercial, industrial, and municipal spaces.
Kona XS is a system of projectors, floodlights, and wallwashers for outdoor lighting.
The Telluride HWM16-2 is a wall sconce that incorporates flexible LED/Halogen hybrid technology.
The WorkHorse LED Extreme Driver family of constant current, programmable drivers is specifically designed for outdoor and high-power applications.
The Versalux LED is an energy-saving outdoor lighting fixture for public areas.
The CLXB is a standalone outdoor lighting bollard.
The Litepak LNC3 is a medium wallpack designed for perimeter illumination.
A combination of LED fixture, surveillance and communications technology, and camera, this new offering provides facility managers an advanced security option.
Requirements to “lighten up” energy use and costs through fenestration, parking lot lighting, and other proposed measures are being recommended for Standard 90.1.
Regulations on the amount, quality, and type of exterior illumination for buildings are increasingly relevant for facility managers.