Less than two weeks after my report detailing how copper thieves had sabotaged a $3.2 million dollar LED lighting project on I-94, most of the lights are already back on.
High-tech lighting in Michigan is a really bright idea. Just ask any of the 250-plus attendees Tuesday who jammed the Electrical Industry Training Center in Warren for the Michigan Advanced Lighting Conference.
Troy-based Viper Networks Inc. (Pink Sheets: VPER), in conjunction with Jupiter, Fla.-based LEDs America Inc., introduced their nine-watt LED, the companies’ latest incandescent replacement lamp, which targets the replacement for 100-watt incandescent bulbs.
Consumer Reports’ latest light bulb tests uncovered not only which bulbs were the best performers, but also shined some light on the most common questions consumers have about compact fluorescent lights, light-emitting diode, halogens and incandescent bulbs.
Ilumisys Inc., developer and producer of solid-state lighting technology, announced today that it has granted a license for light-emitting diode fluorescent tube replacements to LED Optics, a high-end manufacturer of replacement LED T8 tubes that is based in Boca Raton, Fla.
Relume Technologies, a manufacturer of light-emitting diode products and smart grid control systems for outdoor lighting applications, has installed its area LED fixtures in a Detroit alley between 14th and Wabash streets, behind the community art space Imagination Station.
Ilumisys Inc., the Troy-based developer and producer of solid-state lighting technology, announced that it has partnered with LEDdynamics Inc., based in Randolph, Vt. The partnership includes a license for the patents of Ilumisys parent Altair Engineering Inc. on light-emitting diode fluorescent tube replacements.
Mt. Clemens-based Clean Light Green Light, a subsidiary of London, England-based Global Dynamix Solutions GB PLC, last week announced a new light-emitting diode-based parking garage lighting system. The company said the system provides a consistent, even […]
Oxford-based LED lighting manufacturer Relume Technologies said Tuesday that its LED lighting system for billboards, Ecovista, was named to the list of “Must See Products” at Lightfair International 2011 by Edison Report.
Why would you pay $20 for a light bulb? When it benefits FIRST Robotics. Well, also because it lasts nine years in normal use. FIRST Robotics is selling LED light bulbs that put out 450 […]