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Outlook has Improved for Construction Spending

Office buildings are one of the only areas not predicted to see growth

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Component Shortages: How long will this last?

One major manufacturer just speculated full recovery will take place well into 2022

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Smart Buildings Cited as Iranian Cyberattack Target

A large player in Building Management Systems is cited numerous times in classified documents.

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The 11 Most Efficient LED High Bay Lighting Fixtures

Our "Top 11" list is 10% better than a "Top 10" list

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Two Smart Home Companies Make Headlines

GE Lighting gets a new sister company and Nokia (yes, that Nokia) enters the Smart Lighting space.

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5 Takeaways From Signify’s Q2 Results

CNBC asks CEO if price increases will roll back after supply constraints subside.

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If You're on the Fence about Attending LightFair...

With LightFair less than 100 days away, it’s time to make decisions.

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Lighting Group Quietly Makes Acquisition and Other Widespread Moves

Delray, LF Illumination and VLT have a new sister brand

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Architecture Billings: Robust Growth Continues

C&I sector and Midwest Region are particularly strong

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Lutron and Key Executive Part Ways

Company confirms that Co-President is no longer with the company

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LedComm Launches Another Lighting Lawsuit

The LED technology patent holder continues its litigation campaign

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Total Construction Starts Slip in June

New projects break ground: $1B project in California, $400M+ project in NY.

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SloanLED
Achieve Round High Bay

 

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Achieve Round High Bay, available in three lumen packages for mid to high ceilings, is designed to deliver optimal illumination and exceed its 10-year warranty and lifespan.

  • Rugged, die-cast construction for corrosion-resistant life
  • Three lumen packages: 12,359; 21,058; and 29,410 lumens
  • Four reflector options for superior application performance


SSL
LazerLine HC WET

 

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LazerLine HC WET is the latest SSL product designed specifically for grazing, flood lighting, and wall washing in numerous indoor or outdoor applications.  The product features industry leading technical specifications:

  • Up to 113,031 cd
  • Up to 1175 lm/ft and 102 LPW
  • Specification grade precision 7-degree optic
  • Slim form factor with 90-degree adjustable bracket(s)


Prescolite
LiteBox® Edge-Lit

 

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LiteBox® Edge-Lit is a low-profile surface mount downlight family that affordably combines LED edge-lit technology and contemporary appearance with ease of installation and functional versatility.

  • Available in 4”, 6” or 8” 
  • Round or square apertures 
  • 750-1750 delivered lumen range


Times Square Lighting
56L 

 

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The 56L is designed for medium throw applications including malls, retail stores, display and exhibit areas, galleries, museums and installations that require a high intensity, compact fixture.

  • The 56L features a wrench-lock yoke and accessory-retaining clips that accept louvers, barndoors, hoods and filters. 
  • Available in standard black, white and silver finishes. 
  • Custom colors are available by request and at an additional charge.

 

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