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Leapfrog Lighting’s News & Insights announces three blog posts aimed at educating consumers about LED lighting, including light bulb naming conventions, LED dimming, and lighting design visualization software.
An entire neighborhood unanimously voted to turn out the lights on July 5 in Ottawa, to celebrate the majesty of the starry skies.The popular event, now in its fifth year, brings together artists, scientists, art lovers and star-gazers in one special night.
Watts no longer measure up in terms of indicating brightness of bulbs, reports Leapfrog Lighting News & Insights. The new metrics are lumens, lux and footcandles, in a market where LED lamps produce more illumination per watt.
Leapfrog Lighting’s News & Insights announces four blog posts designed to provoke discussion in the LED lamp industry, including how light meters can harm a lighting manufacturer’s reputation; and, are LED retrofits are wise investment or short sighted mistake.
Leapfrog Lighting’s News & Insights announces three thought-provoking blog posts of interest to the LED lamp industry, including “Attention CRI: you’re no longer relevant” and “3 ways you’re being taken for a ride by LED manufacturers.”
EDN.com editor Carolyn Mathas examines Leapfrog Lighting’s views on the LED lighting industry’s push to include CRI as an Energy Star standard.
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LED lamp innovator Leapfrog Lighting announced its support of an industry push to improve quality standards, and urges LED manufacturers pay increased attention to overall optical performance, consistency and glare factors.
Leapfrog Lighting’s LED PAR30 lamps—known for improved glare control, light distribution and color consistency—are now Energy Star certified, paving the way to wide adoption in industrial and commercial applications.
Social responsibility, economic considerations and lighting quality motivated Tanda Shoes to make the switch to LED lamps. The company entered a Leapfrog Lighting Facebook awareness contest, and won $1000 worth of Leapfrog’s LED retrofit lamps.