Controlling Emergency Lighting by Craig DiLouie

The LED revolution produced many luminaires with built-in switching and dimming. This facilitated a trend of using the same luminaires for both general and emergency lighting, powered by battery, backup generator, or UPS. This eliminates emergency units but creates a

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Emergency Lighting: Is LED First Choice?

An increasing number of people would say yes, such has been the growth of LEDs in the market, and the almost universal acclaim for their benefits. LED products tick the box for practically every photometric parameter. Lamp life is clearly

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NEMA’s Lighting Systems Index Shows Mixed Results During First Quarter

Demand for lighting equipment, as measured by NEMA’s Lighting Systems Shipments Index, increased by 1.4 percent year-over-year (y/y) during 2015Q1. However, the quarter-to-quarter change was in negative territory, with a decline of 3.6 percent. Emergency lighting and fixtures gained ground

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