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Why red is so difficult for LEDs?

Why red is so difficult for LEDs?

If you are manufacturing , selling or buying LED lights, understanding its color rendering is very important. LED lighting is being promoted across the world as being the perfect lighting technology that not only saves energy and is environment friendly, but also emit the right light and color temperature.

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NEMA white paper on domestic procurement policy and manufacturing

NEMA white paper on domestic procurement policy and manufacturing

NEMA white paper on domestic procurement policy and manufacturing. The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA), on behalf of its Lighting Systems Division, published a brief white paper on considerations U.S. federal, state, and local governments should have in mind when setting requirements for procurement of energy-efficient lighting systems.

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Photonics will be the technology of 21st century

Photonics will be the technology of 21st century

Photonics will be the technology of 21st century. The aim of the International Year of Light 2015 is to create awareness about light sciences and their application, and to highlight light based technologies like LED, OLED, etc, to meet the global challenges of energy for general lighting and other applications.

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NEMA questions IEEE flicker standard

NEMA questions IEEE flicker standard

By BizLED Bureau June 30, 2015: The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) has come up with a new standard that defines acceptable limits to flicker in LED lighting products. The standard defines safe levels of flicker by percentage relative to the operating frequency of a light source powered by the AC line. Lighting flicker causes maladies in humans ...

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