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  • Hospitability

    Lighting a hotel or restaurant is a difficult task. Most hotels would need to have lighting 24/7 in corridors and hallways or in reception area. Yet the lighting must also be adaptable, capable of creating a wide range of ambiences to make the guest feel welcome, safe and comfortable.

    LED solutions can make guests feel comfortable,and do it while offering enormous savings in maintenance and energy costs. By using RGB LED solutions we could provide an ever-changing palette of moods, each tailor-made for a specific moment, or specific use. And equally importantly is the low maintenance such systems require, delivering greatly reduced operating costs.


  • The LED lighting experts at LEDtronics® (Torrance, CA), announced that they helped the Hilton Garden Inn, Washington, D.C. eliminate the time and costs involved in maintaining old, incandescent bulbs on their marquis canopy by replacing them with the latest, LED bulb technology. “We have been using the old, incandescent bulbs in the marquis since the hotel was built, and they constantly burnt out and needed to be replaced at least once a week”. “By switching to LED lamps, not only the lights provide a nice appearance, but we do not need to change the bulbs for years, and this saves us an extensive amount of maintenance time and costs.”

  • "Macy's expects the retrofit will reduce the company's energy consumption by 73 percent" Plans are underway with Macy's to RETROFIT 117,000 Halogen based lights with highly energy efficient LED Lamps. Going from 43-watt halogen lamps to 17-watt LED lights is expected to provide the same Lumens with considerably less energy use. The new Accent Lighting LED bulbs will be custom-made by Philips.

  • NEWS: Cree, the LED company best known for their $10 LED bulb, has had a busy year. After releasing the Cree LED bulb in 40W and 60W equivalent models, the company went on to ship a high colour accuracy model, the Cree TW, and a BR30 directional bulb. Recently, well under a year since the release of its first consumer LED bulb, Cree has announced a 75W-equivalent, 1100 lumen model, priced at US$24. The 75W-equivalent Cree LED bulb produces 1100 lumens at 13.5W, which means an it operates at an excellent 84.5 lumens-per-watt. The bulb is rated for 25,000 hours and runs at 2700K. As with Cree's other bulbs, it's backed by the company's 10-year warranty.


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