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Why Grow With LEDs

Alternative types of horticulture have grown exponentially in the past decade, mainly for indoor and urban operations. Because these types of growing operations usually do not have access to natural sunlight, artificial lighting is required. In order to provide plants with sufficient light to properly grow, light fixtures used for horticulture must have exceptionally good …

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LED High Bay Buyers Guide

High bay lighting has been a popular choice for commercial and industrial users throughout the world for decades, due to its relatively compact size and intense lumen output. Over the past several years, LED technology has come to dominate the high bay marketplace due to improvements in energy efficiency and service life as well as …

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Color Temperature

What Is Color Temperature? Artificial lighting comes in a wide range of colors to suit many different applications. In order to quantify this, the color of lighting is measured on a color temperature scale using Kelvin (K). Formally known as the Coordinated Color Temperature (CCT), this scale ranges from 1,000K all the way up to …

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LED Racetrack Lighting

Quality lighting for race tracks and racing events has an easily noticeable and well known impact on visibility for fans, spectators and media crews. However, something not often thought about is how lighting affects race participants and track workers. Equipping a track facility with the best lighting possible ensures that drivers, participants and workers have …

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Color Rendering Index

The Color Rendering Index (CRI), simply put, is the measurement of a particular light’s accuracy in illuminating colors. This is measured on a numerical scale going up to 100, which is the CRI of a reference light. Known to color scientists as a “black body radiator”, a reference light is either traditional incandescent light or …

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