At the LED Show last week, Marci Sanders of D&R International, an environmental and energy efficiency consulting firm, presented an update of recent revisions to the Lighting Facts program aimed at further improving the integrity of products that carry the Lighting Facts label. The biggest change is that Lighting Facts will now require that manufacturers update the status of their listed products annually.
To kick off the first day of conference sessions at The LED Show (Las Vegas, NV), Cree, Bridgelux, and Nichia took the stage in the first session, touting vastly different messages. Cree focused on the system-level aspects of solid-state lighting (SSL) design.
For many lighting professionals, the dimming and control aspect of the industry can represent a seemingly complex problem. There are an increasing number of control options to choose from with LED lighting and compatibility is not always assured.