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  1. History of Induction Lighting

    The induction light is a revolutionary breakthrough in the history of light. This new method of lighting does not use electrodes or heat filaments to produce light. Rather, induction lamps transmit energy through electromagnetic fields to simulate the atoms of the gas inside the glass tube and make them release a photon. The photon produces light. Induction lamps last much...

  2. How to Balance Warehouse Light Levels with Energy Efficiency

    Calculating appropriate light levels for a warehouse is made challenging by the fact that all different types of tasks may take place under one roof – and often within one area. Picking, packaging, shipping, receiving and office work all require different quantities of light in order to assure worker safety and performance. But the real trick is making sure that...

  3. Lighting sensors: How can I use them to save energy in my warehouse?

    Now that the old high-intensity discharge lights in many warehouses have fluorescents and LED replacements, facility managers are taking their energy-savings efforts to the next level and installing lighting sensors. You could have the most energy efficient lights on the market, but if they are burning brightly in unoccupied areas, or in rooms fully lit by natural daylight, you are...

  4. DLC: What is the Design Lights Consortium?

    When purchasing energy-efficient lamps and lighting fixtures, you may come across some that say "DLC Listed". However, you may be unclear what exactly that means. Let's take a look at who the DLC is, what it means to be DLC listed, and the benefits of purchasing those lighting products.   Click Here to Shop DLC Certified Products Now - Hint: Filter by products that...

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