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How digital lighting controls overcome lack of dimming standards

 Fulham Co., Inc., a US supplier of lighting components and electronics for commercial and specialty applications,... Read more >>

Lighting Council Australia Updates

Reports of Non-Compliant Products

Three products have been reported to the NSW, WA and Victorian electrical safety regulators after Members notified Lighting Council Australia of electrically unsafe products. 

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Expressions of interest now open for Vivid Light 2019

 Vivid Light is in many ways the glowing symbol of what Vivid Sydney has set out to achieve. It transforms the Sydney... Read more >>

LED innovations set to grow global stadium lighting market to a value of US$622.2 million by 2023

 With sport stadiums around the world replacing old lighting systems with LEDs, a new report suggests that the global... Read more >>

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Technology R&D Expert Joins the Lighting Research Center at Rensselaer