Ushio America Inc., under instruction from the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), recalled its Indiglow LED T8 backlit lamps with a 4-ft tube, which are a direct drop-in replacement for 30W and 32W T8 fluorescent tubes.
Is it part of your job description to decorate for the holidays? If you’re a facility or building manager, or if you’re involved in public works, you might dread the holidays. While people enjoy the decorations, they probably don’t realize the hard labor your team endured to beautify your shopping center, school, borough, mall, etc. Did you know that LED holiday lights could make your job easier? Let’s consider the following points about LED holiday lights.
LED lighting for Christmas and New Years is the best way to help you and your family take in the holidays in a cost-efficient way without sacrificing the effect you want from high quality lighting. Here’s a few places where LED lighting will be making a splash this holiday season:
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard how light emitting diodes (LEDs) have been changing the lighting and energy industries in an unprecedented manner. Although they have been around longer than you might think (read the history of LEDs here), LED lights have only recently begun to impact the mainstream commercial, industrial, real estate, and municipal industries (among others). With Thanksgiving upon us, we thought it might be useful to share three reasons to be thankful for LEDs! Here we go...
Halloween is right around the corner, and just like Christmas, it’s a holiday heavy on awesome lighting for people, residences, and buildings alike! Let’s take a look at four ways LED lighting is changing this holiday for the better!