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Technology | September 07, 2017

Everything Apple does is Magic but iBeacon?

Apple iBeacon did not exist when I wrote RTLS for Dummies. And, almost four years after Apple announced iBeacon, it has failed to live up to the kind of sky-high expectations Apple’s involvement evokes. People often ask me why iBeacon, despite the seductive promise of Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality applications, has not disrupted the indoor location industry. Before I address … Continue reading Everything Apple does is Magic but iBeacon?

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Industry | August 07, 2017

LED Lamp Market – The “race to the bottom” has a silver lining

I’m not surprised by the recent UL warning on James Industry Inc.’s Hybrid (dual mode –Type A & Type B) T8 tubes that bear an unauthorized UL mark and do not meet UL standards for safety. This incident highlights a common phenomenon that occurs when high volume technology products are in the early stage of their adoption … Continue reading LED Lamp Market – The “race to the bottom” has a silver lining

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Industry | February 22, 2017

DLC paves the way for Utility Rebates and Affordable LED Retrofits

DLC paves the way for Utility Rebates and Affordable LED Retrofits Upgrading your building’s lighting to LED can be an expensive endeavor, but it doesn’t have to be. There are two tools available to help reduce the cost of an LED upgrade for your facility. First, whenever possible, retrofit using plug-and-play or line driven LED … Continue reading DLC paves the way for Utility Rebates and Affordable LED Retrofits

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Products | August 15, 2016

“What’s in a Name?”

You may have noticed that we recently changed the names and color identities of our products.  Our product specifications and ordering SKUs remain unchanged. So why did we retire the Helen, Susan, and Lucy Lamp product names? First, our customers told us that as our standard plug and play product line expansion this year with … Continue reading “What’s in a Name?”

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Products Technology | June 17, 2016

Universal Input LED Lamps – How do they work?

In commercial lighting applications with HiD or older 2 pin fluorescent lamps, a magnetic ballast is used to control the energy in the arc lamp. In the first generation of LED replacement lamps, two kinds were available: LED lamps that only worked with the ballast – such as Lunera’s Gen1 & Gen2 Susan families – … Continue reading Universal Input LED Lamps – How do they work?

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