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Re: LED Reality In Lighting Failure

Posted By: SVP Neon Equipment
Date: Tuesday, 2 March 2010, at 8:44 a.m.

In Response To: LED Reality In Lighting Failure (Jerry Strealy)


Same question as Mr. Neon.

Also, the link posted does not work so it is hard to determine what type of LED lighting this luncheon will specifically cover. But because it is an IES event, plus the mention of SSL *lamps*, I suspect it will be about architectural lighting and not channel letter type lighting. However, SSL lamps are starting to replace fluorescent lamps in some sign cabinets.

> LED Update

> Andrew Lindstrom, Philips North American SSL
> Develop Manager

> Presentation Summary:

> As most professionals in the industry are
> aware, Solid State Lighting has become the
> next generational revolution in lighting
> technology. However, as with any new
> technology, there are many embellished
> claims of performance. How does a designer
> know how to separate real claims from the
> hype? This presentation will provide an
> overview of LED technology with a focus on
> how to differentiate between products.
> Specifically, what type of information that
> a lighting professional should require of
> any & all manufacturers proposing an LED
> solution. Furthermore, this presentation
> will cover some best case applications as
> well as review the tools available for
> specifiers to make an informed decision on
> this technology.

> About the presenter:
> Andrew Lindstrom has over 14 years in the
> lighting industry. He is lighting certified,
> and has held a wide range of product
> management and sales positions with General
> Electric and Cooper Lighting. He has been a
> member of the IESNA for over a decade both
> as Vice President of the Des Moines, IA
> chapter and is currently serving on the
> Sports lighting & Roadway committees.
> Currently, he is with Philips Lighting as
> the North American Development Manager for
> SSL lamps.

> IES - Portland Oregon Section March
> Luncheon:

> Wednesday, March 24, 2010

> World Trade Center

> Sky Bridge Rooms A&B

> 121 SW Salmon

> Portland, OR 97204

> Lunch - 12pm to 1:30pm - $25


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