Jay Goodman, member of the board of directors at the
National Lighting Bureau,
speaks at a round table discussion in Washington D.C.
Coming in October...
LED Retrofit Downlight (LRD), in additional beam spreads
Wide, Medium and Narrow Beams
Exelon has selected the LER to replace its Fluorescent Troffers
Exelon Corporation is one of the largest power generators in the United States with operations in 47 states, the District of Columbia and Canada. Exelon has selected the new LumenOptix LER to replace their existing T8, 3 lamp Fluorescent Troffers. In addition to energy and maintenance savings and ease of installation, Exelon will enjoy an updated appearance in their offices for their employees and visitors.
FNB Bank has selected the LER
The 1st National Bank of Green Bay, Wisconsin wanted an LED solution that was an architectural upgrade to their current fixtures, while offering the energy and maintenance benefits of LED. They have selected the LumenOptix LER. The LER installs within minutes and can transform the appearance of an entire space with its modern design and performance.
Lougheed Town Center is using the LRD to improve the lighting in its common areas
Located in Vancouver, British Columbia, Lougheed Town Center is a regional mall of several hundred thousand square feet. They have selected the 6 inch and 8 inch LRD in numerous lumen packages to replace their existing metal halide lighting. Visitors to the mall will enjoy a better shopping experience through brighter lighting in all of the common areas.
UConn has selected the LumenOptix CLS
The University of Connecticut serves more than 30,000 students across 6 campuses. They have selected the LumenOptix CLS Cylinder Series for their UConn Health Center. In addition to saving over 80% in energy usage, the students and faculty alike will enjoy the great appearance of the surface mounted and wall mounted cylinders as well as their outstanding performance.
Lima Memorial Hospital has selected the LRD
Lima Memorial Health System is a leader in Northwest Ohio in providing quality, innovative health care for their many patients. They are using the 8 inch, 2,000 Lumen LRD to replace their current inefficient downlighting.
The Dennos Museum Center is using the LRD to improve its lighting
Affiliated with Northwest Michigan College, the Dennos Museum Center is home to the one of the most complete collections of Inuit art in the United States. The museum is replacing their 18 watt twin tube horizontal CFL lighting in the galleries, lobby and corridors with the LRD.
Our LED 2'x2' and 2'x4' troffer and parabolic solution for the built environment (LER), is now a qualified product with DesignLights Consortium®
The DesignLights Consortium® promotes quality, performance and energy efficient commercial sector lighting solutions through collaboration among its federal, regional, state, utility, and energy efficiency program members, luminaire manufacturers, lighting designers, and other industry stakeholders throughout the US and Canada. For the DLC qualified product listing please visit www.designlights.org, or click on logo to download PDF listing.
The LED Retrofit Downlight (LRD), is now available in 4000 lumens
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The NLB, for almost 40 years, has been dedicated to educating the general public on the advantages of proper, quality lighting – what it calls High-Benefit Lighting®.
The San Antonio Airport has selected the LRD to upgrade its downlighting
Passengers traveling through the San Antonio Airport will soon enjoy an improved lighting experience as the airport is replacing its inefficient lighting with the LumenOptix LRD. The airport chose the LRD for its exceptional visual acuity as well as its ease of installation and tremendous energy efficiency.
Amtrak is using the LRD to upgrade the lighting at its transportation centers
Amtrak operates more than 300 trains each day connecting more than 500 destinations in 46 states and three Canadian provinces. As part of an efficiency initiative and an effort to improve the passenger experience, it has selected the LRD to replace its existing metal halide fixtures. Stations will have a brighter appearance as the LRD's will efficiently produce up to 4,000 lumens, all while saving significant energy and maintenance costs.
Temple University's Liacouras Center has selected the LRD
The Liacouras center is a 10,200 seat multi- purpose venue located on the Temple University Campus. The 340,000 square foot building is home to the Temple Owls Men and Women's basketball teams as well as numerous other functions. In an effort to improve the fan experience, the University and Global Spectrum, the venue manager, have selected the LRD to improve the lighting at the Center.
General Growth Properties is upgrading its lighting at its Lynnhaven Mall with the LumenOptix LRD
Located in Virginia Beach, VA, the Lynnhaven Mall is one of the largest malls on the East Coast at 1,170,000 square feet. GGP is improving the lighting in the mall's common areas by replacing their inefficient metal halide fixtures with the LumenOptix LRD. The incredible ease of installation means the upgrade can take place with no interruption to the customer experience. In addition to maintenance and energy savings, GGP, its patrons and its tenants will enjoy an improved overall appearance.
Tanger Factory Outlets is using the LRD to replace its 75 and 100 watt Incandescent lighting
Tanger Outlets is one of the nation's largest operators of Outlet Centers with locations throughout the United States and Canada. It has selected the LRD to replace its exterior under canopy lighting. With its damp location rating, ease of installation, excellent visual acuity and energy savings of nearly 75 percent, the LRD was a natural choice.
Convention Center has selected the LRD
The Pennsylvania Convention Center (“PACC”) is the 14th
facility in the United States and the largest exhibit space in the Northeast. It has received numerous awards and
recognitions for its Green initiatives.
PACC has chosen the 10” LRD to replace its Metal Halide fixtures. The LRD will simply install into the existing
rough in kits and will significantly improve the light and energy use at the
The University of Hartford has selected LumenOptix’s LED Cylinders (“CLS”) for their Konover Center
The University of Hartford wanted to improve the appearance of their Konover Campus Center. They have selected the LumenOptix CLS LED Cylinders to replace their 250 Watt Incandescent fixtures. Faculty, Students and Visitors to the Campus will enjoy the significant upgrade in lighting while the Administration and Maintenance Departments will appreciate energy and maintenance savings for many years.
Jay Goodman, Founder of LumenOptix
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Kohl’s has selected the LRD to improve the lighting in its stores
Kohl’s Department Stores is consistently recognized as a Sustainability Leader. Kohl’s has selected the LRD to improve the appearance of their stores and the customer experience while significantly reducing energy and maintenance costs. They are using the LRD to replace existing metal halide and fluorescent bulbs.