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Written by Steve Heising   
May 22, 2008 at 11:46 AM
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Litecontrol, founded in 1936, is a leader in the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of innovative, high quality architectural lighting systems. Primary markets for the Company’s products include office buildings, schools, hospitals, laboratories, and libraries throughout North America. With 205 employee-owners, the Company designs, develops, fabricates, paints, and assembles its products at two fully integrated manufacturing facilities totaling 450,000 square feet in Hanson and Plympton, Massachusetts. Litecontrol has a very helpfull Knowlegebase of Lighting Information
http://www.litecontrol.com/

Illuminations - Helpful Write-ups on Lighting Design for Various Spaces
Illuminations for Reading
The challenge of lighting design for libraries - a summary of the issues.
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Illuminations for Learning
The challenge of lighting educational facilities - a summary of the issues.
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Illuminations For Wellness
The challenge of lighting design for healthcare facilities.
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Illuminations for Research
The challenge of lighting design for laboratories.
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Illuminations for the 21st Century
The turn toward suspended architectural fluorescent lighting systems.
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Illuminations for Office Productivity
The challenge of lighting design for the office environment.
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Last Updated ( May 22, 2008 at 07:23 PM )
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LED at 50

Here’s a BBC News Technology story and video that was brought to my attention by Bob Jones at Publitek—Thanks Bob!

LED at 50: An illuminating history by the light’s inventor. Scroll through the images—they’re amazing.



Celebrating 50 years since the advent of LED technology, Nick Holonyak compares his first visible LED invention to GE Lighting's latest 27-watt LED available in 2013, replacing the 100-watt incandescent. (Photo: General Electric)

Source:  http://www.edn.com/electronics-blogs/led-zone/4398696/LED-Week-in-Review-Ikea--Enlightenment-via-Texas-Instruments--Plessey--Wireless-bulbs-shine-on--LED-at-50?cid=Newsletter+-+EDN+on+LEDs