Enjoy our favorite stories from the past week in the world of lighting, LEDs, optical testing and physics. If you would like to improve your LED test and measurement stop by Booth 501 at Strategies in Light 2012. Image, “rockefeller center LEDs”, courtesy of Lazurite on flickr.

Jim Brodrick on LED Manufacturing in the United States: GE Lighting

GE Lighting and other US manufacturers are creating jobs and saving energy with SSL manufacturing.

Philips and DOE discuss the LED L-Prize lamp, due on sale in February

LEDs Magazine discusses a webcast where the US Department of Energy and Philips provided more details on the Philips L-Prize-winning LED lamp.

Lighting Science Group Becomes North America’s Largest Producer of LED Light Bulbs

Lighting Science Group announced that it produced 4.5 million light bulbs in 2011, 450% more than 2010.

2010 US Lighting Market Characterization Report

The 2010 U.S. Lighting Market Characterization is the second report released by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Solid State Lighting Program that provides summary estimates of the installed stock, energy use, and lumen production of all lamps operating in the U.S.

In Case You Missed It – Recent Gamma Scientific News

Gamma Scientific Introduces New Spectrometer for Quick and Easy LED Testing

We are excited to announce a low-cost spectrometer to provide quick and accurate testing for LEDs. The RadOMA Lite is a high-performance, linear CCD array spectrometer designed to test LED intensity and total flux.

Gamma Scientific to Showcase Complete LED Testing Solutions at Strategies in Light 2012

A preview of our exhibition plan for at Strategies in Light 2012. We are displaying spectroradiometers for LED test and measurement, integrating spheres, high-speed LED testers and LED sorters. We will also be discussing our NVLAP accredited lab for LM-79 and SSL testing.

Gamma Scientific is Hiring!

If you are interested in solving complex technical problems and have a passion for Physics, Optics or Engineering take a look at our open positions. We are currently hiring a Calibration Laboratory Manager, Mechanical Engineer/Designer and Systems Scientist.

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