Enjoy our favorite stories from the past week in the world of lighting, LEDs, optical testing and physics. If you are going to be in Northern California next week stop by Booth 501 at Strategies in Light 2012 to see live demonstrations of our spectroradiometers, integrating spheres and binning instruments for LED Testing. Image, “#31-LED”, courtesy of Mike Deal aka ZoneDancer on flickr.
OCG Lighting has launched the NeoBulb Escort ATEX, which is designed specifically for hazardous and explosive environments.
Must see images and video of The Luminarie De Cagna, an imposing cathedral-like structure that was recently on display at the 2012 Light Festival in Ghent, Belgium.
The United States Department of Energy estimates that LED lighting can cut energy consumption in half by 2030.
Philips has developed what is said to be the world’s most efficient and cost effective solar powered LED street lighting solution per km of road.
New lighting standards in the United States, along with similar actions in Europe and China, are helping spur new technologies that will change the way the world’s homes and businesses are illuminated.
In Case You Missed It – Recent Gamma Scientific News
Attendees can visit Gamma Scientific at Strategies in Light 2012 to view live demonstrations of complete LED test solutions and learn how to optimize their LED testing for maximum performance. Gamma Scientific will be exhibiting at booths 501 and 600. Strategies in Light 2012 will be held at the Santa Clara Convention Center from February 7-9, 2012.
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.
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.