These industrial fixtures light up a sandblasting machine from the outside. There were six high-pressure sodium lights making a gloomy yellow lights, but now the operators love the white light from this LED fixture.
LG ‘SAFE BLUE TECHNOLOGY’ LED LIGHTING TECHNOLOGY HELPS REDUCE LIGHT SENSITIVITY, EYE STRAIN
Unveiled at LIGHTFAIR, Blue Light Reducing Technology Exemplifies LG’s Leadership in Advanced Lighting Category
CHICAGO, May 8, 2018 – LG Electronics USA is introducing energy-efficient LED lighting troffers with new LG “Safe Blue” technology, a first-of-its-kind innovation designed to help reduce light sensitivity, eye strain and fatigue. Demonstrated this week at 2018 LIGHTFAIR International industry trade show (Booth #1131), this new technology reduces the amount of blue light wavelengths that are common in conventional LED and standard lighting options. This cutting-edge solution can help improve occupant comfort in various commercial settings such as schools, hospitals and office buildings.
James Bailey, head of LG’s U.S. LED lighting business, said, “Our newly designed troffers with Safe Blue technology demonstrate LG’s industry leadership in providing the most innovative LED lighting technology on the market. Through this technology, we are helping our customers achieve a more comfortable environment along with seamless control throughout their facilities for a more efficient and convenient installation and management.”
LG also makes connectivity easier than ever thanks to our integral ZigBee® wireless capability, Bailey explained.
The troffers with Safe Blue technology can also be programmed to customizable light levels, allowing for increased energy savings and to set the ideal light levels. Installers can use LG’s mobile application, available for use on Android devices, to group, dim, schedule and manage features with the touch of a button, allowing rapid payback with energy savings from daylight harvesting, light-level optimization, and automatic occupancy or vacancy modes with this cutting-edge lighting solution.
For more information about LG’s complete U.S. lighting portfolio, please visit www.LGlightingUS.com # # #
November is a good time to evaluate strategy, direction and the meaning of life. We are taking some time to make a very messy change by moving the Lights Go Inc website to a new host and a new platform. We’ll be using WordPress and so far it seems pretty good. The old one was Typo3, which I liked but it was hard to update.
In the process there will be a lot of dead pages for a week or so while all the details get filled out. Nevertheless Lights Go Inc. is glad to talk to you about your products, your products or whatever is on your mind.
Apologies for the dead menu stubs. We’ll get there. Thanks.