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When two teams square off for the NFL championship on February 4, they’ll compete under the bright lights of Minnesota’s U.S. Bank Stadium, the first major sports facility to use LED lighting from the outset. As a result, players and fans — including 66,200 watching in person and millions more watching on high-definition television — will experience a big game unlike any of the previous 51 editions.
Myers Power Products, Inc. (“Myers”) today announced an expansion of its Emergency Lighting product line with the introduction of Emergency Lighting Controls.
Today lighting designers, specifiers and facilities teams are learning a new language of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) as well as an important distinction between lumen output and delivered lumens. The latter two lighting metrics are related yet different, and this is causing confusion in the field. Learn more