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Among all the selling points related to upgrading old-fashioned lighting fixtures and systems to new, light emitting diode lamps (LED) and systems, retailers should take note that one of colored LED lighting benefits is improved health, among the many other advantages.
Lighting supports the retailer’s image, affects sales and impacts the bottom line. Retailers understand that lighting performs important functions in their operations: Continue Reading →
Compared to incandescent, compact fluorescent and halogen lights, it is obvious that light emitting diode (LED) lamps with their advanced technology are better from every point of view.
CFLs outshine incandescent – Compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) use one-third the electricity used by incandescent lamps, generate heat of only 30 British Thermal Units (BTUs) per hour compared to 85 BTUs by incandescent and last ten times longer. Continue Reading →
Seniors are the fastest growing demographic in the United States and are estimated to increase from 13% of the population to 19% by 2030. With 40% of the population expected to be over age 55 by 2025, it is important to ensure a better quality of life in assisted living and nursing facilities for seniors through the use of light emitting diode (LED) lamps partnered with sensors and dimmers. Continue Reading →
LED lighting technology is creating improved retail, homeowner and municipal lighting solutions by leaps and bounds. No longer is light emitting diode (LED) lighting viewed as a second-rate lighting alternative imposed by governments to save natural resources; it is now widely accepted as an impressive replacement of old technology that saves money and provides superior lighting performance. Continue Reading →
An essential element of in-store retail marketing is innovative lighting and design that applies all the principles needed to draw in customers and keep their interest and attention, as well as create the comfortable atmosphere needed for customers to make purchase decisions.
Altering the lighting design can drastically change the mood and atmosphere of an entire store, which means that with an updated, redesigned lighting system, you can revitalize a store and enhance its brand. Continue Reading →
LED lighting technology offers a whole lot more than traditional lamps. LED’s last longer, use a fraction of the energy load and give off a more natural light that creates a better store atmosphere. What more could you ask for?
How about store Wi-Fi through LED lights? This isn’t as crazy as it sounds. The way LED’s give off light can also be used to provide wireless Internet. We aren’t there yet, but scientists are closing in on this exciting new technology.
Today we get wireless internet through radio waves. You set up a router somewhere in your store and it shoots off radio waves around the building. Devices that can connect to the Internet, like a laptop or smartphone, detect the radio waves and connect to your router and the Internet. Continue Reading →
Your retail store lighting has an impact on how customers interact with your store. Most store managers are somewhat aware of this concept. However, as our understanding of technology and its psychological impact continues to improve, we are finding that retail lighting makes a bigger difference than we ever imagined.
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LED technology is revolutionizing how companies manage their retail store lighting. Compared to traditional light fixtures, LED lamps last much longer, use a fraction of the energy, and project a clearer, more effective light. While LED lamps are still relatively expensive, they are also getting more affordable each year.
It’s no wonder why many companies around the world are jumping on the LED bandwagon. Just this year, three huge organizations made a big shift to LED lighting. Let’s take a look at what they made the change to see if there are any ideas you can use for your business. Continue Reading →
Pete Miller is a leader in the lighting industry with over 30 years of industry experience. He is both a Lighting Certified Professional (LC) and a Certified Document Technologist (CDT) from the Construction Specifications Institute.
Through his career, he has been involved with the design of over 600 on-time store openings and is quickly adding to this total everyday.Continue Reading →