Kevin Willmorth, founder of Lumenique, started an interesting project. He will design 52 new SSL products in 52 weeks for 2010.
Kevin writes in his blog:
I will be developing a few wall and pendant products as the inspiration leads me. Of course in the course of one week, engineering documentation will be only what I need to execute the prototype, using Rhino CAD to lay out 3D models before making chips, and there will be no UL listing. However, every design will be completed by me including
I'll be attending LEDs 2009 event this week. If you want to schedule a meeting please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LEDs 2009 Exhibit Hours:
Tue, Oct 20 - 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Wed, Oct 21 - 7:00 AM - 7:30 PM
Thu, Oct 22 - 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM
San Diego Skyline
[F20] Taking It to the Streets: Using LEDs for Outdoor Lighting Applications (IES)
Friday, September 25, 2009, 2:30 - 3:30 PM
This session will cover the basics of LED lighting technology and standards for photometric testing and life ratings, provide guidelines for effective evaluation and specification of LED luminaires, and review case studies in Canada and the U.S. focusing on commercial exterior lighting.
Speaker: Shirley Coyle, LC, is president of Ruud Lighting Canada/BetaL
The DOE hosted a workshop Voices for SSL Efficiency 2009 in Chicago on July 13-15. Unfortunately for me it overlapped with SemiconWest 2009 which I attended in San Francisco.
In this post I will try to gather feedback from people who attended this event.
Ted Konnerth, Ergret Consulting
Several issues struck me as noteworthy:
Energy Planning. A representative of the State of California (the 8th largest economy in the world) gave an interesting talk about the impacts of clean technolog
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