See below for our new segments!
EPISODE 3
Alec Polaine
presents "Blade R by iguzzini"
Miss last week's video on Lutron Vive? Watch it here.
Want to learn more about iGuzzini's Blade R?
Join them in their Recanati, Italy Light Lab
this Thursday, March 4th at 10:00 AM!
Bantam™ and Lumenpod® 30 are designed with superior asymmetric optics that projects the output from the mounting surface towards the path or feature making them an excellent source of safety for pathway lighting. 

All Lumenrail products boast a solid 316 Stainless Steel construction, IK10 Rating and IP67 Ingress Protection.
Another Lumenrail component for safety and light
Square Post Mount and Flush Post Point Source
ONLINE AIA CES AVAILABLE

ADA, Building Codes, & Standards for Handrails & Guards
  1. Explain the differences between handrails and guardrails.
  2. Discuss building codes related to the design and installation of handrails and guardrails.
  3. Apply the International Code Council’s I-Codes to handrails and guardrails.
  4. Understand the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Accessible and Usable Buildings and Facilities (ANSI A117.1) in relation to handrails and guardrails.
Volta is illustrated by its delicate features, an almost ethereal presence
of suspended arches, moved by the force that generates light.
With a single pendant or a combination of them, we can generate highly personal spaces, filling rooms with an infinity of subtle waves and atmospheres.
Stunning
When Architecture Becomes Light
Wall, Table, Floor and Multiple Suspensions
SURGICAL LIGHTING
WHY GREEN?
GE emerged with the first dedicated green lamps for surgery
called F40T12/G89. The “G89” stood for the color number of the LEE
Filters™. GE chose this color for its spectral curve that closely
matched the CIE curve of the human eye’s sensitivity.
It was discovered that by using a filtered lamp that was close to the
eye’s highest sensitivity, less light energy was needed to perform
supplemental visual tasks such as reading instruments and charts.
When supplemental surgical fixtures transitioned to LEDs, we were
given a better light source with higher purity and longer useful life.
The native green LED makes its light directly through the chemistry of
the LED. Not only does the purity of the LED allow for a more effective
green light, it also supports the ability to have higher CRI white light for
general surgeries as well as allowing a full range of illumination levels.
The narrow bandwidth and improved performance of the LEDs
increased the perceived light levels of the surgical space, improving
visibility for everyone. Green LED light allows the specification
community to have a much more simplified process when choosing a
source that will provide light level sufficient enough to perform tasks
such as reading labels, choosing instruments, and moving about the
room while not creating contrast on the monitors. As a result, Green
LED fixtures ensure the full surgical team is provided with the visual
acuity needed without all the glare and visual fatigue.
Learn more about Which Green is Right and the LED Selection