Designing LED replacement lamps that are compatible with residential dimmers is complex given the diversity in product performance, creating a challenge for manufacturers to design lamps compatibel with a wide range of dimmers. On behalf of ASSIST, the Lighting Research Center investigated dimming performance of a range of LED replacement lamps, CFLs and incandescent lamps […]
by Jim Brodrick, Department of Energy As more and more LED lighting products have come onto the market, one issue that has generated considerable confusion is dimmability. As discrete devices, LEDs are fully dimmable, and as a result the technology has long been touted as being more suitable for dimming than other lighting technologies. Many […]
The Lighting Controls Association is pleased to announce that it has updated EE103: Dimming Control, a popular offering in the Association’s Education Express series of online distance education courses about lighting controls. The course, authored by Craig DiLouie, principal of ZING Communications, Inc. and LCA’s Education Director, provides an in-depth discussion of dimming technology and […]
At GreenBuild 2010, Jim Frey of OSRAM SYLVANIA talks about the future of lighting, highlighting the EMerge DC Building Power Standard, LED general lighting, OLEDs and wireless controls.
LEDs Magazine has published an article by David Cooper about dimming LED lighting. Get the full story here.