organic pendant for low ceilings from Emdelight

April 23, 2009 § Leave a comment

LED pendant from Emdelight

Just looking around on the web for some modern lighting for low ceiling rooms, like when there is a dropped ceiling for sound isolation or electrical wiring and air condition ducts, I’ve stumbled over this organic shaped lamp from Emdelight and I think it’s a different kind of led pendant so I thought it is worth nailing the design on my blog .

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Siemens’ Ostar LED takes the lead on brightness

March 19, 2007 § 1 Comment

Siemens SuperBright LEDI wrote a few weeks ago about LED(Light Emitting Diode) bulbs as the new era of low-energy lighting but concluded sadly that LEDs are still not bright enough to really change the whole bulbs in the house, not only the side-lamps or some pilot lamps on the alley. Now Siemens comes to prove me wrong with this marveling 1,000 lumens/ 1 square millimeter.

Siemens explains:

The Ostar Lighting LED, which will be launched on the market this summer, can provide sufficient light for a « Read the rest of this entry »

Led Bulbs, the next step in lighting

February 17, 2007 § 4 Comments

Led Bulbs, energy efficient lighting

Leds will be our future light-sources, we only wait for some waaay cheaper ones

Incandescent light bulbs have a relatively poor luminous efficacy and therefore are gradually being replaced in many applications by different lighting technologies like fluorescent lights, high-intensity discharge lamps, LEDs, and other devices. The thing that caught my attention to LED bulbs is their « Read the rest of this entry »

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