“Wait – PowerSecure Lighting does outdoor lighting too?”We do – and Stanwood Self Storage, in Washington, is thrilled with their new lighting system!
As you may know from our TUMI Case Study last week, PowerSecure Lighting has been working with TUMI, a premier provider of high-quality, cutting-edge luggage and accessories for business, travel and lifestyle since 1975. Together we have brightened their stores and enhance the look of their merchandise with the greatest quality of LED lighting on the market. If you’re in NYC for LightFair 2015, you should check it out! There were so many great shots that we couldn’t fit into the case study but just couldn’t help but share!
Solais LED fixtures make premium retailer’s products “pop” with exclusive VioLight color-enhancing technology
PowerSecure Lighting (a division of PowerSecure International, NYSE: POWR, www.PowerSecureLighting.com) is the fastest-growing and most technologically-relevant LED product manufacturer in the United States. With a client list including the world’s leading brands and a team composed of the industry’s top talent, PowerSecure Lighting is a leader in the LED lighting space.
When talking about lighting, the topic of color is often the driving force behind product selection. It’s a word we have all used so much in different context. We have been talking about color since we were toddlers. It’s one of the first things we are taught (in addition to numbers), but technically, in itself – it doesn’t exist. So, that begs the question – what is “color?”
For many years, (light-emitting diodes) struggled to fulfill their promise as the dominant technology for the next generation of general-lighting. As the major LED manufacturers began to expand capacity (thereby driving down costs), many end users continued to complain about color quality, usable-life claims and the actual return on investment. Through this feedback, manufacturers realized that the requirements for the general-lighting market were not synonymous with those of the automotive, display or indicator markets.
We recently evaluated the Solais LED LR38 (21W, 1000 lumens) against a PAR38 halogen (90W, 130V, 1310 lumens) for a high-profile client. The client had some initial concerns due to the apparent large difference in lumens between the two products, but this was simply because they did not have a proper understanding of the importance behind the 130V rating.
PowerSecure Lighting’s Blog Post on Aiming in Retail settings using Solais products.