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Seeing the light: a round-up

Designers can be forgiven for thinking that LEDs are the most commonly specified lighting equipment available. But their predominance in terms of coverage far outweighs their current penetration of the market. It is quite possible that in a decade's time they will be all pervasive, with manufacturers such as Color Kenetics, Crescent Lighting's CL Optic and ACDC Lighting leading the way in product design (but remember, anyone quoting a 100,000 hour lamp life for LED technology should ...


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