New Luxeon HL4X from Lumileds Delivers the Light for Very-High Output Lighting Applications and Improves System Efficiency
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New Luxeon HL4X from Lumileds Delivers the Light for Very-High Output Lighting Applications and Improves System Efficiency

May 14, 2024 Lumileds’ latest high-power LED, LUXEON HL4X, uses the familiar 3535 footprint and shares existing optics enabling simple and fast performance upgrades Lumileds announced the release of its LUXEON HL4X power LED that delivers the lighting industry’s highest output and efficacy; it furthers the ability for lighting manufacturers to standardize their designs around a common footprint…

Espen Technology Unveils Revo™ Lighting: A Game-Changing Expansion in Commercial Lighting
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Espen Technology Unveils Revo™ Lighting: A Game-Changing Expansion in Commercial Lighting

December 7, 2023 Today marks a historic milestone for Espen Technology as they introduce the world to Revo™ Lighting, an innovative commercial and industrial light fixture brand. Revo offers a diverse range of luminaire types, signaling Espen’s powerful leap into the competitive landscape of North America’s lighting giants. Espen, renowned for dominating the market with top-tier…

How to Detect Problems In Your Warehouse Using Artificial Intelligence
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How to Detect Problems In Your Warehouse Using Artificial Intelligence

November 15, 2023 David Gordon Warehousing is core to a distributor’s value proposition. Customers expect distributors to carry inventory. The 2023 NAED PAR report (2022 data) stated that, on average, 72% of distributor sales emanate from their warehouse. Given the importance of a warehouse to distributors, managing costs and reducing errors is critical to profitability….

Survey Predicts Supply Chain to Remain Unstable Through Q2 2024
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Survey Predicts Supply Chain to Remain Unstable Through Q2 2024

According to research conducted from May-June 2022 surveying top U.S. supply chain executives in a variety of industry sectors, more than 50% said they don’t expect a return to a more normal supply chain until the first half of 2024.