Experts shed light on best practices for LED lighting applications

By Healthcare Facilities Today
May 30, 2013

The landscape of lighting products for institutional and commercial facilities changes regularly, but no change has been more prominent in the last few years than the arrival of light-emitting diode (LED) technology. 

The challenge for maintenance and engineering managers is making sense of the new LED products and their manufacturers, and then specifying the most appropriate products for particular facility applications.

A recent article in Maintenance Solutions magazine outlines some of the key considerations for specifying LED applications and takes a look at current lighting products. 

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