VOL 2 ISSUE 1 | FEBRUARY 19, 2016

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Will TM-30 Supplant CRI with Dual Metrics? 
by Lois I. Hutchinson
 
This past summer the Illuminating Engineering Society published TM-30-2015, IES Method for Evaluating Light Source Color Rendition. Developed by consensus, this new calculational methodology reflects updated color science and addresses the escalating problems with color rendering index (CRI), the existing standard. (Who had seen an R9 specification prior to the rise of LED?) Some lighting designers and manufacturers have already embraced the dual metrics of the TM-30 methodology. But will it catch on?
 
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HIGHLIGHTS - TRENDS
LED Lighting: Top 10 Technology Evolutions
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The first commercially viable light-emitting diodes (LEDs) shared a decade with The Beatles' debut, Mickey Mantle's Hall of Fame career and Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon. Mankind and LEDs have taken quite a few large steps since then.   READ MORE...
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