With a seemingly endless range of possibilities, choosing the right bulb can be a challenge. Watch our lighting tutorials to help clarify your options.
New federal energy efficiency standards require the use of more efficient light bulbs. Watch the video or review the interactive Legislation Brochure to find out what this means for you.
The Department of Energy (DOE) issued new energy efficiency standards for fluorescent, halogen and incandescent bulbs.
Light bulb efficiency standards are being phased in 2012–2014 and require the use of more efficient light bulbs. The new standards are based on efficacy, and bulbs must meet new minimum Lumen per Watt (LPW) requirements.
To understand light bulb efficiency standards and how they will affect how you light your home, watch the video or review our interactive Legislation Brochure.
The world of lighting revolves around several key terms. We are all familiar with wattage, but what exactly do lumen, kelvin and cri mean?
The iconic Miami Tower is a 47-story office building famous for its color-changing lights. See the beautiful Philips Color Kinetics LED lighting system in action.