Aeon Lighting Technology
Aeon Lighting Technology (ALT) was formed in 2007 by Supermicro, Compuware, and Ablecom, all recognized leaders in the computer server industry. Its roots in an industry that places a heavy premium on minimizing power consumption and maximizing heat dissipation have served ALT well, and its focus on these factors has produced an impressive array of products recognized internationally for their reliability, longevity, and light quality. No more clearly is this evident than in ALT’s MR16 lamp. Available in six versions to replace 20W to 60W halogens, ALT’s MR16 offers power consumption savings of up to 85 percent over an equivalent halogen lamp, and a useful life ten times that of its halogen counterpart. These features reflect ALT’s use of only top tier component suppliers, including Cree, Epistar, and Bridgelux, and its attention to design detail, as evidenced by its patented heat sink made of high-density aluminum. ALT’s MR16 received the coveted reddot design award in 2011. ALT’s products are LM-79 tested. They are also UL, ETL, CSA & Energy Star certified & DLC listed for LDC incentives.
Formed in 2004 and headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, Albeo Technologies designs, manufactures, and markets white‐LED lighting systems for commercial and industrial general lighting applications. Albeo’s industrial relamping clients include Caterpillar (750,000 sq. ft. manufacturing center – the largest indoor LED installation in the United States), Apple (500,000 sq. ft. iCloud data center – 8th largest datacenter in the world), over 20 Americold facilities (largest cold storage provider in the United States), and the first school and grocery chain in the United States to use LED lighting exclusively. Albeo’s client list also includes Microsoft, Lockheed Martin, and Grumman. Albeo’s products, especially its C-series linear LEDs, have won numerous awards and feature only the industry’s finest components, including Nichia’s chipsets. Albeo’s products are LM-79 tested. They are also UL or CSA certified & DLC listed for LDC incentives.
Based in Singapore, AmberGreat Electronics specializes in LED luminaires for outdoor applications, including street lights, parking garage lights, tunnel lights, and gas station lights. All of AmberGreat’s products offer five-year warranties and feature Cree LED chips. AmberGreat’s products have been installed across the globe, with over one million products installed to date. They are UL listed and are available in numerous power configurations, ensuring AmberGreat has a replacement for virtually any conventional outdoor luminaire.
is an industry leader in providing environmentally responsible and cost effective solutions for unique waste streams. It is our company objective to provide safe and permanent treatment and disposal options for a wide range of material.
The DesignLights Consortium® (DLC) is a project of Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships (NEEP), a regional non-profit founded in 1996 whose mission is to serve the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic to accelerate energy efficiency in the building sector through public policy, program strategies and education. The DLC promotes quality, performance and energy efficient commercial sector lighting solutions through collaboration among its federal, regional, state, utility, and energy efficiency program members; luminaire manufacturers; lighting designers and other industry stakeholders throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Over its 14 year history the DLC program has driven the lighting market towards innovation by providing information, education, tools and technical expertise for cutting edge technologies. Since 2010, the DLC has administered the Qualified Products List (QPL), a leading resource that distinguishes quality, high efficiency LED products for the commercial sector. Today, the QPL sets the bar for efficiency program incentives across the U.S. and Canada while informing manufacturer product development.
is a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) voluntary program that helps businesses and individuals save money and protect our climate through superior energy efficiency.
To maintain consumer trust and improve the oversight of ENERGY STAR certified products, homes, and commercial facilities, EPA has implemented third–party certification requirements and testing.
- For Products: In order to earn the label, ENERGY STAR products must be third-party certified based on testing in EPA-recognized laboratories. In addition to up-front testing, a percentage of all ENERGY STAR products are subject to “off–the–shelf” verification testing each year. The goal of this testing is to ensure that changes or variations in the manufacturing process do not undermine a product’s qualification with ENERGY STAR requirements.
Headquartered in Montreal, Canada and founded in 2006, lumenpulse has evolved into an industry-leading manufacturer of solid-state lighting for indoor and outdoor luminaires. lumenpulse manufactures a broad array of white and RGB LED products, including pendants, spotlights, and its innovative Lumentube® task lighting and Lumencove® cove lighting series. lumenpulse’s lumenbeam LBX pendant received a 2012 reddot design award. lumenpulse’s products are LM-79 tested. They are also UL or CSA certified.
Originally a supplier of LED lights for movie theatres, Tempo Industries now also offers an impressive and growing array of architectural lighting luminaires, including a full suite of cove lighting products and a versatile series of wall sconces. Tempo was founded in 1986 and is headquartered in Irvine, California. Tempo’s products are LM-79 tested and either UL or CSA certified & DLC listed for LDC incentives.