LED Lighting goes Beyond the End of the Rainbow

By Rudy Ramos | Mouser Electronics

LED lighting is increasingly taking over from more traditional forms of illumination, thanks to its many and varied benefits. Longer lifespans help cut maintenance costs. Increased efficiency reduces energy bills. And the smaller physical size, greater robustness and ability to switch LED lights on and off without negative effects, mean whole new applications are now possible. MORE

LED Lighting Key to Railway Station Revitalization

By Harry L Sterns | Luminus
The Washington Park MAX Station, part of Portlands light rail system, has been serving citizens and visitors since 1998. Located beneath the hills west of the downtown area, it is the deepest station in North America at 260ft (79m) underground the equivalent of 28 floors and is accessible via high speed elevators. The station serves some of the citys main attractions, such as the Oregon Zoo, World Forestry Center, Portland Childrens Museum and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. MORE

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