Alternating between the East and West Coasts, LightFair International, North America’s annual lighting-industry event, this year found itself in Las Vegas showcasing a vast array of luminaires, daylighting products, and control devices. It returns to New York City from May 5 to 7, 2009. - Josephine Minutillo

Never at a loss
Bodine’s BSL23C emergency LED driver provides lighting at a LED load up to 3.1 watts during loss of normal AC power. The Bodine Company, Collierville, Tenn.

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Lighting from your laptop
SenzaFil allows you to create and control lighting schemes wirelessly and from a distance, providing flexibility for changing circumstances and short installation time compared with wired solutions. Nedap, Groenlo, the Netherlands.

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The fight for daylight
The new Solatube 750 DS optical dome captures more natural light based on the incidence angles of daylight. Its first public installation is in the Beijing Olympics’ gymnasium for judo and taekwondo competitions. Solatube, Vista, Calif.

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Retrofit made easy
The Re LED lamp and driver components serve as direct LED replacements for a linear fluorescent lamp and ballast system. Bartco Lighting, Huntington Beach, Calif.

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Stay cool
GE’s LED Refrigerated Display Lighting System offers full dimming control and motion sensing. In contrast to fluorescents, LED systems perform at optimal levels in cold temperatures and without risk of breaking glass or mercury leaks. GE, Valley View, Ohio.

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Industrial strength
The Constellation LED Low Bay luminaire provides a maintenance-free, energy-efficient alternative to metal-halide or high-pressure-sodium light fixtures. Albeo Technologies, Boulder, Colo.

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Packed with power
The LIFI STA 40-01 lamp is only 1¼2" inch long but provides 22,000 lumens and 30,000 hours of life for street, area, architectural, and industrial lighting. Luxim, Sunnyvale, Calif.

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