As the industry gets comfortable providing more light from semiconductors and less from charged filaments or fluorescent phosphors, the array of benefits this change will bring is beginning to make itself clear — it’s huge, and we’re still very early in the game. Many of those benefits come not from the light source itself but from the controls and the many ways a networked LED lighting system can be put to use. In strict terms of lighting system applications — i.e., ...

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