Applying LEDs Date: 9/25/2014 11:00 a.m. California / 2:00 p.m. New York
Sponsors: Allegro MicroSystems LLC, The Bergquist Company, Dymax Corporation
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LEDs are the “be all/end all” technology for lighting, right? Well, not so fast. They definitely have a place, but that place is not every place. In this webinar, first we’ll discuss where the appropriate places to deploy LEDs are, and where you should be looking at an alternative technology. Then, we will discuss how those LEDs should be deployed in your system, as there are tricks of the trade that you should be aware of.
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