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... References in this report to the installed base of indoor lighting and 14 percent of outdoor National Research Council are used in an historical context identifying programs prior to July 1. lighting.
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... lighting. The committee recommends that DOE should continue Truly widespread consumer acceptance of this technol- to make investments in core technology improvements ogy will require products to consistently deliver high-quality for SSL technologies, both LED and OLED, and should light and meet consumer expectations regarding reliability also consider solutions that will ultimately allow low-cost and interoperability with control systems.
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... have efficacies as high as dynamic lighting designs, which include features such as 125 to 135 lm/W and laboratory demonstrations reaching changeable spatial distribution of emitted light, spectral 200 lm/W. Thus, DOE's goal of having 200 lumen/W for tuning, intensity variation, and schedule programming.
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