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2014-11-11 16:22:31

DLC certified fixtures offered in lumen packages up to 60,000 lm with optional built-in Kanepi Wireless Control. GRAND HAVEN, Mich., Nov.

2014-11-10 23:06:17

Industrial lighting specialist Larson Electronics has announced the release of a 4,000 watt skid mount five stage electric light mast.

2014-11-07 23:04:01

Leading manufacturer and distributor of industrial lighting Larson Electronics announces the release of a Class 2 Division 1 explosion proof high bay light fixture that provides operators with

2014-11-05 23:05:03

Leading lighting manufacturer Larson Electronics has announced the release of a powerful new LED fixture designed to provide powerful output combined with rugged construction capable of withstanding

2014-11-04 23:05:11

Industrial lighting specialist Larson Electronics has announced the release of a 1,600 watt high output LED light mast powered by 7kw brushless water cooled diesel generator.

2014-11-03 23:05:45

The Larson Electronics’ EPL-IBM-150LED-RT explosion proof high bay light fixture provides operators with a powerful and energy efficient alternative to traditional hazardous location luminaries.

2014-10-30 23:07:16

Leading manufacturer and distributor of industrial lighting Larson Electronics announces the release of a new four foot explosion proof portable LED flood lighting system.


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2004-10-19 04:45:43

Light Pollution -- Light pollution refers to excess light, created by human activities, that brightens the night sky enough to hide many stars from observers. For the average person, light pollution means that even on a clear, moonless night, only a few stars may be visible. When a city grows up near an astronomical observatory, light pollution can make the observatory effectively useless. Unlike most forms of pollution, light pollution isn't persistent: turn the lights off, and the...

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