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#130865 - 03/15/01 03:12 PM Lighting info
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The choice of lighting seems to hold up many jobs for me. I have written a "lighting primer" for my customers, but would also appreciate a good link.

I am looking for some basic guidance on line for individuals choosing lighting, no photometrics or anything heavy


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#130866 - 03/15/01 04:53 PM Re: Lighting info
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Litolier, Lithonia and even Advance Transformer have quite a bit of On-Line Information in several Catagories - from easy to understand [and useful], to extreme [ultra nerd].

Can't give exact URLs, but from their homepages, you could find a lot of this stuff with minimal "Hit and Miss" attempts, therefore minimal lingering about in Hyperspace
http://www.lightolier.com/
http://www.lithonia.com/
http://www.advancetransformer.com/

Some files need IES translation, while others use .pdf [adobe acrobat] files.

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#130867 - 03/15/01 08:57 PM Re: Lighting info
Bill Addiss Offline
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Sparky,

Take a look at some of our Linked sites:
http://www.Lighting.com
http://www.americanlightingassoc.com/
http://www.gvlight.com/lighttips/tipsidx.html


[This message has been edited by Bill Addiss (edited 03-16-2001).]

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#130868 - 03/17/01 05:46 PM Re: Lighting info
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thanks guys, surf's up....


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