LED strip lighting info

Comparison between 3528 LEDs and 5050 LEDs: What are SMD 3528 and SMD 5050 LEDs? Here’s an easy-to-understand comparison between the SMD 3528 and SMD 5050 LED http://www.flexfireleds.com/pages/Comparison-between-3528-LEDs-and-5050-LEDs.html   12VDC or 24VDC   Warm White Cool White   The Number of LEDs per foot/Meter matters! PAY ATTENTION to how many LEDs/ Meter or Foot. You […]

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The twitter guide to track lighting

Track lighting innuendo and twitter Forget ‘Virginia is for lovers’. The new king of romance is LED Track Lighting, with ‘LED Track Lighting is for Lovers’ becoming the new mantra of an enlightened generation. As we speak, hundreds of thousands of shirts are being emblazoned with the bold new declaration of LED fueled romance, reportedly […]

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Architecture and Lighting

This is going to be a resource post which we will add to as we find interesting info from around the net. A brilliant place to start your own researching is http://www.arclighting.de/ by Thomas Schielke who has published much on the subject. Another can be found here http://www.concerninglight.com/ and in this (one of many) video […]

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Review Lighcore

At Lighcore take pride in the professionalism with which we service our clients whether your an architect, electrician, LED retro fitter or simply doing up your dream home. We want you to get the best advice to help you choose the lighting solution that’s right for you! If you have any feedback at all it […]

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9 Inspiring Interior Design Trends For 2013

If you love nothing more than transforming and beautifying your home, then you’ll adore these fabulous interior design trends. 1. Pastels and Brights Bold and bright jewel colours were big news last year and today, homeowners are gaining colour confidence and mixing their brights with soft pastel shades and vintage style pattern. 2. 50s Chic […]

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The 5 Most Eco-Friendly Buildings In The World

Image by cerfon Even a gas-guzzling superpower like the USA can create eco-friendly buildings. The structure of the Bank of America maximises the use of natural sunlight as well as using the sun to generate large amounts of energy. Rainwater is reused and the materials used to build the skyscraper were renewable and recyclable. Musée […]

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