DR JONES
Everything under control?

Simple on/off switching, dimming or fully networked controls? Dr Jones takes a look at the range of technological options available to specifiers

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KNOWLEDGE
How to deal with patent disputes

Jason Boakes, a partner at Secerna LLP, explains how patents can help you protect your innovations – and what to do if you’re accused of infringing someone else’s

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HOW TO...
Design Clinic: corridors

Top lighting consultant Alan Tulla sets his sights on corridor lighting in the second of his articles presenting alternative ways to light a particular type of space

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DR JONES
Efficacy explained

To understand efficacy, you must understand lumens, watts and power factor. Don’t be afraid, the doctor will explain all…

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KNOWLEDGE
Buy now, pay later

Saving money on lighting doesn’t have to mean shelling out a lot of cash up front. Lux meets some of the people who offer ways to pay while you save

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KNOWLEDGE
The changing face of office lighting

Jon Dale, managing director of Phi Lighting, asks how we can meet the conflicting demands of guidance, regulations and changing technology in our projects

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ENVIRONMENT
When green is not enough

Pennie Varvarides talks to lighting designer John Bullock about GreenSpec Light, a new sustainability accreditation service for lighting manufacturers

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KNOWLEDGE
Why lighting’s the smartest investment a CFO can make

Got a bit of cash burning a hole in your (low interest) bank account? Lux’s Mr Money, aka Mark Fryer, group finance director of Dialight, recommends the perfect investment

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DR JONES
The wheat and the chaff

When it comes to light measurement, not all photometers are created equal. Which one should you use if you want to improve your luminous metrology?

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LIGHTING ECONOMIST
New sources, old fittings

You’ve got access to a game-changing new efficient source of light, so the first thing you do is bung it into one of your old fittings. Dave Tilley bemoans a lack of imagination

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