Using an LED module from Act One, the Ernst & Young Plaza recreated their ornamental courtyard star display to be much more efficient while keeping all the effect of incandescent bulbs. Each of the several thousand modules uses 6 LEDs to create a star shape to give shoppers the illusion of a bright night sky. With a lifetime of 13 years for each module and a reduced power bill, the owners of the plaza made the right decisions switching over to these LEDs. Here’s the original article at LEDs Magazine.
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