Lighting Help - Tools & Apps

List of help tools & applications

The items below are a temporary and sample list of the type of information planned to be available here in the future.

GE online calculators

Lighting library App
Lighting_library.jpg[Download on iTunes]
The Lighting Library is your personal lighting resource for over 100 common lighting definitions, answers to several popular lighting questions, and access to numerous lighting tips for your home or business.

Zumtobel App
Map_of_light_Zumtobel.jpg [Download on iTunes]
The Zumtobel "Map of Light" application provides you with information on and impressions of more than 500 architectural projects and lighting solutions across the globe. Over and above this, you will find our most recent product highlights, from LED luminaires, spotlights and downlights through to lighting management systems and emergency luminaires.

2758-1-mark-architectural-lighting.jpgMark Architectural Lighting App
Download on iTunes]
The Mark Architectural Lighting iPhone app puts an enhanced catalog in the palm of your hand. Get instant access to images, drawings, technical specifications and IES photometry. You can also send spec data directly to your e-mail using the quick and easy e-mail service.

GE Mood cam App
GE.jpg[Download on iTunes]
Change the mood of a photo with the GE MoodCamâ„¢! Take a picture of a room (or any scene!), then watch the mood change as you shift the lighting using the GE Moodometerâ„¢. Learn how to create the look at home, and even save a shopping list for a quick, easy way to find the right light bulbs in the lighting aisle.

IALD Guidelines for specification integrity
The International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD), in conjunction with the Lighting Industry Resource Council (LIRC), has developed the following
Guidelines for specification integrity, which suggest actions specifiers can take to build and preserve a specification of high integrity. To view or order a copy, please visit IALD link below:

ERCO Online Light Guide
The ERCO guide provides thorough information on everything from the physical bases of lighting to suggested solutions for concrete lighting situations an encyclopaedia of architectural lighting. The knowledge modules make use of the interactive possibilities offered by the Internet, e.g. for illustrating time-dependent phenomenon, experiments or contrasts between alternative solutions. To allow the guide contents to be read offline and to be forwarded, chapters of the guide are also available for downloading in pdf.