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George G Mueller, Frederick M Morgan, Ihor A Lys, Kevin J Dowling, Edward Nortrup: Thermal management methods and apparatus for lighting devices. Philips Solid State Lighting Solutions, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, March 18, 2008: US07344279 (275 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems are provided for providing active and passive thermal or cooling facilities for LED lighting systems, including radiating and convective thermal facilities, including fans, phase change materials, conductive polymers, potting compounds, vents, ducts, and other thermal facilities.


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Ihor A Lys, Kevin J Dowling, Frederick M Morgan: Dimmable LED-based MR16 lighting apparatus and methods. Philips Solid State Lighting Solutions, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 15, 2008: US07358679 (248 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for providing controllable power via an A.C. power source to LED-based lighting devices having an MR16 configuration. In one example, LED-based MR16 lighting devices may be coupled to A.C. power circuits that are controlled by conventional dimmers (i.e, “A.C. dimmer circuits”). ...


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Alfred D Ducharme, Frederick M Morgan, Ihor A Lys, Kevin J Dowling, George G Mueller: Conventionally-shaped light bulbs employing white LEDs. Philips Solid State Lighting Solutions, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 1, 2008: US07350936 (222 worldwide citation)

LED-based light bulbs having one or more white LEDs, for replacing/retrofitting conventional light bulbs. An exemplary bulb includes at least one first white LED and at least one power connection having a form configured to engage mechanically and electrically with one of a conventional Edison-mount ...


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Ihor A Lys, Kevin J Dowling, Frederick M Morgan: Methods and apparatus for providing power to lighting devices. Philips Solid State Lighting Solutions, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 1, 2008: US07352138 (219 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for providing power to devices via an A.C. power source, and for facilitating the use of LED-based light sources on A.C. power circuits that provide signals other than standard line voltages. In one example, LED-based light sources may be coupled to A.C. power circuits that are ...


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Ihor A Lys, Frederick M Morgan, George G Mueller: Organic light emitting diode methods and apparatus. Philips Solid State Lighting Solutions, October 6, 2009: US07598686 (206 worldwide citation)

Organic light emitting diode (OLED) methods and apparatus in which at least one first OLED generates first radiation having a first spectrum, and at least one second OLED generates second radiation having a second spectrum different from the first spectrum. In one example, an addressable controller ...


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Alfred D Ducharme, Frederick M Morgan, Ihor A Lys, Kevin J Dowling, George G Mueller: Methods and apparatus for generating prescribed spectrums of light. Philips Solid State Lighting Solutions, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, June 17, 2008: US07387405 (178 worldwide citation)

Lighting apparatus and methods involving a plurality of light-emitting devices configured to emit radiation having at least two different spectra, in which the plurality of light-emitting devices are controlled to produce composite radiation having at least one resulting spectrum that simulates a de ...


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George G Mueller, Ihor A Lys, Kevin J Dowling, Charles H Cella, Frederick M Morgan: Controlled lighting methods and apparatus. Philips Solid State Lighting Solutions, December 7, 2010: US07845823 (175 worldwide citation)

Provided herein are methods and systems for providing controlled lighting, including methods and systems for providing both white and non-white colored lighting, including color temperature controlled lighting. Such methods and systems include optical facilities for modifying light from a lighting u ...


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Frederick Marshall Morgan, Ihor Lys: Diffuse illumination systems and methods. Philips Solid State Lighting Solutions, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 1, 2008: US07352339 (163 worldwide citation)

The systems and methods disclosed herein relate to sources of diffuse illumination for providing substantially uniform illumination to a surface. The diffuse illumination arises from varying the diffusion angle of light generated by an LED system. To vary the diffusion angle, a translucent member is ...


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Ihor A Lys, Frederick M Morgan: Controlled lighting methods and apparatus. Philips Solid State Lighting Solutions, Joseph Teja Jr, June 23, 2009: US07550931 (160 worldwide citation)

Described herein are lighting units of a variety of types and configurations, including linear lighting units suitable for lighting large spaces, such as building exteriors and interiors. Also provided herein are methods and systems for powering lighting units, controlling lighting units, authoring ...


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George G Mueller, Ihor A Lys, Frederick M Morgan, Colin Piepgras, Brian Roberge, Hern Kim, Kevin J Dowling, Derek Logan, Charles H Cella: Tile lighting methods and systems. Philips Solid State Lighting Solutions, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, April 15, 2008: US07358929 (151 worldwide citation)

A tile lighting system is provided in which an interior space of a tile is lit by LEDs, such as in a grid or edge-lit formation, and a light diffusing panel is disposed over the interior space. The tile lighting system can be combined with others to tile any surface, such as a floor, ceiling, wall, ...