Posted March 15, 2013

LED Lamps and Dust - how well do they work together?

Interested parties often ask: how is Solais Luxiance (actively-cooled) technology affected by dust? The answer to this inquiry, in brief, is: Less than passive LED lamps.

Posted October 30, 2012

I may be small but I pack a big punch!

One of the challenges in the lighting industry is to produce more and more light out of smaller and smaller sources. Solais recently decided to rise to this challenge and asked our team of engineers to do exactly that.

Posted October 16, 2012


The question comes up a lot. Are Solais lamps dimmable? The answer is yes! Of course the next question is what dimmer works best with Solais LED lamps? This is where it gets a little more complicated

Posted September 04, 2012

Staying ahead of the curve!

One of the things we pride ourselves on at Solais is staying ahead of the curve when it comes to the latest technology. This was true when we came out with the first 1000 lumen replacement lamp to hit the market.

Posted July 24, 2012


What happens to a Solais lamp when it is installed in a situation that causes it to get hotter than intended?

Posted July 17, 2012


In previous blogs, we have talked about our Luxiance technology which utilizes active cooling to remove heat from our LED system. But what does this really mean to the LED? How does this relate to the LM-79 and LM-80 tests?

Posted June 24, 2012

Gravity works . . . Unfortunately.

Proper aiming and adjusting of the accent lighting at a museum or retail store is key to creating an exciting and dynamic environment. Keeping that focus is just as important. With halogen lighting, the lamps need to be replaced several times a year.

Two of our new product lines are now available to order!
The XC3, XC5 and XC7 modular cylinders come in a variety of finishes and mounting options. The WW asymmetrical track wall wash fixtures come in two sizes. Yoke mount versions are coming soon!