From sea turtle-friendly lamps to faux “flickering” flames, here is a sampling of some the newest light source models to hit the market.

Westinghouse Lighting

The High Lumen LED lamps feature illuminated side panels that expand to provide 100-percent downlight with a 180-degree beam angle. The lamps fit inside shoebox lighting fixtures and come with a support stand for added safety. The integrated intelligent driver is ideal for replacing HID lamps and is useful in areas where voltage fluctuations may occur. Built-in surge protection can withstand momentary surges up to 6,000 volts. Reliable and energy-efficient, the LED provides brightness of 5000K with instant start-up.

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These trendy new bulbs are available in a variety of shapes and wattages, and feature a standard base with a half-Chrome finish. They offer an average lifespan of 1,500 hours.


Sea turtle lovers, rejoice! There are 3- and 5-watt MR16 amber LED bulbs; 3-watt amber OMNI LED in both single contact (Ba15S) and bi-pin (G4), and 2- & 4-watt amber LED strip — all certified by the Wildlife Conservation Commission. These lamps are especially beneficial along the Florida coastline, arguably the sea turtle capital of the United States, during nesting season which typically runs from late March through October.


The company’s latest family of LED filament lamps deliver the classic, warm glow of an incandescent with a Modern twist. Not only are they an ideal replacement for older technologies, but in individual hanging sockets they serve as an impressive fixture unto themselves. The bulbs are available in T24, BT38, BT56, and PS52 — all with an E26 base. Versatile with a damp location listing, they come with a three-year warranty and a lifespan of approximately 25,000 hours.


The company is expanding with a new series of LED PAR lamps. Compliant with building code requirements for the State of California in addition to ENERGY STAR specifications, the series is available in 7-, 12-, and 15-watt versions and color temperatures of 2700K or 3000K. Suitable for architectural and wall wash lighting, the JA8-certified lamps deliver a crisp color rendering of 91 CRI and are covered by a five-year warranty.


These printed light bulbs offer a unique mix of style and eco-mindedness. Vivid handmade prints, from giraffe to wood grain, adorn the LED bulbs to complement a wide range of individual style and décor — no shades necessary. Offering an average lifespan of approximately 25,000 hours, they make a serious style statement.


After the launch of the SYLVANIA SMART+ Bluetooth A19 LED lamp earlier this year, LEDVANCE will expand with additional form factors (ST19 and G25) and Vintage versions of all three with amber glass. The company will also offer the first SYLVANIA SMART+ ZigBee Clear Filament LED family with ST19, G25, and A19 lamps. The bulbs in both families offer dimming, have a soft white color temperature of 2700K, and have a rated life of approximately 15,000 hours.


The company is expanding its line of LED filaments with a Natural Collection featuring shapes inspired by the elements. Offered in an Antique finish and 2000K, these five unique shapes bring a touch of nature indoors. Combined with its Traditional and Whimsical Collections, Bulbrite offers a wide selection of Grand LED Filaments that are fully compatible with all dimmer types and are 95 CRI.


The company’s new FLAME LED gives the appearance of actual “flickering” fire. Its warm color temperature of 2500K is perfect for outdoor applications such as restaurants, bars, and theme parks. The lamp delivers 100 lumens and has a long-rated life of 35,000 hours.


The company is expanding its LED Vintage line with smoked glass. Offering distinctive style with high energy savings, the ST19 blub is suitable for chandeliers, wall sconces, coach lanterns, and pendant lighting. It provides up to 15,000 hours of life and is also available in tube, globe, and candelabra options.

Lighting Science Group

The company’s patented GoodDay® LED lamp promotes alertness and enhances mood and performance. Inspired by morning sunlight, it provides customized light energy to support the natural sleep-wake cycle. This technology was first developed in collaboration with NASA to support the circadian rhythms of astronauts on the International Space Station. Available in 120-volt, the GoodDay® lamp reportedly provides an all-natural way to get a boost of energy. It’s ideal for home, office, and work environments where exposure to natural sunlight during the day is limited.