Grand Prize Winner in Energy Efficiency: Leaf by Herman Miller Inc.

Oct. 5, 2006

Leaf, designed by Yves Behar and Herman Miller, is an LED task light with an inviting microprocessor control that allows an easy change from warm to cool light and light intensity - or a blending, as desired. Its slim profile houses innovations that keep LEDs cool to the touch without requiring a fan to dissipate heat (which also adds to the product’s lifespan). Leaf’s 20 LEDs consume about 40-percent less energy than a compact fluorescent bulb and are rated at 60,000 hours of operation if used at full power. However, depending on the amount of usage, the LEDs could last up to 100,000 hours (approximately 7 to 10 years). Leaf is available in five colors (black, silver, polished silver, white, and red) and is covered by Herman Miller’s 5-year warranty.

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