Territories

Hawaii

In an effort to protect the work of the largest observatory in the world, Mauna Kea, the Big Island of Hawaii mandates that all outdoor lighting be less than 2% blue light. Specific filtered LED’s are used for roadways lights for traffic safety. Two different shades of FLED's are available on this site.

Flagstaff

A pioneer among Dark Sky communities, the ordinance in Flagstaff requires lighting to be Narrow Band Amber and PC Amber (for Traffic intersections). Lighting must meet a specific spectrum and SP ratio to support and protect the work at Lowell observatory.

Florida

LED’s on the Florida coastlines as mandated by the Wildlife Council, must have a wavelength less than 560 nm. This ordinance is to protect the turtle hatchlings and other wildlife that are sensitive to artificial light at night.

Hawaii

In an effort to protect the work of the largest observatory in the world, Mauna Kea, the Big Island of Hawaii mandates that all outdoor lighting be less than 2% blue light. Specific filtered LED’s are used for roadways lights for traffic safety. Two different shades of FLED's are available on this site.

Flagstaff

A pioneer among Dark Sky communities, the ordinance in Flagstaff requires lighting to be Narrow Band Amber and PC Amber (for Traffic intersections). Lighting must meet a specific spectrum and SP ratio to support and protect the work at Lowell observatory.

Florida

LED’s on the Florida coastlines as mandated by the Wildlife Council, must have a wavelength less than 560 nm. This ordinance is to protect the turtle hatchlings and other wildlife that are sensitive to artificial light at night.