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Made on Long Island: LEDs for passenger aircraft

LEDs have replaced fluorescent bulbs in cabin lighting on aircraft. LEDs are lighter and more efficient but the average traveler wouldn't even know. "If we are successful with what we're trying to do with our lighting we will create an ambiance, we will create something that the passenger will come in, sit down, not know that they're surrounded by LED light but will feel the effect of the sunrise or a sunset or a meal scene or a boarding scene," said Stephen Scover, the VP and general manager of Rockwell Collins Lighting and Integrated Systems on Long Island. The company has been around for about 40 years and manufactures out of a 65,000-square-foot factory in Bohemia.

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