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Solar technology operates with indoor lighting

Solar technology operates with indoor lighting
Saelig has announced the introduction of the patented Sol Chip Pak (SCP-R2801) power modules, which offer day/night non-stop functionality by combining solar cells, a rechargeable battery, and advanced power management circuitry. These power modules include all the components that are required to harvest energy from ambient light, charge a built-in rechargeable battery, and deliver a stable voltage to a load.
10th August 2017

Decreasing lighting assembly space – the do’s and don’ts

Decreasing lighting assembly space – the do’s and don’ts
For any business that is looking to decrease the assembly space required for its illumination system, there are a variety of ways to achieve this goal. Global Lighting Technologies has put together the top do’s and don’ts for getting it done right.
4th August 2017

The latest street lighting series with launch of XSPM for EMEA

The latest street lighting series with launch of XSPM for EMEA
Cree Europe has announced the latest addition to its industry-leading LED roadway lighting XSP Series with the launch of the new XSPM luminaire. The new street light is tailored to meet the demands of the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) market, and expands Cree Europe’s XSP Series family with increased lumen output performance, lower wattage and more advanced control options.
4th August 2017


Battery development enhances emergency lighting reliability

Battery development enhances emergency lighting reliability
Providing OEMs, wholesalers, installers and FM managers with a product that combines advanced battery technology with the latest in emergency lighting components, Tridonic has announced the availability of a brand new, ‘out of the box‘ emergency lighting solution. This is the company‘s first ever stand-alone emergency luminaire and it comes at a time when there is a heightened awareness of the importance of practical emergency lighting.
3rd August 2017

Let's cut costs in half with new wireless lighting

Let's cut costs in half with new wireless lighting
There are as much as 20% of building operations costs that could be saved simply by turning the light off when it is not needed, or at least reducing the time that lights are left on when no-one is there. Lighting accounts for around 40% of building operation costs, and this can be a huge financial drain for companies.
1st August 2017

LED lighting illuminated the top of the Galata Tower

LED lighting illuminated the top of the Galata Tower
  Philips Lighting has illuminated the top from the iconic Galata Tower in Istanbul, Turkey with its architectural LED lighting.
28th July 2017

Integrated Downlight Module provides low output ripple

Integrated Downlight Module provides low output ripple
Designer, developer and manufacturer of energy saving lighting solutions, Harvard Technology, has launched what it claims to be its most innovative solution yet, the Integrated Downlight Module (IDM). The IDM delivers a full amalgamation of LED technology including a driver on board, integrated heat sink and plug and play connectors in one – to provide high performance lighting output, quick assembly and lumen output to deliver substantial energy savings.
28th July 2017

LUMAWISE integrates into new or existing light fixtures

LUMAWISE integrates into new or existing light fixtures
TE Connectivity has unveiled the LUMAWISE dimming receptacle with wire leads pre-terminated with universal MATE-N-LOK connectors, allowing the dimming receptacle to be easily integrated into new or existing light fixtures. This ANSI C136.41 compliant LUMAWISE dimming receptacle with universal MATE-N-LOK connections provides a fully pluggable, electrical and mechanical interconnection between an ANSI C136.41-2013 photo control cell and luminaire.
26th July 2017

A winning hand for British speedway team

A winning hand for British speedway team
As British speedway team Belle Vue Aces continues to get its season back on track following the threat of closure late last year, it is also providing fans with a more enlightening race day experience after installing a range of standalone lighting controls and a fully addressable lighting control system from CP Electronics.
26th July 2017

Lighting design software features improved security

Lighting design software features improved security
With improved security to protect user investment, CAST has introduced wysiwyg Lighting Design Software Release 39. It offers a rich new feature set for every wysiwyg mode: CAD, Data, Plots, Reports and Previsualisation. Created with the lighting designer in mind as well as a futuristic workplace, wysiwyg’s powerful and integrated improvements result from the direct feedback from wysiwyg users and the wysiwyg beta testing programme.
12th July 2017


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