LED luminaires, developed by MHA Lighting, will be presented at Lux Live 2014. According to the company, the luminaires enable the installation of the lowest-powered fixtures on the market by combining high performance and optimal light distribution. MHA also claim that the LEDs allow the installation of fixtures with fewer fittings.
To transmit and direct the light into the workspace, the luminaires utilise Total Internal Reflection. Glare is reduced through CoB LED modules which are featured at each end of acrylic tubes and hide the LEDs from view. The modules also provide even light distribution similar to that of a T8 array.
The LodeStar product range will also be presented by the company at Lux Live. The range is designed to provide high light quality, optical distribution and energy efficiency to heights of 2.5-25m. Lux Live is scheduled to take place from 19-20 November 2014 at the Excel, London. MHA Lighting will be presenting it's products on stand G11.
Tom Harrison, MD, MHA Lighting, said: “We are extremely excited to be showcasing our new technology at this year’s Lux live. We have been working hard for two years to patent this technology and create a market ready product range. To be able to officially launch it at Lux Live is a huge milestone for us all here at MHA."
“What the MHA Team has created is more than an incremental improvement on existing technology – it is a fundamental step change in LED technology and its capabilities. We are in possession of something extremely powerful and highly innovative that is truly going to shape the future of the LED lighting industry," added Harrison.