ESP Adds LED Floodlights to EAP (External Area Protection) Range
- Published: Monday, 29 April 2013 12:46
iGuzzini helps to create a new state of the art lighting scheme for Leicester Square and the sculpture of William Shakespeare.
LED lighting seems to be forging ahead, and rightly so as it offers massive savings, but it’s still not quite the only game in town. … more efficient halogen lighting and automation of existing interior installations using PIR presence and motion detection will continue to account for a significant proportion of your turnover for some time yet.
MHA Lighting chose to launch the new P Lite 40 to its Perimeter range at the prestigious Lux Live exhibition earlier this week.
As a legacy of the capital’s summer events, six of London’s iconic bridges now have a permanent architectural lighting infrastructure, making the winter journey home more pleasurable for thousands of commuters.
As an expert in lighting large sports venues, Osram is equipping the Arena Corinthians in São Paulo, which will host the opening match of the Football World Championships in 2014, with the latest in energy-efficient lighting technology.
ESP’s NightHawk LED security light has been shortlisted as a finalist in this year’s Electrical Industry Awards - within the Residential/Domestic Product of the Year category.
Scolmore International has supplied a range of energy-efficient LED bulkheads from its Fumagalli Outdoor Lighting collection as part of the refurbishment programme for Blackpool Pleasure Beach – one of the UK’s most visited amusement parks.
Friedland is launching a new Spectra+ range of outdoor lighting and PIR solutions to meet the rising demand for energy-efficient security lighting. Unlike most solutions in the market, the high-end range caters for lights that use electronic ballasts and energy-efficient lighting loads to give end-consumers the option of low-energy PIR devices.
Paul Davidson of Aurora Lighting looks at the benefits of a cohesive and designed lighting installation rather than just installing lighting equipment. This will help provide an area that can improve people’s moods or alter perceptions in subtle words. Energy and glare can be reduced at the same time.