10 exhibitors not to miss at Light + Building
We mark your card for a visit to October’s Light + Building exhibition in Frankfurt.
Hall 3.0, C91
Bega is promising both indoor and outdoor luminaires inspired by nature, including numerous additions to its Studio Line series. New track spotlights, linear wall lights and downlights with the company’s special zoom optical systems will be all on display on the spacious stand.
Hall 8.0, C50
Ray Molony, editor of Circular Lighting Live, will be one of the speakers in Casambi’s presentation area. At 2.30pm on Monday he will present on ‘Making circular lighting happen in the real world’. The company, meanwhile, will be showing its Bluetooth-based lighting control technology.
Hall 8.0, C60A
Elkamet has suitable technologies for the extrusion of profiles and tubing from transparent materials, as well as profiles made of engineering plastics. In addition, Elkamet has the technology to process high-tech materials with special qualities and make these temperature-resistant, impact-resistant and structurally rigid, as well as lend them special surfaces properties.
Hall 4.1, J20
Holophane will be showing its waveguide technology which uses a revolutionary new optical ink to provides a smooth, uniform lighting from a surprisingly soft light source. This patented ‘Transition Zone Technology’ which provides an intermediary luminous area between the brighter waveguide and the night sky and is included in its new Signature series.
Hall 8.0, D38
Helvar will be showing two new system components complementing sensing capabilities for buildings where energy use is to be minimised while user comfort is maximised. By combining multiple technologies, the smoothest experiences for users can be created in the most efficient way, says the company. The products are the 342 Acoustic Sensor and 5680 ActiveHeat Thermostat.
Hall 3.0, D10
A study by Ledvance says that the industry should focus on the use of a luminaire because that is the dominant phase in its environmental impact. Ledvance says its research shows that the biggest improvement potential in the dominating use phase is the intelligent control of the luminaires based on presence detection and daylight sensing.
Willy Meyer + Son
Hall 3.0, B21
Willy Meyer’s optically superior luminaires – distributed in the UK by Commercial Lighting Systems – are designed to be easily repaired and upgraded. The company will be showing its new models of wall washer, projectors and ground-recessed luminaires.
Hall 8.0, D70
Osram will be showing its Build Back Better Award-winning DALI PRO 2 IoT, the first DALI2 certified controller with integrated IoT gateway and open rest API to enable IoT use cases. Once installed, commissioning is achieved via an intuitive user interface, using either a notebook computer (LAN or Wi-Fi) or a smart device (Wi-Fi).
Hall 3.0, Stand B30
RIDI can take products that have only been used for a short time, refurbish them and offer them for sale at a reduced rate with our normal five year warranty. These products may have come back from Cat A projects, be opened and returned goods or maybe refurbished from damaged returns. All products are graded A+ A or B and will be independently tested at a registered test house
Hall 4.0, B10
Pioneer of wooden columns for street lighting applications. These poles are typically standard designs but can also be engineered to be slightly modified to meet customer specifications to ensure the proper function and safety of the structure. Product engineering takes into account factors such as weather (e.g. wind, ice) and the products loaded on the structure (e.g. lighting fixtures, traffic signals, overhead signs) to determine the design of the pole.
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