How the replaceable revolution will change lighting
Return of the lamp: How the replaceable revolution will change lighting
Under forthcoming EU and UK legislation, lighting manufacturers will have to incorporate replaceable light sources and control gear in their products.
- How will producers implement the requirements? propriety modules? Standard interfaces?
- How are producers likely to respond?
- How will it impact lighting users and specifiers?
- How will this work in practice?
We gather a team of experts to explore the issues.
Ray Molony will introduce and chair the discussion .
We invite you to submit questions in advance, and you have the opportunity to comment on the the day too.
As always, Recolight webinars are free to join, registration is required.
Dee DenteneerSecretary General, Zhaga Consortium
Dee Denteneer is Secretary General of Zhaga Consortium, a global lighting-industry organisation that aims to standardize interfaces of components of LED luminaires, including LED light engines, LED modules, LED arrays, holders, electronic control gear (LED drivers), connectors and sensing/communication modules.
This is an industry-wide collaboration between companies from across the globe. Members include luminaire manufacturers, LED module makers, suppliers of materials and components, and testing labs.
Peter HuntChief Policy Officer for the LIA
Peter Hunt has been involved in the lighting industry since 1965 when, as a boy, he helped his father in the development of a manufacturing process. After a degree in Ergonomics, Peter joined the family business and was responsible for product design and development before taking over as MD in the 1980s. He joined the LIA Council in 1987 and became President in 1991/2. After the sale of his business he joined dar lighting as Design Director before moving to the Lighting Association in 2008 where he oversaw the merger with the Lighting Industry Federation to form the LIA. He has been involved with the EU trade body LightingEurope since its inception and became President in 2017. He currently acts as Chief Policy Officer for the LIA.
Phil MuirDesign & Technology Director at Designplan Lighting
Phil graduated with a degree in Product Design in 1990 and has spent the whole of his 31 year career in the lighting industry working for several manufacturers in various roles including Product Design, Bespoke Design, Major Projects and International Sales including time living overseas. He is now Design & Technology Director at Designplan Lighting, a UK based manufacturer of robust lighting for challenging applications since 1963. Designplan have always designed and built products to last and with replaceable technology being at the heart of their products, customers have always been able to upgrade existing products to use the latest and most efficient technology.
Ray Molony Independent consultant, writer, speaker, webinar host and chairperson to the lighting industryRay MolonyIndependent consultant, writer, speaker, webinar host and chairperson to the lighting industry
Ray is an award-winning technical journalist and a highly experienced event organiser, chairperson, webinar host and public speaker.
He contributes regularly to websites, magazines and corporate websites.
Ray was one of the co-founders of Revo Media Partners back in 2010, and its managing director. Brands included the highly successful LuxLive exhibition, Lux magazine, Lux Review, the Lux Awards, Lighting magazine, the Lighting Design Awards, LuxLive Middle East and Lightspace California.
Sophie ParryTechnical Applications Consultant for Zumtobel Group
Sophie Parry is a Technical Applications Consultant at Zumtobel Group. Her skills are in technical management, training and mentoring, and thought leadership in the lighting industry. With experience in technical sales and business development in lighting & electronic building services, control systems solutions.
Sophie is a Fellow of the Society of Light & Lighting and the deputy chair of the Technical & Publications Committee.
An elected member of the SLL Council, and member of the SLL taskforce investigating and developing best practice For circular economy manufacturing, specification and use of luminaires.
She is the principal author of LG 14 Control of Electric Light, CIBSE Commissioning Code L (lighting) and LG 20 Lighting for Facilities Managers.