J S Wright has secured a contract of around £11 million to fit out a new energy efficient housing development in Bristol.
Beckhoff has introduced its TF8050 lighting solution software, a ready-made PLC application library for its PC-based control system.
The new EBDHS-B32-SR-MP PIR detector from CP Electronics has been engineered to provide the automatic control of SR (sensor ready) Philips Xitanium SR LED drivers.
Employers’ concern for staff wellbeing must now go well beyond the traditional workplace, says a leading lighting manufacturer who is advising businesses to make sure their staff are fully equipped for working at home.
Tamlite Lighting has made the move to reduce its reliance on plastic, which has saved the equivalent of 10,000kg of waste in just one year, is part of its on-going circular economy strategy.
Goodlight has announced that Brewers Decorator Centres are seeing a saving in energy consumption after installing high performance, energy efficient LED lighting solutions.
Thorn Lighting has provided a full LED refurbishment for the pitch lighting at Cardiff’s Gol Centre, which has almost 300 five-a-side football teams competing every week.
Tamlite Lighting is urging businesses to take advantage of the Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) before the scheme closes at the end of March.
The Lighting Industry Association (LIA) has launched a lighting-specific Continuing Professional Development (CPD) recognition service.
Red Arrow's new 'Discus' has been designed and engineered to deliver energy-, labour- and cost-saving benefits for the user and installer.
Saima Shafi, sales and marketing director at Goodlight, discusses how new LED lighting technology is evolving to make car parks safer, smarter and brighter.
European manufacturers hold the key to alleviating worldwide shortages in LED and other lighting components as Chinese factories halt production in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, says lighting specialist Prime Light.
In partnership with Holders, Harvard Power Systems will launch a full range of high specification CLi Series LED drivers with built-in Casambi wireless communications capabilities.
Paul Jones, director, UK and Ireland at BEG Lighting Controls, discusses how flexible lighting controls can transform public buildings into super-efficient, multi-use spaces.
Nigel Harvey, chief executive at Recolight Ltd explains how specifiers can work the WEEE system to get their waste lighting recycled free of charge.
The type 2 surge protective device from the Blocktrab series from Phoenix Contact has been designed to protect all lighting systems, particularly LED applications.
Lighting specialist EcolightingUK makes the case for why LEDs should be replacing fluorescents in businesses.
SPIE UK has secured an eight-week contract with Scotland TranServ, who are upgrading the lighting system in the M8 Charing Cross Underpass on behalf of Transport Scotland.
All commercial and industrial premises require mandatory emergency lighting, but with many businesses below standards due to poorly maintained or insufficient products, uptake is still not where it needs to be. Red Arrow Electrical Distribution offers advice on installing reliable and sufficient emergency lighting.
Providing lighting that complements the age-related needs and preferences of employees is more critical than ever as the composition of the workforce becomes more diverse, writes Tamlite Lighting’s managing director John Allden.
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