Lighting is about creating a sense of place and atmosphere using natural light, electrical light or a mixture of both. Lighting covers the design of lighting systems, indoor and outdoor lighting, LED and energy efficient lighting The design process takes account of the kind of activity for which the lighting is to be provided.
Upgrading street lighting to more efficient LED technology can offer huge benefits, lower energy costs, controllabili
For those planning to redecorate their outdoor space, you should never forget lighting. You may be redesigning outdoors, but lighting is still crucial - even with the addition of natural light.
S Lilley & Son Ltd, are the leading UK manufacturers of brass lampholders and lighting components. Having been established in the 1840’s, we have been supplying into the lighting industry since its inception in the early 20th century.
At Metway Electrical Industries we have several different Lighting Control options to cater for most lighting control requirements. The following summarises the benefits, applications and criteria of each option to allow you to choose the most suitable system.
A Cheltenham-based building services and engineering company has slashed its monthly electricity bills from £500 to just £20, thanks to the cutting-edge design of its new office, complete with lighting controls from CP Electronics.
Step into any kitchen showroom and you’re likely to see an abundance of lighting dotted around the area. Over the kitchen island, you might see pendant lighting. For the ceiling, you may see spotlights.
The implementation of LED lighting and dynamic boiler control technology at the East London college is expected to deliver annual energy savings of around £25,000
Harvard Technology, a pioneer in the design, development and manufacture of smart lighting solutions, will be showcasing its ground-breaking wireless lighting controls system EyeNut on stand E5 at The Energy Managers Exhibition (EMEX) at the ExCeL Centre in London on November 22-23.
CP Electronics, the leading manufacturer of lighting controls, has developed a new range of ceiling-mounted, mid-range passive infrared (PIR) detectors that allow presence detection for ranges up to 15m.