The right lighting and controls can massively cut the cost of energy in warehouses but selecting the right fixtures is essential. The cost of maintenance, particularly at height, must be carefully considered and the life of the LED and its reliability throughout that life, is crucial.
To understand the risks and opportunities of upgrading or replacing lighting, engineers, facilities and estates managers, specifiers and buyers will all be gathering on 18-19 November at LuxLive, Europe’s largest annual lighting event, at ExCeL London.
There they will be able to examine the latest energy-saving lighting products from more than 300 big-name exhibitors as well as discuss ways to fund upgrades and harness the latest technology successfully. There will be practical sessions on warranties, financing, controls and emergency lighting as well as expert insight on how to get LED rollouts right from the outset as well as case studies on high-mast lighting.
The very latest in lighting innovation will be showcased by the world’s leading brands including Holophane, Earlsmann, Kosnic, Key Lighting, SH Lighting, Bell Lighting, Leader Light, MHA, Thorn, Dextra and Venture. Here we feature two products which will be exhibited at LuxLive this year.
Brand new high bays and low bays from Kosnic
Kosnic will be unveiling its new range of high bay and low bay luminaires at LuxLive. A replacement for inefficient metal halide lamps used in industrial spaces such as warehouses and factories, both the high bay and low bay are available in 100W, 150W and 200W models, delivering significant energy savings.
Holophane’s new LED high mast luminaire
Holophane’s new HMAO high-mast product (pictured) uses glass refractor technology, with LEDs placed behind glass optical pods. For new and retrofit high-mast applications, it provides a complete lighting solution for the simplest or the most complex area lighting challenges. The luminaire is available with lumen packages of 30,000, 44,000 and 58,000lm.
Of particular interest to those managing warehouses will be the extensive programme of talks including a series of project case studies on Thursday 19 November which will include a panel discussion on taking the pain out of maintaining industrial lighting. There will be a high-mast case study and John Bradshaw, engineering and technical services manager at Royal Mail, will be talking you through the rollout of LEDs and controls to sixteen UK mail centres.
LuxLive – The Facts
Dates: 18-19 November
Venue: ExCeL London
Admission: free of charge, register in advance for a free pass
The latest technology, the best projects and finest experts will all be at the biggest ever LuxLive, as it joins forces with Strategies in Light Europe and new architectural lighting event, lightspace dot london, on 18-19 November at London’s ExCeL.
Not only will this year’s exhibition be the biggest ever, with more than 300 exhibitors, it’ll also feature more than 80 hours of free-to-attend talks, debates and panel discussions.