03 June 2015

New guidance for specifiers of daylighting in homes

The new document has been prepared by NARM’s Technical Committee, and gives generic information on types of daylight, health and wellbeing, followed by detailed and up-to-date specification information and data. Since the 1990s, the definition of lighting quality has encompassed human needs, architectural integration, and economic constraints. Until the late 1990s, lighting recommendations were based[…]

  • 03 June 2015

02 February 2015

Demand for energy saving lamps helping build technology hub

Rt Hon Greg Clark MP, Minister for Universities, Science and Cities officially opens new LED Lighting Laboratory facility at Integral LED. Opportunity to build a new technology hub According to Sunil Kotecha, Integral’s MD, an opportunity exists to build a ‘Shenzhen style technology hub in Brent, North West London’ based upon the demand for innovative[…]

  • 02 February 2015

02 February 2015

Spotlight on LED quality and solutions at Ecobuild 2015

Visitors to the stand (S2026) will be able to discuss bespoke options for their own projects, whilst browsing the company’s extensive LUMiLife LED portfolio including LUMiLife high-output LED panels and LUMiLife GU10 LED spotlights. Laura Dugdale, marketing manager at LED Hut Trade: “With lighting such a huge contributor to our national energy consumption (and subsequent[…]

  • 02 February 2015

29 January 2015

New connecDIM integrated light management improves staff well-being

New connecDIM lighting controls for luminaires even small applications with only a few DALI devices can benefit from lighting controls Tridonic connecDIM integrated light management solution A long-term study conducted by Zumtobel, (Tridonic’s parent company) in cooperation with the Fraunhofer IAO has confirmed that the present lighting situation in many offices often does not meet the[…]

  • 29 January 2015

19 January 2015

Zumtobel architectural lighting for Grade I listed Oxford University Museum

Light at the Museum Oxford UniversityÍs Museum of Natural History, originally built in 1860, is a Grade I listed building. In December 2011, the museum began an extensive project to repair its roof structure. At the same time, a routine lighting survey conducted by the UniversityÍs Deputy Electrical Engineer demonstrated huge potential to upgrade and[…]

  • 19 January 2015

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