Efficiency and renewables

Energy-saving fluoros

01 June, 2008 | Supplied by: Nelson Lamps (Aust) Pty Ltd

The Slimline range of T5 fluorescent fixtures is suitable for both commercial lighting and domestic applications, offering a claimed 30% reduction in energy consumption over 36 W T8 conventional fluorescent lamps.

LED downlights

01 June, 2008 | Supplied by: Soanar Limited

Ecolume is a range of LED-based downlights use Osram’s 1000 lumen Ostar LED technology.

Australia to lead in sustainable lighting

19 May, 2008

Global lighting giant Philips has called on Australians to prepare for the federal government’s plans to phase out the use of inefficient incandescent lighting, which is predicted to begin in late 2008.

Halogen downlight kit

24 April, 2008 | Supplied by: Osram Australia Pty Ltd

Osram has combined what is claimed to be the world's smallest halogen reflector lamp - Ministar - with the smallest gimble downlight to provide a compact solution that is designed to be suitable for indoor spot lighting, furniture lighting, orientation lighting and task lighting.

Mercury in compact fluorescent lamps

21 April, 2008

The small amount of mercury sealed in a CFL does not pose a hazard to users. However, mercury is a toxic metal and every product containing mercury should be handled with care.

HID light fixture

01 April, 2008 | Supplied by: Eye Lighting Australia Pty Ltd

The Bergo HID is a utility lighting fixture that extends the range and complements the Esperia stainless steel IP65 fixture range, suitable for energy-efficient T5 lamp industrial applications.

Safe Site LED lighting fixtures

01 April, 2008 | Supplied by: Maser Communications

The Safe Site series of LED hi-bay light fixtures, manufactured by Dialight, are designed to replace existing 75-250 W mercury vapour hi-bay area lights, utilising Hi-Flux LEDs.

Public spaces lighting

01 April, 2008 | Supplied by: Spectra Lighting Pty Ltd

The Kyro is a high-performance light fitting designed for use in public area lighting applications requiring safety and security such as outdoor car parks, pathway and street lighting.

Safety-minded lighting solutions

01 April, 2008 | Supplied by: Ingal EPS

The Handrail Seesaw pole is a lighting solution for improving safety and reducing maintenance costs. The handrail seesaw eliminates the need for dangerous height work as maintenance of luminaires can be carried out from ground or walkway level, minimising the risk of a fall or accidents.

Orientation luminaire

01 April, 2008 | Supplied by: Spectra Lighting Pty Ltd

The Trend LED is a linear intensity luminaire that uses LEDs to provide very low glass surface temperature, making it suitable for in-ground, wall, ceiling and undercover applications.

Constant current LED driver

26 March, 2008 | Supplied by: Cutter Electronics

The Recom International RCD-24-0.35 LED driver is a constant current supply that enables multiple high-brightness LEDs to be run at optimum operating conditions and generate a uniform brightness and colour of light.

High power LED spotlights

26 March, 2008 | Supplied by: Save Power.com.au

The SP High Power LED spotlights are claimed to save 86% on power consumption and greenhouse gas emissions on the halogen lamps they are designed to replace in applications such as indoor illumination, focused reading and task lighting, emergency lighting, concealed accent lighting and billboard illumination.

Dual-mode energy controller

27 February, 2008 | Supplied by: Schneider Electric

The 5610/240/4K8 energy controller is designed to save energy consumed by fluorescent lighting, claiming to save up to 25-30% by operating lights in 'economy mode' without sacrificing visibility, while extending the life of the tube, ballast and fitting and reducing its temperature.

Energy-saving system

27 February, 2008 | Supplied by: BMASS Energy Saving Solution Pty Ltd

Power Saver is a fluorescent lighting control unit that manages power to improve lighting and energy efficiency, claiming to save up to 30% of the operating costs of fluorescent lighting power, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Concerns over electrical and electronic waste

27 February, 2008 by Paul Stathis, Editor

Living in a world where technology constantly changes, society has become accustomed to replacing electrical and electronic equipment faster than ever

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