The HS and SL series of low-voltage halogen work lamps are flexible and concentrated light sources providing high-intensity and efficient lighting solutions while maintaining safety through effective heat dissipation and electric leakage isolation.
The Remote Lighting Lifter enables the lowering of luminaires to the ground electrically via wireless remote control where they can be safely maintained. It is designed for use in factories, warehouses, exhibition centres, sports stadiums, railway stations, auditoriums, schools, hotels and more.
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.
Thirty years ago, few people knew anything about the dangers of carbon emissions. Today, the need to mitigate global warming by controlling man-made carbon emissions is probably the single most important issue we face as a global community
Emergency and exit lighting seems to be an orphan in the building industry - it's perceived as being neither part of the fire industry nor part of the electrical industry
Emergency lighting is an essential service that is quite often forgotten until an accident or catastrophe happens
At the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) held in Bali in December, Philips called for action on climate change, outlining specific steps industry and government can adopt to reduce CO2 emissions while maintaining economic growth.
HPM recently pushed its iCONTROL automation technology to new heights with its involvement in a unique and fascinating art installation project at the Singapore National Museum
Victoria University (VU) is leading a new school of thought on environmental savings with the installation of a new energy-efficient fluorescent lighting system across six campuses
For environmentally conscious Australian homeowners aiming to reduce their carbon footprint, the light went on again as figures about the impact of halogen bulbs were recently released
According to a recent report by US researcher Global Industry Analysts Inc, the worldwide lighting industry for industrial, commercial, residential and public lighting will exceed US$94 billion by 2010.