Low efficiency halogen bulbs are expected to be banned from September 2018, and Electrical Direct are urging electrical contractors to increase awareness of the fact.
Lutron Electronics have announced the launch of integration with Google Home, allowing homeowners to easily control their lighting – both at and away from home.
The WR-LECO connector family from Würth Elektronik eiSos is optimised for use with LEDs: the connectors are white and flat, to have as little impact as possible on the luminous efficacy of the LEDs.
The Bekla Torch is the world’s smallest multi-timer LED light that provides flexibility in lighting dark spaces.
Engineers have developed a new camera design that replaces lenses with an ultra-thin optical phased array (OPA).
Cree announces an LED breakthrough with the NX technology platform that will power the next generation of Cree’s lighting-class LEDs.
GreenPeak Technologies launches its wireless LED lighting solution, a low-cost ambient lighting application based on the GP651 communication chip.
MBDA unveils CVW101 Stratus, its latest Concept Visions project, at the Farnborough International Airshow 2014.
Sharp’s tuneable white, mid-power, SMD-based LED for SSL lighting has two correlated colour temperature (CCT) emitters.
Rochester Electronics announces that it has entered into an agreement with NXP Semiconductors for end-of-life products.
The new Panasonic L2 LED lighting connector has been released to the approval of many LED lighting design engineers.
The low energy consumption, signal LEDs will be available exclusively from the distributor following a distribution signing.
Visitors to the show this week can learn about LED-based lighting through building a luminaire at a workshop on stand LED 305.
Ismosys has begun sampling the latest Sharp innovative Zenigata family of chip-on-board (COB) LED lighting arrays
Plessey announced its Gallium Nitride (GaN) on silicon LED products are now commercially available for sampling
Allegro MicroSystems’ A6269 is the latest addition to the company’s range of automotive qualified LED driver ICs.
Nylon mounted and light pipe LED indicators complement UK manufactured range
RECOM Lighting extended its broad product portfolio of LED drivers to include modules with a stable 20 Watt output power and a universal input voltage range of 90VAC to 305VAC.
Domestic, commercial and public lighting systems can now be made greener, more economical, safer and more flexible, thanks to a unique device introduced by STMicroelectronics.
Arrow Electronics announced that its agreement with Japanese manufacturer Nichicon will now extend to the entire EMEA region.