Earlsmann are exhibiting at ECOBUILD 2014 on stand S548 and will be showing several of their new products.
First is the new LINCOLN LED street light which can be used in S class applications, car parks, walkways or public areas. It has a gull wing beam pattern and has an efficacy up to 120lm/Watt. Critically, this is the first street light available at under £150 and is made in the UK.
Next is the new corridor light. This is a stylish bulkhead and is fitted with twin LEDs pointing along the corridor providing maximum uniformity and avoids the usual light-dark-light-dark that are normally associated with these areas.
Third are the new BRIGHTON S high/low bay and DOVER flood light. As your requirements change it may be useful to be able to change the beam angle on your lighting to suit different mounting heights or a different use for a given area so these come with interchangeable reflectors to allow for this change of use and future proof your investment in LED lighting.
And fourth is the 2D replacement gear tray. This is an alternative to a simple replacement lamp and is far easier to install. MOQ of 50 pcs and we’ll need to see a fitting to make sure it fits.
LED lighting has come down in price but is still a significant investment so if you’re interested in learning a bit about how to correctly specify lighting and avoid some costly pitfalls, Simon Thornton will be giving a presentation at the ILP Lightscene theatre on Wednesday 5th at midday. Why not come along?