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LIGHTFAIR 2011


Empower Electronics, Booth 3256 Empower Electronics’ energy-saving digital programmable ballasts are the ideal choice for today’s HID lighting, with unsurpassed energy efficiency, tangible cost savings, and dynamically reduced maintenance expense – a far cry from inefficient, costly, and wasteful magnetic ballasts. The company will host a series of seminars entitled ‘Effective Tactics in Improving HID Lighting and Saving Energy’. Visit the web site for more information. www.empowerelec.com


LIGHTFAIR 2011 Across the pond, LIGHTFAIR International (LFI) takes place on 17-19 May.


LIGHTFAIR International (LFI) is poised to offer 2011 attendees a program with the largest and most diverse educational opportunities it has ever presented – set to take place in the new location of the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The 2011 LFI Conference program has expanded to further align with topics addressed on the show floor as well as within the industry as a whole.


Special events include the LFI Innovations Awards on the 17 May, as well as a comprehensive seminar programme running on 17-19 May.


Jadig, Booth 3752


The new EasyUp downlight is a revolutionary lighting system that enables you to replace downlight globes with your feet planted safely on the ground, eliminating the need for ladders and reducing the chance of injuries. The EasyUp low voltage downlight system incorporates an innovative magnetic safety design and a 6ft 6in extension wand that enables easy exchange of failed globes, eliminating the need for ladders or climbing. www.easyup.com.eu


PLCBuildings, Booth 3236 The new Bantam from PLCBuildings has raised the bar for 8 relay, all-in-one control panels, by adding four analog photo sensor inputs and MicroSD card programming to their list of standard features. The Bantam is designed specifically for small buildings with up to eight lighting zones, which can be used for offices, retail space, and lobbies as well as exterior parking lots and courtyards. Interior lighting can incorporate after-hour overrides with timed sweeps or with sentry type line voltage switches. Exterior lighting can use an astronomical clock, dry contact, or analog photo sensor inputs. www.plcmultipoint.com


ACDC Lighting, Booth 3519


The next stop for the ‘ACDC Experience’ will be Lightfair, where ACDC will be launching its ground-breaking, energy efficient LED product range into the US Market. Gaining ETL accreditation has been the focus for ACDC’s design team over the past few months, to enable the company to supply its high performance LED luminaires into this key territory. ACDC will be operating in partnership with www.inter-lux.com, a well-established, highly regarded lighting distribution company who has the ability to facilitate distribution throughout the US. www.acdclighting.co.uk


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