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120 TECHNOLOGY / EXPO REPORT


THE HK WAY


We pay a flying visit to the Hong Kong International Lighting Fair.


Local brand Megaman were among those taking part in the autumn edition of the Hong Kong International Lighting Fair. As general manager Matthew Chu explains, “The Lighting Fair is an ideal platform for us to promote our prod- ucts. We ride on this platform to unveil and gain more exposure for our brand- new Incanda-LED series, which delivers a brilliant sparkling light effect.” The event, organised by the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, boasted 2,956 exhibitors from 41 countries and regions, attracting an estimated 70,000 buyers from around 150 countries. www.hktdc.com


Harmonia


Lextar Lextar’s dual emitting LED pendant lamp Harmonia is designed to spread light softly and evenly throughout a space in order to create a comfort- able lighting environment. Thanks to a unique thin film material, the pendant distributes 30% of the light upward and 70% downward. Its reinforced mechan- ical design allows a 1.3cm thick form that maintains its flat shape when suspended. Harmonia was winner of Japan’s Good Design Award 2013. www.lextar.com


LT1 A


Relco Group The LT1 A is the flagship product from Relco Group’s new range of electron- ic dimmers with push-button control that enables continuous adjustment and gradual ignition on/off. The series boasts an absence of buzzing and a warning light for identification in the dark. Well suited to all LED modules, it is compatible with LED bulbs from Leuci, Philips, Verbatim and Toshiba among others. www.relcogroup.it


Incanda-LED Megaman


Panel Light Series-LF-PAL Everlight


Everlight used the HKTDC to introduce its new Panel Light Series LF-PAL. The series has a slim, sleek design and provides a dimming function and an integrated power supply. The Panel Light Series LF-PAL is lead- free, RoHS compliant and CE certificat- ed, making it a suitable option for both commercial and residential lighting. www.everlight.com


Megaman’s new Incanda-LED family delivers a brilliant sparkling light effect with a unique lamp design that resem- bles the point source and sparking light effect of an incandescent lamp. With a high luminous efficacy of up to 100 lumens per watt of high-quality warm light, the Incanda-LED lamps can save up to 89% of energy consumption as compared to its incandescent equiv- alent. The lamps are longer lasting, with up to 25,000 hours of life expec- tancy, and have a Grade A++ EU energy label. www.megamanlighting.com


Vela SAT


Vela is designed with the aim of de- livering visible light from an invisible fitting. Patented slide up-and-down positioning provides flexible projection angles, while optional beam angles allow the creation of spot, medium flood, and wide flood effects. Modular in design, Vela is available as a single (round or square) or dual downlight system. Available for 35W LED or 70W HID solutions it is suitable for retail, museums, galleries and other commer- cial venues. www.sat-lighting.com


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