LEDVANCE presents new lighting solutions at Light + Building 2024

LEDVANCE presents new lighting solutions at Light + Building 2024

LEDVANCE will showcase its latest intelligent and efficient lighting and energy solutions at Light + Building 2024 at booth D10 in Hall 3.0.

 New photovoltaic solutions 

The new LEDVANCE Renewables product range provides customers with photovoltaic systems and associated services from a single, trusted source. Designed for private and commercial applications, the photovoltaic panels come as bifacial or monofacial modules, with power levels from 405W to 660W and in various designs. The highly efficient and intelligent string or hybrid inverters are compatible with all system components and LEDVANCE says that they are easy to install and operate. The various low-voltage and high-voltage batteries provide optimal performance and energy storage that can be expanded at any time. A LEDVANCE Renewables app enables users to monitor and control the system from any location and at any time.

From line to loop

LEDVANCE LOOP is a new series of sustainable luminaires introduced to help transform the lighting industry and provide greater sustainability by pushing forward the transition from linear to circular processes. The result of this strategic realignment is two new product lines, EVERLOOP and NATURELOOP.

The EVERLOOP range offers easily replaceable LED light sources and drivers to maximise the lifespan of luminaires, avoid the disposal of complete luminaires, and reduce the number of electrical products going into the waste stream, thereby promoting a functioning circular economy. The NATURELOOP label stands for lamps and products manufactured and packaged using recycled materials. Each product with a NATURELOOP label contains at least 40% recycled plastic (based on the plastic content of the product). The packaging is also fully recyclable.

Professional solutions for all areas

Whether for the office, warehouse, outdoor space or sports venue, all LEDVANCE products are designed to meet the varying requirements, whilst being sustainable and energy-efficient, user-friendly, easy to install, handle and maintain, highly efficient and customisable. The high quality of light and low glare of the PANEL and LINEAR IndiviILED luminaires meet the expectations of modern office lighting. To satisfy demands in the industrial sector, LEDVANCE says it offers robust and durable luminaires with high IP/IK protection. In addition to the HIGHBAY luminaires, this includes the new high-performance LED tubes for particularly challenging areas.

Outdoor conditions require lighting solutions that are highly efficient, durable and standard-compliant, such as the STREETLIGHT FLEX luminaires or the varied BULKHEAD portfolio with power select and IP65 protection. For sports venue lighting, the LOWBAY FLEX luminaires with optional ball-proof covers and LED solutions are tailored to the customer’s requirements as part of the SPECIFY program, such as the FLOODLIGHT ARENA stadium floodlight. For areas that require constant lighting, such as streets, parks and pedestrian zones, the economic NAV LED FILAMENT AMBER retrofit solution offers a low proportion of blue light (1.5%), which helps to protect wildlife and residents from the potential adverse effects of blue light at nighttime.

Versatile and powerful

In times of high energy prices, efficient and demand-oriented lighting control is important. VIVARES presents a wide range of DALI and Zigbee-based light management systems that are easy to install and operate and provide energy and CO2 savings of as much as 80%.

To read more on LEDVANCE, click here.

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