LEDVANCE launches EVERLOOP: A series of sustainable luminaires

LEDVANCE launches EVERLOOP: A series of sustainable luminaries

LEDVANCE has introduced a sub-brand responsible for its sustainability initiatives called LEDVANCE LOOP. This model covers all efforts and measures across the company to help transform the lighting industry and improve its green credentials. LEDVANCE LOOP also contains circular products under the EVERLOOP series.

The lighting experts from LEDVANCE launched a new product series, EVERLOOP, featuring luminaires with conveniently replaceable LED light sources and drivers. The replaceable nature of EVERLOOP products maximises the lifespan of a luminaire and simultaneously eliminates the disposal of complete luminaires, contributing to less electronic waste.

EVERLOOP products are a sustainable and convenient choice for installers, planners, and facility managers. The products ensure the sustainable efficiency of industrial, office and public building applications. The first available model of the series is the LEDVANCE Linear IndiviLED Gen 2 in December 2023, offering both direct and indirect versions with On/Off or DALI options, respectively. The range includes CRI90 and UGR<19, making it perfect for office applications.

In addition to an extended lifetime, reduced waste, and cost savings, buildings preserve their appearance.

”EVERLOOP is our answer to the challenge of going from a linear to a circular product lifecycle for luminaires, contributing to the EU’s plan to reduce electronic waste,” says Nuno Paiva, Head of Professional Portfolio Management at LEDVANCE. ”The key feature of EVERLOOP luminaires is that critical components, such as the light sources and drivers, are conveniently upgradeable or replaceable, with available spare parts. That makes the luminaire EVER-lasting. In the future, we intend to integrate this feature into more of our luminaire series to save material and minimise waste.”

The IndiviLED range will be expanded in spring 2024 with further types in black and accessories to create a complete lighting system.

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