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Efficiency Matrix Halogen Mitt and LED Mitt

23 March, 2010 by

Halogen downlight fittings are a popular lighting option; however, by their nature they can be inefficient and dangerous. The major inefficiency effects include draughts, convection currents and thermal bridging (bypassing insulation). From a safety perspective, trapped debris in recessed light fittings can also create a potential fire hazard.

Marexim Xe Hybrid Convertible range of light bulbs

23 March, 2010 by

The Marexim Xe Hybrid Convertible range of bulbs combines the positive efficiency and long life aspects of modern CFL and LED lights with the instant full brightness, colour quality and dimmability of incandescent lights.

LumiDas 8W-LEDD-FW LED downlight lamp

23 March, 2010 by

The LumiDas 8W-LEDD-FW is an LED downlight lamp fitting that provides an energy-efficient and cost-effective lighting solution. The product provides a similar light level brightness as a 50 W halogen lamp but only uses 8 W.

Dowin Industries Triac dimmable LED lamps

23 March, 2010

The Dowin Industries Triac dimmable LED lamps solve the refitting problem associated with LEDs connected to a Triac dimmer circuit (standard wall dimmers).

mySmart EBMPIR 360° presence detector

02 February, 2010 by

The mySmart EBMPIR is a 360° detector measuring just 28 mm across (ceiling mounted 38 mm). It can turn lights on and off or dim fluorescent lighting using the EBMPIR-DD detector. Both can be programmed as either presence or absence detection and are suitable for daylight harvesting with built-in programmable LUX level settings. The detectors can be programmed using an intelligent handheld programmer, eliminating the need for ladders or tools.

Hotel saving energy

18 January, 2010 by

Crowne Plaza Terrigal recently installed the mySmart Hotel Room Control System which intelligently controls the air conditioning in each of its 199 guest rooms. The Smart Digital Thermostat is easy and intuitive to use - it uses motion sensing and door switches to detect when the room is in use. The thermostat can be used in stand-alone mode, control the room lights or integrate with the hotel’s check-in system.

Solar shading device for high-rise buildings

29 May, 2009

GHD has developed a concept to cut energy use in high-rise buildings.

Electricity usage monitor

07 April, 2009 by

The Cent-a-meter is an electricity monitor that provides users with details on the cost of operating electrical appliances to help control and conserve energy use. It also provides information on equivalent greenhouse gas emissions, and temperature and humidity levels.

Energy-saving device for fluorescent lighting

07 April, 2009 by

Light Eco Plus is a cost-effective, compact controller that delivers energy savings by controlling the amount of electricity that reaches a fluorescent lighting circuit. It is suitable for any space that uses fluorescent lighting such as offices, warehouses, shops and factories.

Energy-efficient lamp

01 January, 2009

The GA911i energy-efficient lamp is a compact fluorescent lamp (CFL) designed to be a straight replacement for the common incandescent lamp.

Energy-saving lighting control

01 January, 2009

With a maximum connected load of 230 W, Powerboss Eluma is claimed to achieve significant savings over conventional HID (metal halide or high pressure sodium) or fluorescent lighting, which may have a comparative connected load of 450 W or more.

Colour printer

01 January, 2009

The HP Color LaserJet CM6040 Multifunction Printer (MFP) is designed to be environmentally friendly during its life cycle.

Greener networking

01 December, 2008

Linksys, a division of Cisco, has reduced packaging for its consumer networking products and it has received Energy Star certified ratings on power adapters included with more than 30 of its products.

Company acquisition to deliver energy and water assessments

14 July, 2008

Green Invest has acquired Sustainable Footprint Pty Ltd, an environmental company focused on delivering energy and water assessments.

Funding sparks power saving

07 July, 2008

A South Australian company, with the potential to significantly cut power bills and associated carbon emissions, has received funding to deliver its power-saving breakthrough to market within 12 months.

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