High-frequency sensor technology for detecting movements in spaces and buildings, integrating it invisibly into lights. Sensor-controlled LED technology and has the right light for any situation.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
Ledvolution
The Lighting Revolution
Ledvolution is a distributor to the trade of OPPLE LED Lighting products. Our product range includes: LED Light fittings for consumer use LED Light fittings for professional use LED Globes
location_on Pretoria, Gauteng
Nordland Lighting
Hazardous, industrial and commercial lighting manufacturers
Hazardous, industrial and commercial lighting manufacturers Nordland Lighting, based in Muldersdrift, Gauteng, South Africa started out in 1967 as a luminaire importer but it soon became a local manufacturer instead.
location_on Muldersdrift, Gauteng
Voltex supplies electrical products: inter alia, energy efficient, cable & wire, power generation, transmission & distribution, motor control solutions.
location_on Johannesburg, Gauteng
today30 Oct 2017
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Opple Professional Luminaires Catalogue 2017 by Ledvolution

The Professional Luminaires Catalogue includes LED Downlights, LED Spotlights, LED Panels, LED Linear Indoor Lights, LED Industrial Lighting and LED Outdoor Lighting…
today23 Jun 2017
verified_userVoltex

Voltex LED Lifestyle Catalogue

The LED Lifestyle Catalogue includes the general indoor and outdoor LED range, lamps and tubes and their Professional range for commercial use including street and area lighting…
today14 Feb 2018
verified_userVoltex

Voltex Electrical, Lighting, Industrial & Cable Product Profile

This profile includes information on power distribution, cable and wiring, general electrical products, lighting, specialised products, accessories and consumables…
today11 Oct 2017
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Steinel: IS 345 Motion Detector for Lighting Automation

IS 345 sensor used in lighting automation and control. Aisles and long corridors place special demands on sensor performance. The detection area of the sensor must be narrow, but long. Only in this way can the fewest possible sensors cover sections of the greatest possible length. The IS 345 is the specialist for indoor applications of this type. It is specially designed for detection in corridors and has an angle of aperture of 45°. This means that it can watch over an area of up to 20 x 4 metres tangentially. Available either in round or square surface-mounted and concealed version.
today11 Oct 2017
verified_userSteinel SA

Steinel: HF 3360 Motion Detector for Lighting Automation

High-frequency technology is the perfect alternative in areas that can pose problems for temperature-based infrared sensors. This makes the HF 3360 the ideal solution if you want to automate lighting in winding basement corridors, stairwells and multi-storey car parks. It detects the smallest of movements reliably and precisely and ensures the perfect automatic lighting control – even in stairwells over two storeys high. The HF 3360 is also ideal for all entrance areas because light is switched ON as soon as the sensor detects the door opening. Available in surface-mounted and concealed installation versions, and naturally compatible with the standard interfaces.
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today13 Jul 2011

Tuning in to the possibilities of OLED lighting

It seems that organic light emitting diodes – OLEDs – represent the next generation of low-energy high-efficiency lighting – a step ahead of the LED technology which is still relatively new in the mainstream market. Jeanine Chrobak-Kando, business development manager for LED lighting at Verbatim, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation, looks at how OLEDs are evolving not only for television screens, tablet PCs, mobile phones and other such electronic devices, but also as complementary sources of indoor lighting.
today12 Jul 2018

2018 Lighting trends by Streamlight designer, Brad Kalish

2018 will feature trendy metal finishes and fixtures that are sure to be striking, dramatic, edgy, and retro in lighting. 5 trends that Streamlight designer, Brad Kalish, highlights are covered in this article.
today11 Jun 2018
verified_userIsover South Africa

School buildings affect productivity and health

A recent report by the World Green Building Council (WorldGBC), which is co-sponsored by Saint-Gobain, explores the topic of health, wellbeing and productivity in schools, and shows that children are more susceptible to indoor environmental factors than adults, which often leads to poor school performance.
today12 Feb 2018

Healing and environmental principles entrenched in Netcare Pinehaven Hospital

The design principles of Netcare’s Pinehaven Hospital, on Johannesburg’s West Rand, integrate patient comfort and sustainability to promote healthcare outcomes while reducing the environmental footprint of this 100-bed state-of-the-art facility.
today31 Jul 2018

25th edition of Decorex Joburg announces unmissable feature line-up

Décor, design and lifestyle exhibition Decorex will be showcasing the latest trends, styles, textiles and furniture at the 2018 show. An extensive programme of innovative features that showcase the best interior design and landscaping ideas.
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today13 Nov 2018

Living and Working with YORK® | York International (SA) Inc by Johnson Controls

YORK® is all about getting results that are more efficient and more intelligent.
today5 Dec 2018

YORK® YZ Magnetic Bearing

THE YORK® YZ MAGNETIC BEARING CENTRIFUGAL CHILLER The YORK® YZ Chiller, built upon decades of industry-leading expertise, challenges everything about conventional water-cooled chiller design.
today23 Mar 2017

Striving for Sustainability

Belgotex Floors achieved the 6 Green Star SA certification for implementing outstanding practical and measurable strategic solutions in the following areas: Management: Building management, green cleaning performance, on-going monitoring and metering and learning resources; Indoor Environment Quality: Indoor air quality, lighting comfort, thermal comfort, occupant survey, acoustic comfort and daylight views; Energy: Energy consumption, peak electricity demand; Water: Potable water management; Transport: Alternative transportation; Materials: Procurement and purchasing, solid waste management; Land Use and Ecology: Hardscape, landscape and pest management, and Emissions: Refrigerants, legionella prevention and storm water