Harvard Technology to launch LED lighting components and controls at LuxLive

Harvard Technology, world leader in the design, development and manufacture of energy saving lighting solutions, will be exhibiting its latest range of pioneering LED lighting components at LuxLive 2016, on stand K2.

The company is set to unveil its new programmable range of LED drivers, the latest innovation in its CoolLED range, and the recently launched Gen III Elite, Pro and Classic light engines – which work together to provide a complete LED Solution.

Also on display will be the company’s latest enabling technologies for the IoT, including the newly updated EyeNut Combined Emergency Driver – as featured in the top 10 innovations you must see at Lux Live.

The EyeNode is also a new introduction for 2016. The next generation in intuitive wireless control technology is a game changer in lighting control solutions, allowing users to monitor both indoor and outdoor lighting fixtures across multiple buildings and locations from one interface.

Harvard Technology will be offering a large interactive demonstration of its award-winning control systems for indoor and outdoor lighting, EyeNut and LeafNut. Attendees of LUX Live will be able to see how the systems can be implemented in a large scale application like a university campus, through the stand’s Connected Campus area.

Visitors to Harvard Technology’s stand will also be able to view the latest developments of the company’s wireless control and monitoring system for outdoor and street lighting, LeafNut, in the Smart City Zone.

The Smart City Zone will unveil the company’s next generation LeafNut solutions, the UniNode3 7 pin nema and its developments for the LeafNut smart city. Equipped with GPRS and energy monitoring capabilities, the UniNode 3 enables connectivity to a wide range of drivers with different dimming protocols. The built in light sensor provides a photocell failsafe operation to eliminate day burning, while the NEMA socket option allows for easy installation.

Harvard Technology continue to pitch themselves as experts within the industry, introducing a new suite of videos in the stand’s ‘experts corner’.


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