Harvard showcases leading LED technology at Light & Building 2016

Harvard, world leader in the design, development and manufacture of energy saving lighting solutions, will be showcasing its leading LED Solutions product ranges, alongside the EyeNut wireless monitoring and management system for interior lighting, on Booth D21 in Hall 4 at Light & Building from the 13th to 18th March 2016 at Frankfurt am Main.

 

Harvard prides itself on being at the forefront of the lighting market, developing integrated lighting solutions for its customers that deliver superior performance, save energy and reduce costs. These customer-driven concept technologies include the Gen III range of Zhaga Book 7 linear light engines, which have been developed using the latest technology in microchips.

 

Harvard will also be launching its new CLK programmable driver at Light & Building, which can be programmed in 1mA increments in less than 1 second per driver. Visitors are invited to come and see for themselves how quick and easy the progeramming unit is.

 

Tim McKernan, head of OEM sales at Harvard, commented, “At Harvard, we invest 10% of our annual turnover on R&D, which has enabled us to build an enviable reputation for innovation. We are excited to be showcasing our latest LED drivers and light engines on our stand at this years Light & Building.”

 

Harvard will also be providing demonstrations of its award-winning wireless monitoring and management solution for interior lighting, EyeNut, at the show. Allowing users to commission, configure and control their own lighting, via an online interface accessed via a computer, laptop, tablet or even smartphone, EyeNut can provide energy savings and reduce carbon emissions.

 

Andy Davies, head of business development and specification at Harvard, added, “Since its launch, EyeNut has revolutionised the indoor lighting market. We are excited to be providing demonstrations of the solution at this years Light & Building.”

 

With a wide range of green technologies, Harvard has made the decision to only showcase 100% recycled LED fixtures on its stand further enhancing the company’s eco-friendly credentials.

 

To book an appointment with the Harvard sales team at the show, to find out more about either the LED Solutions or EyeNut, please email sales@HarvardEng.com.

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