Farnell and element14 will be exhibiting at the LuxLive lighting show at Earls Court in London on the 9th and 10th of November. Launched by the Lighting Industry Federation and Lux magazine and backed by other leading lighting organisations, LuxLive will showcase state-of- the-art lighting solutions for offices, retail, industry, warehousing, education, hospitality and the public sector.
LED specialists will be available to discuss the latest innovations in LED and LED Array technology as well as a host of associated products including drivers, optics, microcontrollers and thermal management products; all designed to support the easy adoption of LED lighting by designers and specifiers. The Farnell and element14 stand will provide a comprehensive showcase for the broad range of products featured on the Farnell Lighting Microsite: www.farnell.com/lighting
On display at LuxLive will be a range of lighting grade LED components and LED modules along with LED lighting kits and a selection of associated products such as power supplies, LED drivers, heatsinks and optic lens reflectors. Joining Farnell and element14 on stand E30, and demonstrating their products and tools, will be representatives from leading suppliers including CREE, Texas Instruments Microchip and Molex. CREE will be running a live demonstration of its Product Characterisation Tool that allows users to select from multiple lighting system design parameters in order to compare up to three LED models simultaneously. Additionally there will be a live demonstration of the WEBENCH LED Architect – Texas Instruments’ quick visual tool for complete lighting system design of applications up to 100,000 lumens in output.
“Farnell is an authority in the solid state lighting sector and is delighted to be showcasingits products and capabilities at this innovative and exciting event,” said Ian Roberts, LED Lighting Segment Manager, Farnell. “We work with over 100 leading suppliers on our collaborative element14 eCommunity and launched a dedicated LED microsite earlier this year to help engineers working on lighting solutions research and design through an enhanced online collaborative experience. The site brings a broad range of technical resources and products together in an easy-to-use format all in one place.”
Engineers can quickly link from the microsite to the lighting group at Farnell’s element14 engineering community to collaborate with industry peers and experts. element14’s lighting group offers quick access to additional technical information, lighting insight from its “Ask an Expert” panel of professionals and lively discussions with engineers from around the globe.