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Sneak peek: 10 lighting innovations at LuxLive

Innovations to be unveiled at the LuxLive 2018 exhibition include smart drivers, contemporary design luminaires, emergency lighting technology and wireless control systems.

Manufacturers are working furiously on the finishing touches to a raft of new product introductions at LuxLive. Innovations include smart drivers, contemporary design luminaires, emergency lighting technology and wireless control systems. Here’s our sneak peek of 10 innovations we think you’ll want to check out in person.


1. Mini Tini 
DGA | Stand A20

Italian manufacturer DGA – exhibiting at LuxLive for the first time – will unveil its tiny fixture for 24V tracks. Mini Tini B 24V is a very efficient spotlight with four optics: 10, 25, 40 and 60 degrees.

2. P873
CU Phosco | Stand F28

UK exterior lighting manufacturer is launching the P873 post top luminaire at LuxLive 2018.

It’s designed for amenity, pedestrian crossings, splitter islands at roundabouts and smaller car parks.

3. Freeline
Fabbian | Stand B26

Freeline is a modular system which allows you to create innovative shapes, independent from the lighting point position. It’s also flexible: the position of the light can also be moved at a later time.

4. Aspen
Hacel | Stand D44 and D48

The stylish Aspen range of LED pendants offers a choice of outputs up to 8,400 lumens and efficacies up to 135 lm/W. Colour stability is within three MacAdam ellipses and life is 53,000 hours.

5. AirGlow
LumenRadio | Stand K11

Built on LumenRadio’s Mira technology, the wireless AirGlow lighting controller is compatible with both Bluetooth Mesh and Mira Mesh and is scalable to allow for full building light control.

6. Smarti-Fi
Hytronik | Stand J20

A new 150W trailing edge dimmer, designed to be installed within the space of a standard wall switch back box, adds app-based control to the most humble of standard trailing edge fixtures.

7. Pro Profile Nano 9709
LED Flex | Stand C28

The Nano Profile is only 10mm high and 6mm wide and features a 3.5 mm LED strip, emitting seamlessly diffused light along its full length. It comes with and without recess wings.

8. LPC
Pharos Architectural Controls | Stand C27

The LPC – housed in a rugged DIN rail-mounted enclosure – is scalable by adding remote devices via a standard Ethernet network. Control it all using the company’s Designer 2 software.

9. Dali Linear Driver
Tridonic | Stand L1

This Dali dimmable constant-current driver from Tridonic comes in either 50W or 75W, with a dimming range of 10 to 100 per cent. Output is adjustable between 250 and 400 mA.

10. Wireless Professional
RP-Technik | Stand J17

This unit provides control and monitoring of single-battery luminaires in an emergency lighting system. As a short-range device, it can be used in sensitive areas such as hospitals.


See the technology from over 200 exhibitors at LuxLive 2018 in London this November.  The show takes place on Wednesday 14 November and Thursday 15 November 2018 at ExCeL London. See the full programme HERE.