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  • 2018 Annual Management Conference CITYLUX

    2018 Annual Management Conference CITYLUX


    In the preparations for the 2018 City Light Annual Management Conference, the theme is “About the 2018 Annual Summary and 2019 Business Strategy Objectives”, let us wait and see! 

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  • 11 lighting tips every retailer should know-Source

    11 lighting tips every retailer should know-Source


    11 lighting tips every retailer should know 1. Layer the light A basic retail lighting design comprises two elements, ambient lighting and accent lighting. How you mix them is key to your store’s individual look, but always make sure the ambient is low enough to allow the accent to punch through to the merchandise. 2. Make the lighting match the brand The lighting design – and the fixtures – should match the brand’s values. As a general rule, customers associate ambient with low cost and accent with upmarket. Some stores – TKMaxx, Boots, Lidl – are ambient only, while some – Abercrombie & Fitch, Hollister, SuperDry – are accent only, to great effect. 3. Nail your colour temperature The colour temperature is key to a store’s look and feel. A cool colour temperature (4000K to 6000K) conveys spaciousness and appeals to a young demographic while warm colour temperatures (2700K to 3000K) convey familiarity and appeal to older, upmarket customers. 4. Light what you want customers to see Sounds obvious, but rarely applied in practice. Theatre lighting designers put the brightest light wherever they want the audience’s attention. This ‘hot spot’ trick works in retail, too. So highlight hero items, new merchandise and special offers. Lighting designers call this ‘the lighting hierarchy’. 5. Don’t take colour rendering at face value Don’t assume a high CRI number will ensure good colour rendering – it may not include strong reds, for instance. For good reds (bread, foodstuffs, fashion) find out the light’s R9 value, and make sure it’s over 80. Ninety is best. For good blues (suits, jeans, fish), check the R12. 6. Work your window A great window display will turn passersby into shoppers, so this is no place for caution and restraint. Bright, bold, high contrast lighting can make a hero of the merchandise. Better still, consider dynamic light that introduces movement and variations in light levels and colour. 7. Change your changing rooms The changing room is most important space in fashion as it’s where the buying decision is made. So why are yours lit with £5 downlights that makes people look awful? Instead, mount warm vertical linear lights with good colour rendering on either side of the mirror. 8. Integrate the lighting Research has shown that customers pick up twice as many items from shelving with integrated lighting, than those with none. These days, with LED tape, integrating is a cinch. Do use a good brand though – Osram’s came out best in our recent tests. 9. Read the warranty Manufacturers’ warranties are usually written to protect them just as much as you. Watch especially for restrictions on burning hours buried in the small print –  most retail lighting will comfortably exceed 5,000 hours annually so a warranty with a 4,000-hour restriction is worthless. 10. Get a professional in If the budget permits, hire a professional lighting consultant, even it’s only for a basic lighting strategy. They’re worth the investm...

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  • The 10 major trends in LED lighting technology, in addition to the Internet of Things and these

    The 10 major trends in LED lighting technology, in addition to the Internet of Things and these


    The 10 major trends in LED lighting technology, in addition to the Internet of Things and these .. Today, the lighting industry is rapidly developing, constantly innovation, who can grasp the development trend, who can grasp the initiative position. Next, let's look at the 10 trends in lighting technology. 1 Connectivity As LEDs become mainstream, the next frontier of lighting is control. You can call it intelligent or networked, but no matter how you call it, the core is the light that you can control. As we konw, dimmers and sensors have been around for years, but the challenge now is to make them more advanced, to communicate with other devices, and to make sure they are usable. Energy saving is just the beginning, networking lighting is also expected to make us more safer ... 2 Internet of things The term "internet of things" is no longer used to describe computers and smartphones connected to the Internet, but also includes refrigerators, coffee cups, heart monitors and LED lights. Lighting is an ideal network to create IoT services because it already exists on the ceiling of each building, looking down at us, just adding some sensors or cameras and some kind of data connection. 3 New power technology So far, LED lamps usually come with a "driver" that converts the power into a form that can be used by the light source. But now new power technologies are emerging that bring a host of benefits. Drives are often the first component of a lighting system to fail, so some companies have started innovating on the drives. 4 Modified lighting According to "Time Magazine" reported that 2013 is the LED lamp year. This seems like a long time ago. At that time, manufacturers began to wonder what would happen once the market for these fixtures was saturated. Then there are two ways: up or down. Either drive the high-end market by increasing the value of the product (internet connection, color change, etc.) or leave the market altogether. Osram, Philips and Samsung both tried the first option and then chose the second option: Osram is selling its general lighting business, Philips is selling its own big stake, and Samsung is completely pulling out the luminaire. 5 Wireless control Now that everything is wireless, lighting control is no exception. This is particularly attractive for retrofit projects. In addition to the RF system, there is technology such as Powerline Communications, which uses power cords to transfer data to your accessories. Even for a traditional wired control system, the user's control device will become more and more wired like a tablet or cell phone. 7 Healthier lighting Light will affect the efficiency of our work, life and so on. The rise of LEDs means that lighting manufacturers are turning this knowledge into practice, getting simpler and cheaper, and producing health-promoting products that mimic natural light, usually by adjusting brightness and color. 8 Brave to change "LED is not suitable for every application ... ...", this ...

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