Megaman will be at the Hong Kong International Lighting Fair from the 27th to 30th October. The company will showcase a range of new features from its INGENIUM® ZB smart lighting solution as well as its latest TECOH® light engines and modules. Fred Bass, Director of Neonlight the Brand Owner of Megaman, will also be speaking at the event on the implementation of a new CRI measuring standard.
At the world-renowned event, Megaman will preview a variety of new features from its INGENIUM® ZB system. Visitors to the stand will be able to try out the scalable smart lighting solution, which works with ZigBee® technology. Ideal for new and retrofit applications, users have full control of their lighting whilst at home or when out via a mobile or tablet device.
Also on display will be a variety of fully functional TECOH® components, which follow Zhaga specifications where available. The range features socketable and non-socketable solutions, with integrated LED Light Engine (LLE) or non-integrated (module) electronic driver options. The components are available in different shapes, sizes and lumen packages to ensure compatibility with Megaman LED technology.
Megaman’s most popular indoor and outdoor LED luminaires will also be featured on the stand including the Ensio LED Floodlight. The Ensio is available in both symmetrical and asymmetrical beam distribution – essential for where the floodlight is mounted close to an object that requires illumination.
Also featured on the stand will be the Marco Integrated LED Tracklight that can be fitted with a range of accessories including an interchangeable reflector for 25o or 45o allowing for flexibility on site. Megaman’s Slim Linear Profile fixture Gabio will also be showcased. Providing a unique signature aesthetic, Gabio creates a continuous line of light thanks to the inclusion of individual louvre cells within the junctions.
Finally, Fred Bass, Director of Neonlite the Brand Owner of Megaman will be speaking at the event on the 27th October at 15.00pm‘will cover the benefits of a new CRI measuring standard that will allow a better understanding of human perception of colour and preferences under artificial light.