The demand for energy efficiency and optimised lighting has resulted in customised LED solutions being developed for every industry and application. Supermarket illumination and specifically aisle illumination have until recently been accomplished entirely with the use of linear fluorescent luminaires. These have been developed over decades to result in optimised high performing solutions which use around 60W/m and produce 3740lm/m. This equates to 63lm/W and produces around 680lx on the floor and 480lx on the shelves (for a 3.6m mounting height and 2m aisle width, 0.8MF).
We are looking for a Production Manager to join our highly capable engineering team and run our production facility in Observatory, Cape Town. If you are passionate about process improvement, have great attention to detail and can supervise and manage factory staff, then perhaps this role could be for you. 
Track lights are well suited for accent and display lighting applications or when a directional task light is needed. They are versatile, allowing flexibility in sizing, placement, and fixture styles. Track lights can be aimed at any product displays, countertops, walls, or other room features as needed, making them extremely useful for future store renovations or rearrangements.
Terms like L70, B10, F10 @ 60,000 hrs are often quoted in specifications but what do all these terms mean? Furthermore are the methods used to measure them standardised and universally adopted? In order to answer these questions, we need to look at how these figures are derived.  LED Lifetime The lifetime data that we receive for LEDs from the manufacturers is generated by the combination of two standardised processes developed by the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES): an experimental measurement (IES LM-80-08) and a mathematical prediction (IES TM-21-11). A sample quantity of LEDs is tested to the LM-80 standard to…
Woolworths’ vision to be the most sustainable retailer in the Southern Hemisphere is driven by a combination of focus areas, one of which is to increase energy efficiency in their operations and shift to renewable energy sources. Signage lighting is often required to run for 24hrs a day, attracting customers at night and maintaining a marketing presence in the community afterhours. Our high quality LED light lines are capable of producing in excess of 100 lumens per watt, meaning they will produce a great deal of light while using very little power. This translates to much lower monthly energy bills,…
LEDwise is looking for a Technical Sales Manager to work closely with our distributors and end clients to promote our LED products for projects and for new business opportunities.    The successful applicant will need to be technically strong and ideally have LED and lighting industry experience with a proven track record of success in specification work and sales. 
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