Ahead of Diwali, LED Expo announces new records

With the festival of lights around the corner, LED Expo hints at growing LED adoption in India and announces a sold-out show. India’s only exhibition for LED Lights and technology is all set to enter its 21st edition, scheduled to be held from 14 – 16 November 2019 at India Expo Centre & Mart, Greater Noida. The Record-breaking edition will feature 350 exhibitors with eight international contingents. The Future Zone at LED Expo will highlight innovative solutions that have potential to take LED lighting solutions to the next level. The Government’s announcement of installing 2.1 lakh LED street lights in Delhi* is a clear indication that the state capital has joined India’s LED revolution in full force. The growing need for LED technologies has also resulted in a sold-out edition for LED Expo New Delhi 2019 once again with 350 exhibitors from nine contingents including India. The show, now in its 21st edition, features exclusive pavilions from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan along with other countries like Finland, Italy, Japan, Korea and the UAE displaying a massive 25% surge in space and 24% increase in international participating companies. Companies like Tata Communications, Osram Opto Semiconductor, MLS India, Millennium Semiconductor, Juki India, Cresent Opto Ahmedabad, Glow Green, Componix India, Edison Opto, S R Electro, and Murli lights will be some of the major players at the show.

“Ahead of the Diwali, the demand and use of LED lights has witnessed a surge with a variety of attractive and eco-friendly options flooding the markets. The main push is that LED lights are not only eco-friendly, but also consume less electric power making them pocket-friendly for consumers. From decorative LED lanterns to colour-changing LED strips and string lights, LEDs provide immense possibilities to experiment with lighting design and make it a safe and green Diwali.” –  Mr Raj Manek, Executive Director and Board Member of Messe Frankfurt Asia Holding Ltd

There’s a lot one can do with LEDs and a vast majority of consumers are now gaining awareness of the comfort smart lighting technologies can provide along with being eco-friendly and energy saving.A host of these new innovations will be on display at an exclusive ‘Future Zone’ at the up-coming edition of LED Expo New Delhi 2019 including: Some of the latest innovations to be displayed include: Smart lighting solutions that optimises street  lighting, conserves energy and enables two-way communication between street lights and the command centre, giving organisations unified control of widely distributed street lights by Tata Communications

–       First time in India, launch of auto clean solar street light and smart solar charge controllers with dual output and IR, RD remote operation by Jar Lights India –       Launch of IoT smart lighting solutions called “Ecoearth Neo” and smart Wi-Fi bulbs that can be operated by google home and Amazon Echo by EcoEarth Electric Ltd –       Launch of BLDC celling fan solution with LED night lamp that can save more than 65% of energy by Semiconic Devices –       Launch of advanced technology AC-DC such as Inverter bulb, Flicker free and motion sensor based products by Chetna Electronics Pvt Ltd.-       Launch of SmartDriver as an intelligent control unit and flicker-free lights for healthy and fatigue-free working with 60% time savings on installation and commissioning and up to 70% energy saving potential by ESYLUX Asia Ltd-       Launch of 125 Lm/Watt 120V/277V IP66 fixture with built in junction box that can replace existing well glass fixture and is suitable for cooking area, food industry, cold storage, tunnel, mining industry, agriculture industry, construction industry and other hazardous areas by Overdrive Electronics Pvt Ltd Organised by Messe Frankfurt Trade Fairs India, this will be the ideal ground for LED manufacturers and lighting designers to learn more about the transformative potential of LEDs.

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RUHI Sheikh

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