Sunceco is exhibiting at this year’s Light & Building international trade fair for lighting and building services technologies. The focus will be placed on solar LED lights that combine solar and LED technology with innovative management software enabling video monitoring, solar and battery control and dimming control. The best quality components such as Grade A Lithium iron phosphate solar battery with lifespan of 8 years, Bridgelux LED chip and built-in LED driver are the guarantees for safe operation with unchanged performance during minimum 50,000 hours. Due to its characteristics – illumination time and available power range of LED chips, Sunceco solar LED lights fully satisfy the lighting requirements for public areas, local roads and residential areas.

Smart lighting is today an important contribution to energy saving. According to the Working Group on Energy Balances some 13% of electricity consumption in Germany goes on lighting. With energy savings of up to 80%, LED luminaires offer a huge potential compared to conventional lighting systems. Moreover, their light temperature and color can be adjusted to suit individual requirements. In this way, smart LED luminaires can be used to increase well-being and productivity. Tomorrow’s challenges, such as urbanization and climate change, can only be met with innovative ideas and approaches. An intensive exchange of information between everybody involved is essential if we are to get beyond individual measures and pilot projects.

Light & Building, the world’s leading trade fair for the sector in Frankfurt am Main from 27 September  to 2 October, is the ideal platform for discussing concepts relating to building automation, the smart city, intelligent neighborhood and energy management, progressive e-charging infrastructure and connected safety and security.

The participation at the fair is part of the project “Internationalization  of Business – A Window to the World”. The project is co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund, under the Competitiveness and Cohesion Operational Program.