If you’ve recently strayed into the world of horticultural lighting then it is likely that you’ve found yourself immersed in an entirely new alphabet soup. Lux's green-fingered applications editor, John Bullock, sets out to bust through the photosynthetic lexicon for the sake of all you horticulture newbies.
Handrail lighting has come of age as a consequence of the LED revolution. All large estate organisations need to ensure safety of movement on stairs and ramps inside and outside of their buildings. But the traditional solutions of lighting mounted at high level are becoming increasingly costly to maintain. A light source that combines low energy, low heat output, small physical size and with a long operating life answers many of the demands of the facilities and estate manages who look after these installations.
John Bullock, the esteemed chair of Lux's recent Lighting for Horticulture Conference in Eindhoven, takes a look back at the event and considers what was learnt from a day full of discussions.
Just what is the story with emergency lighting in the home? Lux's applications editor, John Bullock, investigates in our latest Q&A of the day.