Lux two-minute explainer: Flicker

Lux two-minute explainer: Flicker

Flicker is something that used to happen. Electronics saved us from fluorescent lamp flicker, but it's letting us down when it comes to some LEDs.

12 things we learned at Emergency Lighting 2016

12 things we learned at Emergency Lighting 2016

Take a room full of industry professionals and get them talking about all the issues that exercise them. How could there possibly be a better way to spend a day? The Lux Emergency Lighting Conference 2016 was held at the Cavendish Conference Centre, London on Thursday 25th February.

When Lux interviews go bad...

Watch what happens when our crack team of reporters don't exactly follow the script. Lux Today for 22 December 2015 presented by Courtney Ferguson. 

Don’t miss the Lux 2016 webinar series

Don’t miss the Lux 2016 webinar series

Lux has stepped up its programme of webinars for 2016, offering something for everyone, from hot topics such as the Internet of Things and human-centric lighting, through to lighting for specific applications such as rail, schools and prisons. There’s even a session on how to light for bats.

Sylvania to be sold to the Chinese

Sylvania to be sold to the Chinese

Havells India is to sell an 80% stake in Sylvania to Shanghai Feilo Acoustics Co Limited, a listed company on the Shanghai Stock Exchange. State-owned Inesa is one of Feilo’s key shareholders. 

Moseley RFC kicks off with new facilities and indoor bowls arena

Moseley RFC kicks off with new facilities and indoor bowls arena

Greene King IPA Championship side, Moseley Rugby Football Club, has unveiled its new first-class facilities at Billesley Common. The sports facility now boasts state-of-the-art lighting throughout its newly-built grandstand, hospitality complex and indoor bowls rink.

Riegens sold to SG Armaturen from Norway

Riegens sold to SG Armaturen from Norway

Norwegian company SG Armaturen has bought Danish lighting firm Riegens from owners Erhvervsinvest. The parties have agreed not to disclose the purchase price.

Li-Fi race speeds up

Li-Fi race speeds up

Tech start-up company Velmenni has used Li-Fi-enabled lamps to transmit data at speeds of 1Gbps. Laboratory tests have shown theoretical speeds of up to 224Gbps.