LED Group exhibited at the 17th Hong Kong Lighting Fair in October, showcasing to current and potential international buyers who had the opportunity to get acquainted the LED lighting family who are growing globally- ROBUS!
ROBUS were positioned in The Hall of Aurora which provides an elegant space for branded collections of high quality lighting fixtures. With an increasingly affluent and sophisticated consumer base, such lighting is highly desirable as interior designers, architects, as well as fashion-forward retailers, look for new and trendy lighting here. Underlining their commitment to delivering continuous innovation in LED lighting, ROBUS showcased the new TRIUMPH ACTIVATE at the lighting fair.
The ROBUS TRIUMPH ACTIVATE is the first true driver-on-board fire rated dimmable downlight on the lighting market. The Triumph Activate 8W IP65 LED downlight provides the best of today’s state of the art technology combining driver on board and chip on board combination. Available in Cool White and Warm White, the high specification of the ROBUS TRIUMPH ACTIVATE makes it the downlight of choice, outperforming all current LED downlights in its class.
The other stand out products of the ROBUS range were the extensive range of LED Linear Fittings with exciting new innovations to the range such as the new ROUBS SCHOLAR, SULTAN and CAESAR Battens.
Designed for demanding commercial or domestic applications, the ROBUS CAESAR is the ultimate energy saving, IP20 LED Linear Batten providing an equally illumination pattern. The CAESAR range is available in 3 luminaire lengths (4FT, 5FT, 6FT) ideal for both new installations and retro fit applications. Available in standard and emergency, the simple 2 part housing facilitates quick and simple installation. With a long LED life and no lamps to change significantly reduce maintenance costs, particularly in 24/7 operations and inaccessible areas.
The ROBUS SCHOLAR is available in 50W and 60W surface or suspension mount IP20 led batten replaces standard 2 x 36W or 2 x 58W T8 fluorescent battens. With an attractive and pleasing aesthetic they will make significant energy savings of around 40% and provide an exceptionally long service life, without the high costs associated with traditional tube changes and labour.
The four-day Lighting Fair welcomed over 40,000 buyers from 135 countries and regions who visited over 2,500 exhibitors from around the world including LED Group.