Hamilton’s LEDstat continues its journey of success with another award nomination. This innovative new product, recently launched by Hamilton and already nominated for an Electrical Industry Award, has now caught the eye of the Lux Award judges and been shortlisted as a finalist in the ‘Controls Innovation of the Year’ category. After dozens of site visits and product demos, the panel of judges has finally whittled down this year’s Lux Awards entries to the very best projects and the most exciting technology innovations in the lighting sector.
Ian Hamilton, Managing Director of Hamilton Litestat comments: “This is tremendous news. Industry reaction to LEDstat has been highly positive both in the UK and Overseas so we had high hopes when we entered LEDstat for the awards but we know they are always hotly contested. We are constantly reviewing and improving our product range and innovation is important to us. Also, research and development is a big part of what we do so we couldn’t be more delighted.”
Hamilton’s LEDstat dimmer joins a line-up of just 3 finalists named in this year’s ‘Controls Innovation of the Year’ category. Recently launched by Hamilton, LEDstat has been developed to address the common industry problem faced by installers of compatibility issues between LEDs and conventional dimmers. The intelligent dimmer’s sophisticated microprocessor analyses connected LEDs and determines the best dimming curve necessary to achieve maximum performance, i.e. smooth and flicker-free control when using either same or mixed branded LEDs. LEDstat also emits no mains noise or acoustic noise when in operation…the definitive case for being seen but not heard!
The Lux Awards encompass 16 categories and many of the innovations featured in the shortlist will be on show at LuxLive on 19-20 November, ExCeL, London.
The winners in each category will be announced at the Lux Awards ceremony at the stunning Troxy in East London on 20 November 2014.
Why not check LEDstat out for yourself by visiting the Hamilton stand: B42.
Contact Hamilton Litestat via their website for more details.