The possibilities are now great when it comes to finding lighting solutions where it is possible to flexibly vary settings in, for example, color temperature, light flow or diffusion angle. Both when it comes to indoor and outdoor luminaires, there are now several variants to offer. We asked our product assistant and lighting expert Marie Brämberg-Strandklev how she sees the new trend.
- What we are seeing right now is a technology development that is very exciting, and it has only just begun. For example, look at our new 3-phase spot Moxie, where you can adjust most things yourself and as it suits your installation environment. For example, you can vary the luminous flux between 1500 - 1770 lumens, the color temperature from 3000, 4000 to 6000 Kelvin and the scattering angle between 15-50 degrees. This provides opportunities to test the settings and screw in place to optimize the light image.
Several types of luminaires – also for outdoor environments
Also, for outdoor environments, there are several luminaire types with built-in light flexibility.
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A type of fire protection that is now starting to gain more market share is wireless fire alarms. In Sweden, the wired fire alarms still make up a clear majority of sales, but interest is now growing in the wireless variants. Security today is very high and there is no longer as much difference in total cost compared to a wired system. A modern wireless fire alarm also has a significantly faster installation time than the wired variants, which is a big advantage.
Since the start in the fall of 1983, KAMIC has grown from a small company to part of a large group. Many years have passed and a lot of water has flown under the bridges - the workforce has increased by hundreds of percent, turnover as well. KAMIC has worked its way up to become a respected name in the industry. We are now celebrating 40 years as a company where commitment and development continue unabated.
In order to streamline and strengthen the sales side and the service unit, we have implemented some changes in these areas from June 1. New service technician in the service unit is Danijel Kuljanin, Sollentuna. Danijel has a long background in the field of electricity and automation and comes most recently from a multi-year...
The development of the range of luminaires with so-called built-in light flexibility continues. Right now you will find several new luminaires in the outdoor range where you can adjust the color temperature between warm or cool white light with a switch function, directly in the luminaire. A welcome solution when you, for example, want to test light in different areas or mounting locations.
We continue to work on strengthening within the various business areas. Newly hired buyer from March 13 is Linnea Johansson, Hammarö. Linnea, who has a degree in economics and law, comes from a similar role at Rydahls Bromsbandfabrik in Karlstad, where she worked for the past seven years.
Let's introduce some new (and old) faces on the Kamic deck that will now further strengthen our sales team. From left: Viktor Wikstrand, who from 1 February will take up a position as a new salesperson at the Stockholm office and will be responsible for the southern part of the district as well as Östergötland.
The organization Belysningsbranschen and the working group Safety through Emergency Lighting (FSN) have on several occasions carried out studies on how the situation looks in public buildings when it comes to emergency lighting. The studies have been about looking more closely at whether the emergency lighting works and whether the supervision of property owners and authorities has been satisfactory. The results of the surveys have been disappointing. (3 minutes reading).
The organization Belysningsbranschen and the working group Safety through Emergency Lighting (FSN) have on several occasions carried out studies on how the situation looks in public buildings when it comes to emergency lighting. The studies have been about looking more closely at whether the emergency lighting works and whether the supervision of property owners and authorities has been satisfactory. The results of the surveys have been disappointing.