Paris, November 24, 2014. Easy, innovative, long-lasting. Such is the lighting that will go on display at this year's Salon des Maires et des Collectivités Locales when HELLA intends to present on a 36-square-meter-large stand its exciting LED lighting concepts, which have been specifically tailor-made to suit urban requirements. HELLA LED lights combine superlative optical standards with first-class energy efficiency. During this exhibition, which will be staged from November 25-27, 2014 (in Hall 3 on Stand G62), the company's product presentation will be focusing primarily on innovations such as the improved Eco module boasting 2,500 lumens and also the innovational Eco Circle module designed to facilitate conversion of existing decorative lights to LED technology. Furthermore the product family of Eco StreetLine, already established on the market, will also be putting in an appearance here.
The hugely diversified product family known as Eco StreetLine, which succeeds in creating street lighting that is modern, energy-saving and in line with modern traffic scenarios, takes center stage in HELLA's display. With the models named Park, Twin, Case, Square, Slim and Slim Twin, this product family includes six types of light, all of which ensure homogeneous illumination of paths, streets, squares and industrial plants in accordance with each model's relevant and specific orientation. Consequently these models are able to provide for approximately 80 percent of outdoor lighting situations. And it is not only the name that is the common thread running through these lighting solutions but also the wealth of unique advantages that link them together.
Eco StreetLine symbolizes a modular lighting concept that is able to cover basic technical lighting in its entirety by using only one single module, which can be implemented in a variety of ways. Simply by using different optics for the focusing of light, all manner of illumination can be optimally adjusted to suit each individual situation with the result that light is channeled only into an area where it is actually needed. And thanks to the easy plug-and-play system, maintenance and replacement of modules can be carried out easily at all times. Moreover, when replacements are carried out, only the very latest generation of modules is used so lighting always remains state-of-the-art. Another bonus can be found in the multiple advantages of LED technology, which boasts a high level of energy efficiency and, with a service life of more than 50,000 hours, is particularly long-lasting. The result is that energy consumption can be reduced by up to 70 percent while maintenance and repair costs are similarly minimized. HELLA is a reliable supplier of LED technology and promises availability of spare parts for a period of 20 years. A five-year guarantee is also given with all LED modules.
Yet another exhibition highlight to come from HELLA is the new LED module called Eco Circle, an energy-efficient product innovation designed for decorative street lighting. The Eco Circle module meets all of today's requirements easily and exactly and also enables older ornamental lamps to be brought up to standards necessary for 21st century lighting. For it is very often these older lamp models which eat up energy and then give off high levels of CO2 emissions. Not only is this onerous for the budgets of cities and municipalities but it also places a burden on nature and climate. The Eco Circle module allows old illumination systems to be easily replaced. This means that Eco Circle is the ideal solution for the retrofitting of existing ornamental lamps situated on stylish squares and streets.
The Salon des Maires et des Collectivités Locales is the only national event in France whose target group succeeds in uniting all the important parties involved in regional public institutions. Consequently the Salon des Maires is the most important French trade fair for regional public procurement purposes. So it comes as no surprise that this exhibition will revolve around the two main issues of "Town Planning" and "Environment & Energy".