In this online training we will show you the easiest way to renovate a lighting installation and get it up and running in no time at all – it’s really simple with HubSense. We will show you our Ecosytem functionalities, the portfolio and reference cases.
Due to a technical issue (on 20.05.) we will present the online training again. If you were already registered, please register again.
Elevate your light management to an entirely new level and implement cutting-edge LED systems – with the new, DALI-2-certified DALI PRO 2 IoT controller. You do not even have to download any software. Thanks to the integrated Commissioning app and the WLAN connection via QR code on the device, commissioning takes almost no time at all. All you need is a smartphone or a tablet. Learn more about DALI PRO 2 IoT in our online training.
Brilliant and homogeneous lighting design, particularly for outdoor applications
With GINOLED Flex DIFFUSE Side and Top White, you can realize seamless diffuse light lines for indoor and outdoor applications. These super-slim LED strips even fit into very small profiles, light coves and channels. They combine high light quality and homogeneity with robustness and durability.
The songbirds fall silent, flowers close their leaves, it gets noticeably colder and usually nocturnal animals suddenly come out of their hiding places in the middle of the day. In addition, the sky changes color: First, it appears almost lead-gray, then orange-yellow to reddish, finally dark blue: A solar eclipse is one of the most impressive natural phenomena that a human being can experience with the naked eye.
But wait ... with the naked eye? Isn't there an urgent warning against looking at a solar eclipse with unprotected eyes because this can blind you? And is that even true at all? Question: Can one really go blind when looking at a solar eclipse with unprotected eyes?
a) Yes, because during a solar eclipse the remaining sunrays are bundled particularly strongly.
b) No, the eye has a natural protective mechanism on the retina that is activated by excessive radiation.
c) Yes, because the natural protective reflexes (shrinking of the pupils, squinting of the eyes) do not occur.
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