Monthly Archives for August 2014

The handshake project

Singapore, 28th August 2014 We get new projects in many different ways. Most of our projects come through referrals, which we find really beneficial as we are obviously recommended by others to potential clients looking for a professional lighting designer. … Continue reading

28. August 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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Is the dimmer specialist always right?

Singapore, 27th August 2014 I keep on talking about this issue as it has really dominated this week’s proceedings. Inevitably it came to a head collision today during the site meeting as the cat came out of the bag. Only … Continue reading

27. August 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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Perceived versus measured light

Singapore, 26th August 2014 One of the great misunderstandings when it comes to appreciating dimming and the dimmed lighting effect is that there is a difference between the visible appreciation of light and the actual measured output. Heaps of studies … Continue reading

26. August 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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Leading or trailing?

Singapore, 25th August 2014 And it keeps going on…It seems the so called dimming specialists don’t really know what to do either! I have been studying the LED dimming technology a bit the last few days as I have come … Continue reading

25. August 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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The LED dimming saga

Singapore, 22nd August 2014 The saga related to LED dimming problems keeps on going. I think that by now we can safely say that E27/ E14 based LED lamps cannot be dimmed by commercial dimming systems. At least not properly … Continue reading

22. August 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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The change of China

Hong Kong, 21st August 2014 As I am still in Chinese territory I may as well continue on how I perceive life in Asia and in China particularly. As followers from my blog will now I am regularly in China/ … Continue reading

21. August 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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The rise of China

Guangzhou, 20th August 2014 I am in Guangzhou today to personally meet a potential lighting and dimming manufacturer that we plan to use in one of our China projects. I had an initial meeting with them about a month ago … Continue reading

21. August 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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LED retrofit and dimming

Singapore, 19th August 2014 After a full day of meetings and travel back to Singapore I did not have enough energy to sit down and write my blog last night. I think that after more than 1100 daily blogs (!) … Continue reading

19. August 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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Keeping up with technology

Perth, 15th August 2014 It has been a subject from time to time in my blog and I guess the older you get somehow the further you feel distanced from today’s technology. I try to embrace it as much as … Continue reading

15. August 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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Photo shoot

Perth, 14th August 2014 When it comes to being in the “lime light” I have different feelings. I happily get on a stage to share my expertise and experience through my seminars and guest speaking, I do that regularly and … Continue reading

14. August 2014 by Martin Klaasen
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