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LED lighting is gaining wider acceptance among global users for its quality and cost efficiency, not to mention the average LED lasts 40 times as long as the average incandescent bulb. LED lighting technology is already 40% of the total lighting market and is forecasted to reach about 61% of the total lighting market by 2020.

As an industry that falls under the ever-widening umbrella of the Internet of Things, smart control and connectivity are transforming the way people view lighting and electrical appliances.

Even including LED systems that can share ethernet based network switches for easy plug and play installations.

Lighting and ElectricalSome of the types of products we have supported our lighting and electrical client’s manufacture include:

  • Switchboards, relays and industrial controls
  • Dimmers and dimming control systems
  • Automated control systems including valves, actuators, sensors, thermostats and airflow measuring components
  • Demultiplexers and converters
  • Smart sensors
  • LED drivers and power supplies
  • Receptacle plates, modules and station adaptors
  • Motors, generators and transformers
  • Residential and commercial lighting fixtures
  • Sensors, thermostats, airflow measuring
  • Refrigeration control systems
  • HVAC, ventilation and fume hood equipment and controls
  • Fire detection and suppression systems
Lighting

How August can help

August’s capabilities, knowledge, experience and insights across many converging industries offer you unique value through our manufacturing solutions that support your hardware and software developments across lighting fixtures, smart bulbs and lamps, and various electrical equipment needs.

As your strategic contract electronic manufacturing partner, we offer you efficient alternative to working with multiple vendors for your intelligent lighting and electrical equipment solutions. Our full turn key manufacturing solutions are flexible and adaptable to your product’s requirements.

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