LED lighting specialist SAled Australia is bringing its latest illumination solutions to PrintEx19 in Sydney, including LED modules for signage, shopfitting and commercial fitout applications.
“Evolving technology is constantly driving up the quality of lighting products while pushing costs downwards, giving those who are looking for outstanding solutions for signage, displays, shop fitting and other similar applications a wide range of choice,” said managing director Ryan Byun.
|Ryan Byun, MD SAled|
Byun has only recently finalised preparations for the company’s PrintEx stand and says, with all the recent developments in LED technology, it’s shaping up to be an exciting show.
A trip to the SAled website demonstrates his point, with names like Samsung, LG, NC, GOQ, MeanWell, BSW-Tech, OSRAM, German Steel Engineering, Wago and 3M, all represented in a range of solutions that includes premium LED modules for various signage applications, as well as a range of Philips LED specialist products for home, office and factory.
The company supplies more than 80 different LED module types, from back lit, side lit and strip LED systems and more. It also carries power supply units from MeanWell, Osram and BSW-Tech, along with a complete range of accessories including tin coated wire in 16/18/22G, soldering ire, and Wago/3M connectors, to heat shrink tube and wire strippers.
It’s the signage solutions, however, that will take centre stage at the Sydney Showground, with Byun highlighting new products which have recently hit the SAled website.
“We’ll be demonstrating a range of illuminated solutions for the ever-popular LED modules and of course we’ll also have our experienced team members on hand to discuss the latest advances and answer any technical questions,” he said. “A likely show-stopper is our purpose-built LED Demonstrator Case, which allows you to compare LED power usage with that of conventional lighting products, to actually see the dollar savings generated by LED – seeing is believing!”
LED’s easy maintenance and low operating costs are the real drawcards for LED technology, he said.
“People are recognising the excellent quality and value they’re getting for their lighting dollar with the opal acrylic and larger Flex Face units, and that recognition is also driving refurbishments of fluorescent lightboxes, which can be quickly and easily converted by tweaking the existing framework and using reflective surfaces, together with clever solutions like the side lit and back lit modules.”
SAled’s products are distributed nationwide as well as overseas, from its headquarters at Acacia Ridge in Brisbane.
“LED is still a relatively young industry in this region,” Byun said. “it has only been around for a bit over a decade, but our experience in the signage industry is more than double that. We have the knowledge necessary to help our clients select the right systems to deliver the best illumination and value for money.
“There’s still plenty more to come in this exciting field as technology never stops improving and we are looking forward to demonstrating this on our stand at PrintEx 19, and to introducing our exciting range of LED solutions to the illuminated signage businesses from around Australia who visit the show.”
SAled Australia will be on Stand J35 at PrintEx19, which will be held at the Sydney Showground, Sydney Olympic Park, from 13-16 August.
To register, go to http://bit.ly/RegisterforPrintEx