As a high-profile industry event, 2016 Australia E-Power and Lighting Exhibition will be held in Melbourne Exhibition Centre.On the occasion, the organizers will invite the Australian National Electricity and Telecommunications Association (NECA), the Australian Energy Market Authority (AEMO), and responsible members of the Australian Lighting Industry Association (ALIA) and other agencies involved in the exhibition, to held forums and display products. 2015 Australian E-Power and Lighting Fair attracted nearly 100 exhibitors and over 1200 audiences from 15 countries, including Germany, Japan, New Zealand, India and China etc. Taking place concurrently with Solar 2016 Conference and Exhibition, the exhibition scale of 2016 E-Power & Lighting has been further expanded, and also increase new lighting theme.This will be able to attract more exhibitors from around the world. E-Power & Lighting is a good platform for the Chinese enterprises to enter the market in Australia and New Zealand.
By then, Shenzhen King Watt Opto-electronics Co.,Ltd (KWT)will bring the LED Track light 8W-56W, LED downlight 3W-100W, PAR30-30W（Without Power Fan) to the exhibition at L13. KWT is located in Shenzhen, a city focus on quality, service and innovation. 10 years experience in led lighting filed since 2006. R&D team of optical experts, structure designers and electronic engineers have work experience in international famous lighting enterprises. Adopt top brand original Citizen COB chip and Samsung SMD chip as led source. KWT driver, designed and produced by KWT, use the components from world famous suppliers, such as TI, ST, Fairchild, Maxim, Rubycon and Nippon Chemi-con etc, to achieve stable standard and brilliant quality. With constantly innovative research and development, comprehensive LED commercial lighting products and excellent product quality, KWT will allow visitors to fully appreciate the charm of great brand as high-end commercial led lighting experts.
Date: 28-29th June, 2016
Booth No.: L13
Address: Melbourne Exhibition Centre