Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Dialight Plc LSE:DIA London Ordinary Share GB0033057794 ORD 1.89P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +10.00p +3.23% 320.00p 316.00p 320.00p 324.00p 310.00p 310.00p 50,925 16:29:49
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 169.6 7.4 16.4 19.5 104

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29/4/2014
19:27
Some positive news about DIA:"Dialight Introduces First-Ever Class I, Div. 1 LED High Bays with 10-Year Full Performance WarrantyFarmingdale, N.J., April 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dialight (LSE: DIA), the global leader in LED lighting technology, today unveiled the first-ever Class I, Div. 1 LED SafeSite® High Bays to come with a 10-year full performance warranty. Featuring Dialight's latest world class in-house designed power supply, the SafeSite LED High Bay improvements mark a major step forward in lighting reliability in hazardous area environments. This full performance warranty doubles the industry standard and guarantees a lower total cost of ownership in the most demanding environments with an additional five years of maintenance savings.The high output 14,500 and 11,000 lumen SafeSite Class I, Div. 1 High Bays offer superior illumination and efficiency for oil, gas, chemical, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and other hazardous location rated applications. Unlike other similar fixtures, the entire SafeSite fixture, including the power supply, is covered by a 10-year full performance warranty. "This release once again expands Dialight's industry leading hazardous location product portfolio with a ground-breaking, first-to-market solution," said Roy Burton, Dialight's Group Chief Executive. "This innovative product not only shows Dialight's commitment to constant innovation but also breaks the myth that when it comes to hazardous location lighting one must choose between safety, fixture efficiency and fixture lifetime. This is why Dialight has become the go-to solution for industrial and hazardous certified lighting."The CID1 certified SafeSite High Bays include an integrated power supply with 6kV surge protection, and their light weight and low profile makes for easy installation. With typical mounting heights of 25' the SafeSite LED High Bays represents the ideal retrofit for conventional 400W HID fixtures. The CID1 SafeSite LED High Bays are L70 lifetime rated for more than 100,000 hours and operates in temperatures ranging from -40oC to +65oC with a T4a temperature rating at 65oC.For more information about Dialight's complete line of SafeSite LED lighting solutions for hazardous locations including IES files, LM79 reports and technical datasheets, visit www.dialight.com.About DialightDialight (LSE: DIA) is leading the energy efficient LED lighting revolution around the world for industrial and hazardous areas as well as transportation and infrastructure applications. For 40 years it has been committed to the development of LED lighting solutions that enable organizations to vastly reduce energy use and maintenance needs, improve safety, ease disposal and reduce CO2 emissions. The company is headquartered in the UK with operations in the USA, UK, Denmark, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia and Mexico. www.dialight.comSOURCE Dialight"
bingaxu
28/4/2014
12:45
Nice trade £950k+ trade, are shorts closing Hmm, maybe news coming. Check short positions here hTTp://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=2&ved=0CDUQFjAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fca.org.uk%2Fstatic%2Fdocuments%2Fshort-positions-daily-update.xls&ei=6j5eU4nTMZCM7AbgqIGYCA&usg=AFQjCNGqjFggILDKI40svCy31ini58ZlcA&sig2=4T4_ueNOKHmTa83r2zLUww&bvm=bv.65397613,d.ZGU
beeezzz
18/4/2014
11:00
Spotted LED's on Jersey coming to London over the next 4 years, wonder if DIA are involved and if not why not, what are their salesmen doing, this would be a great advert for the company. hTTp://www.pocket-lint.com/news/128508-led-street-lights-make-jersey-brighter-for-cheaper-rest-of-the-uk-to-follow-starting-in-london
beeezzz
16/4/2014
10:47
All brokers have a buy rating on DIA. Brewin have lowered there price target again, average price target 950p. Ever the optimists broker covering DIA. hTTp://www.wkrb13.com/markets/292473/dialight-plc-receives-buy-rating-from-n1-singer-dia/
beeezzz
16/4/2014
10:47
Yes, beeezzz, no news is potentially good news :)
bones
16/4/2014
10:40
Bones....Totally agree... very little substance there...I suppose if the situation has not altered since last statement they can't say much else. Hopefully some nice juicy orders will come in soon, share price still moving up so mustn't complain. Bing's post is encouraging with regard to the company still investing in new systems and R&D which could influence potential customers.
beeezzz
16/4/2014
10:22
The interim statement is even more like a bag of Walkers crisps than usual, ie full of air and very little content. I suggest they recruit a CFO who can double up as an RNS editor.
bones
13/4/2014
21:05
This is promising...http://www.hazmatmag.com/news/dialight-launches-safesite-integrated-led-obstruction-lighting-system/1003007278/?&er=NA"Dialight launches SafeSite Integrated LED obstruction lighting system 2014-04-10LED lighting technology company Dialight has launched its new Class I Div 2-certified SafeSite Integrated LED Obstruction Lighting System for medium-intensity brightness.Designed for signaling on smokestacks, towers and other obstructions in petrochemical, power generation, pharmaceutical and other hazardous locations, the FAA-approved system includes Dialight's patented CID2-certified SafeSite L-864/L-865 dual red/white flash head, CID2 certified L-810 red side markers, CID1/CID2 integrated power supply/controller and CID2 long-life photocell."Now, for the first time, this complete system combines Dialight's industry-leading signal technology with our own advanced monitoring and control system for added efficiency, reliable integration, simplified procurement and management ease," said Roy Burton, Group Chief Executive of Dialight, in a statement.Dialight's integrated controller is mounted at the base of the structure for easy access and features a dual-certified CID1 and CID2 Groups B, C and D enclosure with real-time data reporting from the lighting system to the controller. Panel-mounted red and green LEDs indicate the system status at a glance, while the enclosed backlit display enables easy event and alarm monitoring and diagnostics. The controller is dual-voltage certified for 120-240V AC or 125V DC operation. A complete dry-contact alarm recording system indicates power and communication failure, sync alarm, white, red and sidelight alarm, plus photocell and day/night mode transition alarms.The long-life photocell is Class I Div 2 certified for Groups B, C and D and provides worry-free dusk-to-dawn operation. The photocell is FAA and UL 773A certified, IP 66 rated, and carries a T4A temperature rating for reliable performance at temperatures ranging from -40°F to +131°F.The system is designed for integration with Dialight's Cloud Server Monitoring System, a smart lighting solution that enables signal monitoring across multiple towers and multiple sites from anywhere through a single web-based management console. The system provides real-time status for each signal and site including energy consumption, light output, temperature monitoring and other operational data. The open architecture of the Dialight controller and cloud monitoring system allows for future feature expansion, additional data collection and integration of other devices.The system is covered by Dialight's five-year full-performance warranty."
bingaxu
09/4/2014
23:36
Governance for Owners LLP has increased their shares holding from 3.01% to 4%.
bingaxu
31/3/2014
11:12
900p seems to be the resistance level at the moment, although Fridays close suggests lower. Resistance 2....885.2 Resistance 1....882.7 Closing price....881.5 Support 1.......880.2 Support 2.......878.8
beeezzz
19/3/2014
10:56
Wyle....Back above 900p which is nice, obviously overhang gone now, short of stock again with only very small trades so far, low volume too.
beeezzz
10/3/2014
10:44
Jeffian....Thanks, I don't disagree with your analysis, what always plays on my mind is the fact Dia are a small company compared with say Cree, with the size of market for LED lighting they only need a small slice to make a greater impact on share price than say Cree or philips. However the competition is increasing. HTTp://www.thornlighting.co.uk/en-gb
beeezzz
09/3/2014
23:23
Hi beeezzz, Yes, I'm still watching and interested to see the recovery but, as you say I keep repeating, it is all in the price. The recent bounceback to 900+ assumes that this was all a hiccup and growth will return to previous levels so there is no room for any disappointment in performance. The key thing for me is to see that growth has returned to the main 'driver' of the business - Lighting - and as I keep pointing out, growth there stalled from 70% in H1 to nothing in the final 2 months.
jeffian
08/3/2014
12:23
WyleCoyote.....I'm a realist, nothing in technology stands still, you have to be on the ball all the time, with new competitors, technologies and market conditions. Due to very few shares in free float when brokers need to fill a larger order they have to push the share price up to attract sellers, once that order is filled the share price declines as an over shoot from the rapid rise. Also P/E gets a bit over rated as Jeff keeps alluding to. sharw...Thanks for that info, what was nice to see they are continuing too invest in R&D with 13 new patents;
beeezzz
07/3/2014
17:00
Beeezzz, I thought you were bullish here?
wylecoyote
07/3/2014
16:33
Well they pushed the share price to 930p to encourage some selling now order filled, can see this going back below 900p
beeezzz
06/3/2014
12:38
Got some at 8.56 the other day... Target 1050p...come on...good strong and steady rise. It will probably drop now.
wylecoyote
06/3/2014
11:31
Back above £9 shorts slowly melting away in the Spring sunshine. Addison.. My advice is check the market size for dialight LED's and you will see even a small slice of this would impact on what is a small niche player in the LED market place.
beeezzz
05/3/2014
09:33
Back to DIA if we can please chaps. It has been on my sell list for a while now, however recent results suggest otherwise ( sorry for the delay been away ) Underlying profit £14.5M - down, but as previously stated. Lighting revenues up by 51% - very nice Lighting segment profit up 31% - not bad Do we think that the worst has now been priced in and that the share price will head back to previous high levels. Comments would be appreciated. Small stock holder here for a while but still in profit.
addison17
04/3/2014
17:53
Wyle...Only if it is your main source of income in other words your job.
beeezzz
04/3/2014
17:12
Itchy, thanks for the clarification. I think what you are saying that as it doesn't come under capital gains, it becomes taxable within your Income tax allowances?
wylecoyote
04/3/2014
16:19
IC... Well who does understand the Stock market even the so called experts get it wrong, which I imagine you consider yourself in that bracket, and what's an icome is that similar to an iPhone iTablet Ha Ha................. Well thanks for putting me right on your tax situation, I'm still of the opinion that spread betting is tax free as mention earlier. As for shorting I don't do it on principle as it stinks just like the people that do do it. Anyway I must go the P.E. Teacher has just poked her head round the door and asked if I could rub some ointment into her !!!!!!!!!!! ,,,,,catch ya later.
beeezzz
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