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
  +0.00p +0.00% 342.00p 335.00p 349.00p - - - 0 12:02:03
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Electronic & Electrical Equipment 169.6 7.4 16.4 20.9 111

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14/5/2014
17:01
Not sure about the price target on this broker note, it says hold with price target of 650p who in there right mind in going to hold they need a good kicking. hTTp://www.lulegacy.com/2014/05/14/kempen-co-reiterates-hold-rating-for-dialight-plc-dia/
beeezzz
14/5/2014
07:44
Dialight's New LED Flood Light Family Receives DesignLights® Consortium Qualificationhttp://www.dialight.com/News/Details/dialight_flood_lights_now_dlc_qualified
bingaxu
12/5/2014
17:29
Looks like they paid 955p for them, disappointment of orders either lost or deferred is still holding the share price back, until some of these orders are placed that is, then we should see some upward movement.
beeezzz
12/5/2014
16:00
Generation Investment Management LLP has increased their holding to above 13%.
bingaxu
08/5/2014
19:53
More news about DIA:"Dialight Launches World's First Hazardous Area Rated LED Fixture with Integrated Advanced Wireless ControlsFARMINGDALE, N.J., May 8, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Dialight (LSE: DIA.L), the innovative global leader in LED lighting technology, today introduced the world's first Class I Div 2 certified LED lighting system featuring advanced integrated wireless controls. The new SafeSite® High Bay with Wireless Control system offers a simple and secure touch-screen management interface that provides maximum lighting control and energy efficiency for both indoor and outdoor hazardous applications, such as refineries, drilling platforms, chemical and power generation facilities.The system combines Dialight SafeSite LED technology with a powerful yet simple-to-use touchscreen wall controller that is ETL certified to UL standards. Up to 100 fixtures can be networked onto a single controller and banked by aisle, room or other configurations for zonal control. By implementing the system, facilities can eliminate the need to keep lights burning 24/7 to avoid the lengthy warm-up period and wear-and-tear of repeated on/off operation on conventional fixtures. Facilities also gain independent control of lights, including those that are tied to circuits and switches for other equipment."This system is the culmination of Dialight's industry-leading legacy of integrating LED and control technology to provide the most advanced and most efficient lighting solution of its kind," said Roy Burton, Dialight's Group Chief Executive. "Our non-hazardous DuroSite version has already been extremely successful for leading auto and food manufacturers. Now we're expanding our portfolio to offer this next-generation technology for hazloc applications."The intuitive wall controller provides full control over all networked fixtures with:manual and remote on/off and dimming capability,fully automatic scheduling for on/off and dimming, including the ability to set daily profiles for a truly customized lighting program,integrated occupancy sensors to automatically override scheduled off or dim state when someone enters the area,ambient light sensors to harvest daylight, automatically dimming the fixtures when light through windows or skylights provide sufficient illumination,remote access via any Wi-Fi enabled device (laptop, tablet or smartphone) for complete management and monitoring from anywhere.Remote access via Ethernet, connecting wall controllers and lights to private cloud.Wireless networking is based on the industry standard 802.15.4 at 2.4GHz and provides a self-healing, expandable system that allows for simple, plug-and-play addition of new fixtures. For maximum security, 128-bit AES encryption ensures secure authentication and device joining to prevent unauthorized access. The system is also available in DALI wired configurations."
bingaxu
07/5/2014
10:59
Moving in the right direction, institutions still showing faith in management.
beeezzz
07/5/2014
10:18
Some one has just told me - thank you.
bar one
07/5/2014
09:54
What does PMSL mean, please.
bar one
04/5/2014
01:24
Generation Investment Management LLP has increased their holding to 12.51% on 29/04/14.
bingaxu
02/5/2014
07:43
Linhur,You are right. It was on 30/04/14 for 9.5p. My bad. I was wondering the drop yesterday.
bingaxu
01/5/2014
22:55
sorry, posted on wrong thread, now on AGK thread as intended!
bountyhunter
01/5/2014
22:53
bing xd was yesterday Wednesday. Hence some of the drop today. linhur
linhur
01/5/2014
20:51
Ex dividend tomorrow for 9.4p.
bingaxu
01/5/2014
19:08
'takeover', sorry but PMSL!!! :-) :-)
itchycrack
01/5/2014
16:56
Institutions adding....this is ripe for takeover, others may say they don't have superior technology I disagree, this would be a nice addition to any major lighting company.
beeezzz
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
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