In the heartland of LED technology, the Lighting Fair has been a purely LED fair for years now. Since the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the already strong trend towards new energy-saving lighting technology has intensified further and will continue to do so: From 2020 onwards, by statutory regulation, companies in Japan will only be allowed to produce light fixtures with LED or OLED technology. For BJB there were a number of premieres at the Lighting Fair: It was the first time that BJB had exhibited an ADS system at the Tokyo fair. In this case the focus was on the wiring of LED luminaires. The BJB wiring system offers luminaire manufacturers the possibility of cost-efficient luminaire assembly with consistently high, verified quality - a product which attracted great interest from the Japanese trade visitors. The same applies to the second BJB product to make its debut appearance at the Lighting Fair in Tokyo: the SMD terminal block. With an overall height of four millimetres, it has an extremely low profile and does not obstruct the light beam of the LED. The SMD terminal block from BJB can also be wired automatically. Two advantages which visitors to the Tokyo Lighting Fair found very convincing. Other products presented by BJB which were very well received were connectors for spotlight modules, which are also based on the ZHAGA standard.