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Spectral Lighting T: +44 (0)1279 450882 www.spectral-lighting.co.uk


Spectral’s H-Profil mounting system is the luminaire of choice for lighting designers, architects and artists looking create schemes that are not bound by the limitations of building shape, colour, size or convention. The revolutionary universal tracking system can be adapted using straight, curved or round shapes to follow either the contours of a room or to function as a stand-alone feature or centre piece.


For more details on how the many possibilities of H-Profil can work for you, please visit www.spectral-lighting.co.uk


Toshiba T: +44 (0)1932 841600 www.toshiba.co.uk/lighting


The most efficient replacement to the 60W incandescent lamp is now available! The new GLS Wide delivers 806Lm of light from only 10W of power consumed. This is an impressive 80 Lumens per watt which means a saving of 84% over conventional incandescent lamps. With 20’000 hours life it will also last up to 20 times longer. The E-CORE GLS Wide range of lamps uses clever reflection techniques to produce light in a 240⁰ distribution to mimic the light from incandescent lamps. This ability to distribute light widely allows a wider range of applications such as chandeliers, table lamps helping you to create the ambience you are looking for and not have to compromise on light quality.


Tridonic T: +44 (0)1256 374300 www.tridonic.com


The TALEXXengine STARK QLE from Tridonic is a square LED module that can be used in any application where conventional linear or compact fluorescent light sources would historically have been used, to deliver significant energy savings. Each QLE square LED module has an edge length of 270mm and up to five modules can be run from one TALEXXconverter. They can also be combined with LLE linear LED modules to create a variety of novel designs or to replace existing fluorescent lighting while retaining the same fixtures. When replacing existing lighting they are compatible with both diffuser and louvre optics. .


ASD Lighting T: +44 (0)1709 374898 www.asdlighting.com


ASD Lighting are proud to release their new LED 10 series range of premium luminaires, all designed, developed & manufactured in the UK. This range is available in the new high output Premium Opal Diffuser which is 50% more efficient than the standard opal. The LED 10 series which is equivalent to a 28W 2D lamp comes in either standard LED, Emergency, Microwave or Microwave Emergency options. There are six attractive designs to suit a host of installation needs. For more information please contact the ASD sales team on 01709 374898 or email us on telesales@asdlighting.com


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CP Electronics T: +44 (0)333 9000 671 www.cpelectronics.co.uk


CP Launch New Energy Saving Control Brochure


The new energy saving brochure from CP Electronics provides the user with a variety of easy to install solutions that bring all the benefits of the company’s energy efficient and intelligent lighting controls together. Launched to encompass the company’s popular Green-i range of energy saving products, the brochure clearly shows users how to take control of their energy usage within commercial, domestic and industrial spaces. To download a copy of the brochure see the company’s website www.green-i.co.uk


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