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VISTA II Outstandingly even illumination.


An IP67 rated, in ground, semi recessed or surface mount compact linear marker light, producing a completely even lit effect from end to end.


For more information contact: acdclighting.co.uk /led/vista2 | 0845 862 6400


Save energy with our NEW cost effective lighting controls


DANLERS energy saving products are ideal for the automatic control of lighting loads and are UK manufactured and come with a 5 year warranty.


The Batten Mounted PIR Occupancy Switch (BMPIR) is a cost effective energy saving solution for mounting on the end of lighting battens via the 20mm knock out. One metre tail leads ensure easy fi tting to the lighting ballast. An IP54 rated enclosure makes the control suitable for damp areas. The control automatically switches lights on when the movement of a warm body is detected and automatically switches the load off when no movement has been detected for a pre-selected time. A photocell override enables lights to kept off when suffi cient ambient light is available.


The Ceiling Surface Mounted PIR Absence Switch (CESFA PIR) is an alternative to our popular range of PIR occupancy switches. The Absence switch is ideal for classrooms, hotel rooms, hospitals, small offi ces, student accommodation etc. The lighting load has to be switched on with a retractive wall switch in the usual way and then the PIR Absence Switch automatically switches the load off when no movement has been detected for a pre-selected time - saving energy and money. An adjustable photocell override enables lights to be kept of


adjustable photocell override enables lights to be kept off when suffi cient ambient light is available.


Contact us for more information, a free catalogue or where and when to see our products in action:


DANLERS Limited, Vincients Road, Chippenham, Wiltshire, SN14 6NQ. Tel: 01249 443377. Fax: 01249 443388. E-mail: sales@danlers.co.uk


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