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Gamma Illumination T: +44 (0)1924 482777 www.gamma-uk.com


Designed and manufactured with the retail, hospitality and office environments in mind, Gamma Illumination launches its TTS and GTS range of fixed and adjustable LED recessed downlights, powered with the exceptional Fortimo LED SLM module from Philips. Gamma has taken a leading LED module from Philips, understood the technical features and developed a range of luminaires that convert the features to benefits for the end-users application. The TTS and GTS range provides an attractive, discreet and powerful LED downlight and gimbal solution that lends itself to a variety of environments.


Hacel Lighting T: +44 (0)191 280 9911 www.hacel.co.uk


Solara Miledo is the latest compact LED downlighter designed and manufactured by Hacel Lighting. As part of their new LED range, the Solara Miledo hosts a number of technical and aesthetic features including outstanding performance, choice of lumen outputs, colour temperatures, operating systems and 27 individual accessories. With a very low energy consumption and life expectancy in excess of 50,000 hours, the outstanding performance of the luminaire displays an impressive LOR of 0.92, high outputs of up to 2500 lumens and efficacies up to 90lm/W.


IST Ltd T: +44 (0)1922 457712 www.istl.com


IST Ltd.’s new iDrive® DALI+ single channel LED driver boasts super smooth dimming performance compared to other drivers on the market, from 100% down to 0.3% of the output current. Optimised for different voltage and current configurations, the DALI+ also overcomes potential health and LED flicker problems associated with driving LEDs using PWM drivers by employing a continuous analogue dimming current. This smooth operator is so much more than a standard DALI driver!


Riegens T: +44 (0)1376 333400 www.riegens-lighting.com


Riegens has supplied a wide range of lighting to Kent County Council’s new Library and History Centre in Maidstone. The purpose built complex has been constructed to offer the public access to more of the county’s archive material, whilst providing a 21st century library in the heart of Kent. Specified by Frankham Consultancy Group of Haywards Health, Riegens were chosen to supply exterior and interior lighting, in addition to luminaires with special UV filters for areas housing historical papers, to ensure no deterioration from the illumination.


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Kingfisher Lighting T: +44 (0)1623 415900 www.kingfisherlighting.com


Kingfisher Lighting, specialists in exterior and architectural lighting, has just released its brand new product catalogue. The new catalogue is a stylish showcase of Kingfisher’s product range, presenting each product on it’s own double page spread. For every luminaire fitting, you will find stunning installation photographs, complemented by information tables on the range of options available within that lighting family. You will also find examples of suitable applications, product dimensions and Isolux diagrams. Most of the Kingfisher range is now finished as standard with a brand new colour, a subtle Anthracite grey, which will add style and class to any outdoor amenity.


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