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Toshiba – Stand E29


Toshiba will be demonstrating its innovative products including the GU10, which delivers 355Lm from just 7.1W and a new BaseLight Lay-In Modular, which is a great alternative to conventional fluorescent 600mm2 modular luminaires in helping reduce the burden of maintenance thanks to its long life. Toshiba will also introduce the GLS Wide, an efficient replacement of the 60W incandescent lamp, delivering 806Lm from only 10W. Also on display will be the polyvalent E-CORE Gimble TrackSpot 111 for track lighting systems and the E-CORE Gimble Recessed 111, which combines low energy and long life with high flexibility to tackle head-on the needs of retail lighting. www.toshiba.eu/newlighting


Luxonic Lighting – Stand C29


Innovative luminaire designs for office and retail lighting will be the theme from Luxonic Lighting at this year’s LuxLive. A live demonstration area with two colourful mannequins will show how the latest in LED technology coupled with different beam angles can satisfy all the demands of retail lighting, particularly colour rendering and energy saving. In this retail section, Luxonic will be debuting brand new LED luminaires designed for the retail market to replace 20W to 70W ceramic metal-halide products. Illustrating its abilities for both the office and retail sector, Luxonic’s Broadlighter luminaire will be on display in its latest LED version, together with new high-efficiency LED downlighter ranges. www.luxonic.co.uk


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Now that you know what exciting new additions have been added to this year’s LuxLive, let’s take a look at some of the great exhibitors heading to the show.


Exhibiting?


Megaman – Stand E22


Megaman has a real treat in store for visitors to this year’s LuxLive with plans for a stand that will be even brighter and bolder than ever before. Megaman has chosen LuxLive for the launch of an exciting range of new products including the G4/G9 LED lamps, 15W 12v AR111, 8W and 11W dimming GLS lamps, 7W dimming candle lamps and 7W golf ball. With the successful launch of the Tecoh® LED capsule, a low energy alternative to ceramic metal-halide lamps, Megaman will also exhibit the latest product in the Tecoh range, the CFx – a high performance twist-lock LED module with an integrated driver for general lighting and a design that is in line with proposed Zhaga specifications. www.megamanuk.com


Venture Lighting – Stand D09


Venture Lighting will display a variety of newly launched products offering high performance and energy efficiency as well as low operating costs. The energy saving ranges on display will include the compact, tubular, high performance CM-CITY lamps for outdoor lighting. With energy savings ranging from 30-70% compared to other white light sources, the CM-CITY lamps deliver a warm white colour with excellent colour rendering. Also on display at the show will be the PulseStart sustainability Twin-Arc range, which provides significantly longer lamp life making it ideal for applications where re-lamping is costly or disruptive. www.venturelightingeurope.com


Tridonic – Stand D19


Tridonic will be exhibiting an ever-expanding portfolio of LED solutions that includes integral emergency and an innovative new three-layer dimmable ballast range. Tridonic’s TALEXXengine STARK is a versatile family of LED lighting products that has been designed to provide task- specific solutions for a wide range of applications. Thanks to its inherent versatility, STARK offers an energy efficient, virtually maintenance-free alternative to a wide range of conventional light sources. Other products on the stand will include Basic, ECO and Excel dimming ballasts and the range of DALI M Sensors. www.tridonic.com


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