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LuxLive Supplement


Cooper Lighting and Safety – Stand C21


Arrow Electronics – Stand A02


Cooper Lighting and Safety will be using LuxLive to launch a number of new energy efficient luminaires for use in mains lighting and emergency lighting schemes. LED luminaires will feature heavily among Cooper Lighting and Safety’s new product introductions and visitors to its stand will be able to see a wide range of LED mains lighting and emergency lighting schemes. There will be a variety of architectural lighting and innovative lighting control solutions from sister companies Cooper Controls and Cooper Crouse-Hinds. www.cooper-ls.com


Arrow will showcase an application platform that enables the design of complete LED lighting solutions in a convenient online environment. Free of charge and easy to use, Arrow Lighting Designer combines multiple tools for selecting and optimising LED solutions, adding secondary optics, defining the power supply and laying out a design. Each tool can be used independently or in tandem to develop a comprehensive solution. In addition to product and system data, the tool offers ‘recommended’, ‘highest efficacy’ and ‘least expensive’ system options. After selecting an option, users can see suggested alternatives and return on investment for transitioning from traditional lighting. www.arroweurope.com


MHA Lighting – Stand G36


MHA Lighting’s innovative P Lite60 luminaire solution takes centre stage at this year’s LuxLive as it delivers clean, bright light to create the highest levels of illumination, whilst slashing energy bills and CO2 emissions, making it an ideal solution for external car parks, street lighting, walk ways and perimeter applications. MHA’s knowledgeable team will be on hand to guide visitors through their extensive range of LED lighting products, and the team invites visitors to find out why MHA’s portfolio includes GlaxoSmithKline, the NHS, Birmingham NEC, Manchester Airport, Budgens, SPAR, Local Authorities and Chevron-Texaco. www.mhalighting.co.uk


Kosnic – Stand F22


Designed and developed in the team’s Technology Centre, the KTC and KLED range of LED GU10 lamps from Kosnic are proving popular for retrofit replacements of halogen lamps. Kosnic now also has a range of LED tubes, LED DD, panels, GLS and candles to replace traditional incandescent and CFL lamps in many applications from offices to homes. As with all their lamps, these prove to be cost effective due to affordable initial costs, low maintenance costs and fast payback rates. To see and discuss firsthand how Kosnic LED’s could benefit a project or business, please visit the team on their stand. www.kosnic.com


P4 Fastel – Stand K13


P4 Fastel will be bringing its exciting range of self-testing emergency lighting and exit signs to many existing and potential customers and specifiers on its stand. Highlighting its presence will be a brand new corporate brochure “Leading the Way in Self Testing Emergency Lighting”, as well as a new radio addressable system, some new stylish LED sign luminaires and an array of new applications for their acclaimed M- web + Ethernet interface and web server units. P4 staff will also be on hand to explain recent changes in emergency lighting standards, and to provide useful information on where to maximise energy and cost savings. www.p4fastel.co.uk


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Projection Lighting – Stand C01


The 70 series and 90 series AlphaLED luminaires are now available with a beam angle of 10º or less. This option produces an intense, tight beam for dramatic, sparkling accent lighting, along with qualities that AlphaLED highly value: colour quality, consistency and efficiency, guaranteed for five years. Ideal for decorative and display lighting where creative effects are required, this new beam option uses the Xicato Point Module and the team hope it will prove popular with lighting designers. Additional product launches include ultra-high output versions of the Metropole track mounted spotlight and 200 Series Mercury adjustable scoop downlight, both available up to 3000lm. www.alphaled.co.uk


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