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LuxLive Supplement Pro-Lite – Stand G16


If you’re developing ultra-efficient lighting, Pro-Lite can help save time and money with innovative photometric and goniophotometric test equipment for luminaires, solid state lighting, lamps and LEDs. Sister company Photometric Testing can provide independent testing of LEDs, luminaires, lamps and displays. From standard photometric data to photobiological safety testing, from training courses in light measurement to developmental testing of new products, Photometric Testing can help you to bring the next generation of ultra efficient lighting products to market more quickly. www.pro-lite.co.uk


Forge Europa


– Stand B18


Forge Europa will be exhibiting its LED lighting expertise for a second successive year at LuxLive 2012. The company’s focus will be on reinforcing the message of maximising performance and optimising costs, whilst retaining the highest standards of both product quality and energy efficiency. Forge Europa are specialists in the manufacture of innovative, efficient and commercially viable LED lighting. The team’s engineering and commercial teams work closely together throughout the product development process to ensure that a customer’s performance and cost expectations are achieved within the design. www.forge-europa.co.uk


Emergi-Lite – Stand D03


With the Emergi-Lite brand, Thomas & Betts provides leading life Safety Technology – delivering state-of- the-art systems and products covering emergency lighting, central battery systems and advanced monitoring safety systems. From stylish, cost effective LED downlighters and exit signs in the Serenga range through to compact and modular AC and DC Power Supply Systems and their new Naveo online maintenance software, Emergi-Lite provides reliable high quality products that are easy to use, versatile and designed to meet all relevant standards and specifications. www.emergi-lite.co.uk


Recolight – Stand D10


Recolight is a UK specialist WEEE compliance scheme for the recycling of Gas Discharge Lamps. Funded by over 100 lamp producer members, it represents the overwhelming proportion of lamps put on the UK market. As a not-for-profit scheme dedicated to keeping lamps out of landfill, Recolight collects all lamps regardless of manufacturer and can do so free of charge, providing there is a sufficient quantity. In the last three years, Recolight funded the recycling of over 125 million lamps, preventing more than a third of a tonne of mercury from entering landfill. www.recolight.co.uk


Elstead Lighting – Stand J21


Elstead will showcase a new range of energy efficient architectural products under the LUTEC brand. These are modern European designs and all made from high-pressure die-cast aluminium construction with UV stable polycarbonate lenses. Paint finishes are guaranteed for 5 years and most products have photometric data available. All models use CREE LED and have low energy consumption. Many designs have been created in accordance with the low light pollution level requirements on public buildings. There are many versatile and directional fittings in the range, giving excellent lighting design scheme opportunities. Catalogue and stock is now available. www.elsteadlighting.com


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Gewiss UK Ltd. – Stand J22


Gewiss UK Ltd. are going to be showcasing their new range of LED and HID luminaires for the street and urban lighting market. These are available in LED and Cosmopolis, and utilise a modular system, meaning everything in the product is designed to be replaceable, so LED modules can be simply replaced in the same way as lamps in a conventional luminaire. Mechanically, the products are intelligent and simple, designed with a lean approach but retaining stunning aesthetics, partly as a result of the collaboration between Gewiss and a leading Italian architectural firm. All components are IP66 protected, and the superbly conceived adaptable spigot allows direct column entry and side bracket entry from 42mm to 76mm from the same unit. www.gewiss.com


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