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Recolight T: +44 (0) 845 6017749 www.recolight.co.uk


Recolight, a UK specialist WEEE compliance scheme for lamps, is expanding access to lamp recycling facilities by lowering the threshold companies need to meet to qualify for free of charge lamp recycling. Whereas previously businesses had to collect 1000 lamps every three months to be eligible to receive completely free of charge collection services, now businesses collecting 1000 lamps every six months can also benefit from Recolight’s free collection services. The lower threshold allows more businesses that collect smaller quantities less regularly to arrange for their waste lamps to be recycled easily and cost-effectively.


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


Making its debut at Luxlive this year was Riegens Lighting. The stand offered a mix of recessed, suspended, downlight and pendant fittings, along with industrial and exterior luminaires demonstrating the depth and range of products within its portfolio. Exhibiting established product ranges such as Concido, Cirrus and Infinity, in addition to Luxlive product launches of Veko Menno, Nuvola LED and Consurdo to name just a few. In addition, new commercial lighting solutions included the new Cirrus LED, Veko Flex and Luxe, the latest linear modular lighting solution from Riegens.


GE Lighting T: +44 (0)800 1698290 www.gelighting.com/eu


Lux Live 2012 concludes GE Lighting’s landmark year in the UK after a series of high profile projects such as Tower Bridge and numerous sites for the Olympic Games 2012. The company exhibited its comprehensive range of lighting solutions; those featured within this year’s key projects as well as innovations developed for retail, office and outdoor applications. Although a global company, GE tackles the local challenges within the different regions it operates. As such, GE Lighting in the UK provides energy efficient lighting solutions that provide excellent light quality, influence our behaviour and reduce maintenance cycles.


Ceravision T: +44 (0) 1908 371463 www.ceravision.com


Making its UK exhibition debut at Luxlive was Metzra street lantern, whilst Ceravision took the opportunity to demonstrate the latest HEP (High Efficiency Plasma) technology. The company’s Generation 2 Alvara luminaire was on the stand, which uses innovative electrodeless, radio frequency technology to emit an intense bright light. Alvara delivers the lumen output (minimum 90 lm/watt). Overall system efficacy is far greater as HEP is a true point source and with matched optics can lead to a reduction in the number of high bay fittings of between 30 to 40%. Also on show was Ceravision’s Alvara Light Touch software.


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Intelligent lighting solutions manufacturer b,a,g, Electronics displayed a wide range of products at LuxLive, which included Zirius, the company’s fully electronic, hot restrike ignitor that requires no cooling down phase. Making its debut at the show was the company’s new Novarius control gear for outdoor luminaires featuring energy saving GeoDIM Technology. Offering unique protection against lightening strikes, the units can accept voltage peaks of up to 10kV and set new standards for exterior HID lighting systems. The GeoDim system provides intelligent dimming automatically, as the unit determines the actual length of night based on the local switch on/off over several nights.


b,a,g, Electronics T: +44 (0) 1245 469935 www.bagelectronics.com


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