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Havells Sylvania T: +44 (0) 870 6062030 www.havells-sylvania.com


Havells-Sylvania has simplified product specification with its new ‘Light Collection’ coffee table brochure. Set out over 20 full colour pages, the large-format brochure showcases selected Concord and Lumiance products and their particular application suitability to provide specifiers and architects with inspiration for future developments. The brochure comprises stylish product photography with an image of an example project on adjoining page. There are also written examples of other prestigious installations that have included the featured Havells-Sylvania product.


Hamilton Litestat


T: +44 (0) 1747 860088 www.hamilton-litestat.com


Decorative electrical wiring accessories specialist and lighting and audio control systems manufacturer Hamilton Litestat will be showcasing a wide selection of its products at this year’s Sleep Event (stand G32). Ranges will include the crystal clear Perception CFX range, which features completely concealed fixings, allowing the wall covering to show through for a subtle, contemporary look. Visitors will be able to view the bestselling Hartland CFX range, which comprises slim, minimalist plates in a range of metal and glossy plastic finishes.


Gradus T: +44 (0) 1625 428922 www.gradusworld.com


The new ‘LED Lighting Systems' guide covers Gradus’ full range of proven step, floor and wall LED lighting solutions, featuring a number of new products. The new guide incorporates a 3D isometric drawing of a typical auditorium to help users visualise where Gradus lighting products can be used most effectively in order to create safe stairs and passageways as well as to create a dramatic room scheme. Similarly, 2D drawings of all profiles, complete with photography of all associated accessories, are also included for ease of use and product identification on site.


CP Electronics T: +44 (0)333 9000671 www.cpelectronics.co.uk


CP Electronics has launched a series of HS PIR (Passive Infrared) miniature presence detectors for the automatic control of incandescent, fluorescent and compact fluorescent lighting systems. The new HS PIR sensors are available in three options: premium, direct dim (for DALI or DSI digital dimming ballasts) and analogue dim for variant control 1-10v dimming ballasts. If movement is detected, the unit incorporating the sensor turns the load on and when the area is vacated the load will switch off after an adjustable time out period.


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For an elegant and sophisticated Retail, Commercial and Architectural environment, Hacel’s new creative LED Flote pendants are the perfect choice. Available in Flote Major and Flote Minor, the pendants feature refined lines and offer a choice of two cool, crisp, decorative Dual Satin Acrylic halos, or optional vibrant coloured ‘neon’ halos that float around the centrepiece. The injection moulded polycarbonate centrepiece softly diffuses the light output whilst maintaining performance and integrates the LED Light Engine that is designed and manufactured in the UK by Hacel. Features include a thermally managed driver with dimming and DALI options and a range of lumen outputs and colour temperatures for versatility.


Hacel Lighting T: +44 (0) 1912 809911 www.hacel.co.uk


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