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Elstead Lighting T: +44 (0) 1420 82377 www.elsteadlighting.com


NEW SAXON RANGE FROM ELSTEAD LIGHTING. Inspired by original medieval iron candelabrum, the Saxon range depicts a classic rustic feel ideally suiting period properties, historic buildings as well as themed restaurants and bars. This collection has been designed exclusively by Elstead and is manufactured by them in their UK factory. This wrought iron range has decorative beaten metal panels and models include: 3lt, 5lt and 8lt chandeliers with a single or double wall light option. Saxon is available in two finishes; black or a hand painted black/silver patina. Special sizes and alternative colours can also be specified for customer projects.


KNX UK T: +44 (0) 845 869 5908 www.knxuk.org


THE KNX UK ASSOCIATION WELCOMES PHILIPS AS A MANUFACTURER MEMBER. KNX UK is delighted to announce that Philips has joined the Association. The Philips name is synonymous with high quality, user friendly and energy efficient lighting control solutions for a wide range of markets and the company's new LightMaster KNX range will bring recognised lighting know-how to the world of KNX, providing energy savings, comfort and flexibility.


Cambridge Nanotherm Ltd launches its industry-leading Nanotherm Metal-backed PCB product which enables a reduction in LED device temperature of up to 20°C. Cambridge Nanotherm has launched Nanotherm™ MBPCB (Metal-Backed Printed Circuit Board), the culmination of two years of innovative development using Cambridge Nanotherm’s ceramic dielectric technology. This has resulted in an innovative thermal management material, with a dielectric thermal conductivity of 7 W/mK, which is able to significantly reduce LED die temperatures – even in the most thermally challenging Luminaire designs.


Cambridge Nanotherms Ltd T: +44 (0) 1440 762159 www.camnano.com


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


The award-winning spa hotel at Lancashire’s five-star Ribby Hall Village recently celebrated its first birthday, having served 2,500 afternoon teas, welcomed 15,000 guests and manicured 91,250 nails over the past year – all lit, powered and connected with the help of electrical wiring accessories from Hamilton Litestat. Hamilton supplied a selection of its classic Cheriton accessory plates throughout the hotel. The plates were finished in satin steel with black inserts, giving the simple, elegant plate design a contemporary edge. Products included switch plates, card switches and sockets, installed throughout the hotel’s 42 bedrooms for a co-ordinated look.


MID Lighting T: +44 (0) 1494 437962 www.midlighting.co.uk


MID recently made considerable energy savings when they supplied new LED lighting for the covered walkways at London City Airport. The original installation used twin 54W T5 lamps in a continuous run. MID supplied a new IP rated trough, each 1500mm section fitted with three 13W LED downlights. Controls were also added to further reduce the energy consumption. The airport asked for two out of three lamps to illuminate permanently after dusk and the third lamp to illuminate when pedestrians passed along the walkway. The new installation reduced the energy consumption from 39W per metre to 17.3W per metre, when there is no activity and 26W per metre when the airport is active.


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