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Scolmore T: +44 (0) 1827 63454 www.scolmore.com


Scolmore has launched what it is describing as the industry’s most sophisticated integrated LED downlight to date - one that will provide contractors and installers with a high light output, high performance product that can be fitted into the shallowest of ceiling voids. Inceptor is a fire-rated, integrated LED downlight with pre-wired driver and flow connector. It combines a number of key features which the company believes sets it apart from competitor products. Unique to Inceptor is the innovative flexi-driver element which means it can be fitted in to a recess depth of just 60mm - making it one of the most flexible fittings currently available.


Kingfisher Lighting


T: +44 (0)1623 415900 www.kingfisherlighting.com


Kingfisher have released ALUDRA, a high specification, low profile die-cast floodlight, perfect for large area illumination such as car parks or retail. Aludra is available with a wide choice of lamp and gear packages including energy-saving, long life 45w and 90w CosmoPolis and 20w, 30w and 60w LED (image). A quick release, tool-less catch cuts installation and maintenance time. Sealed to IP65, Aludra has a ULOR of <10% and comes as standard with a built in aiming protractor.


GRAH Lighting T: +386 (0)82 801 424 www.grahlighting.com


European producer Grah Lighting has introduced a new luminaire to the existing street lighting series LRL® that combines the advantages of LSL® technology with special design suitable for old city centres, cultural sites and architectural lighting purposes. LRL®, with 30 LED light sources and 100lm/W, has a cutting edge illumination performance. Recommended mounting height 3-5m allows universal as well as alternative mounting concepts. With innovative 360° Approach™, each Grah® LED Lighting product achieves premium quality, high energy efficiency, and maximum lifetime expectancy.


Hacel Lighting T: +44 (0)191 2809940 www.hacel.co.uk


As part of the LED range from Hacel, the Paco LED downlighter fashions a unique, subtly contoured polycarbonate diffuser which softly disperses the illumination while maintaining outstanding performance. The Hacel designed LED light engine features high efficacies and is available in a choice of Warm White (3000K), Neutral White (4000K) and Cool White (5000K) versions. Add individuality to the Paco LED downlighter by utilising the optional Fluorescent Inserts that are available in a choice of four vibrant colours. The Paco is ideal for architectural, retail and commercial projects.


IST Ltd


T: +44 (0) 1922 457712 www.istl.com


IST Limited, the British designer and manufacturer of smart lighting solutions, announces the launch of the iDrive® Uno CV: a smart, single channel constant voltage LED driver, which is a perfect multi-protocol solution for applications where precision 8- or 16-bit dimming control is required. When compared to the equivalent products of a leading competitor, the iDrive® Uno CV significantly outperforms on every level. The Uno CV offers an all-in-one protocol solution supporting DSI, DMX, DALI and RDM interfaces* and operates at twice the current output, meaning the installer only requires one Uno CV driver for every two of the rival products, leading to significant installation cost savings.


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