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Universal Fibre Optics Ltd MetroLED


A cabinet LED lighting system that can be configured in countless different ways. With both spotlighting and linear light washes available – and a combination of the two – the MetroLED system can be built to the exact specification needed. With standard cabinet lighting, once the display is rearranged the lighting may then need to be redesigned, but with the new MetroLED this isn’t the case, the lighting can be reconfigured again and again. In addition the plug and play system means that when one LED module reaches the end of its life another can be fitted simply and easily. The MetroLED is available in both 3000K and 4000K colour temperatures with narrow and wide beam options, dual channel dimming is also as standard. T: +44 (0) 1890 883 416 W: www.fibreopticlighting.com


Cree Europe XSP IP66 LED


Cree have introduced a street luminare that is optimised for European and other global environmental requirements. The street light provides metropolitan and other municipal areas a durable luminare that protects critical electrical components from dust, water jets and other potentially damaging environmental factors. It is one of the first real alternatives to high–pressure sodium street lights with better payback, better performance and a better price. Compared with its predecessor, the XSP IP66 uses nearly 50 per cent less energy and is designed to last more than three times longer. T: +39 (0) 55 34308 1 W: www.cree-europe.com


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