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LED GROUP ROBUS T: +353 1 709 9000 www.ledgrouprobus.com


The ROBUS Golf range is a leading surface mounted fitting that has evolved from traditional switch start to LED over recent years, to great success.


This new 10W SMD LED version has a new innovation in high efficiency diffusers, made from polycarbonate resin. It improves efficiency by 40% and doubles the typical lumen output of a standard LED surface fitting to >70lm/W with a colour temperature of 4000k. The PRO –diffuser has over 200 times the impact resistance of glass, has excellent heat resistance and is weatherproof. It creates an even distribution of light, eliminating hot spots and visible lamps thus retaining the aesthetics of traditional light sources.


Using only 10 watts of power the new SMD Golf provides energy savings of up to 65% providing payback within less than 12 months. No replacement lamps required with this fitting as it has an average LED lamp life of 50,000 hours.


LUX-TSI T: +44 (0) 1656 864618 www.lux-tsi.com


LUX-TSI is the UK independent accredited Photometric, Energy Performance and Safety Testing Company.


We are a preferred partner of UL and work closely in partnership with 42 Partners to offer independent testing services for the LED and lighting industry. Through its approved state-of-the-art testing laboratories and its partners we can provide customers with lighting tests and certification for European, US and global marketplaces. Testing can be performed to UL and IEC (EN) standards and certification services are also provided for ENEC, Energy Star and other energy efficiency safety and product quality marks.


If you need any testing of any kind on your lighting products then we can help. We can support from research through development and final product certifications for global markets. Please call us or email for a fast, flexible and professional testing service for your lighting products.


MHA Lighting T: +44 (0) 01942 887400 www.mhalighting.co.uk


LED Lighting – the sceptic’s checklist There is no doubt that rising energy costs is forcing businesses to think twice about keeping their lights on, especially given that globally, building lighting represents 15-19% of total energy consumption. LED lighting is the future, at least that’s what all the sales and marketing literature says – but with rising energy costs and building lighting representing 15-19% of total global energy consumption, as well as advanced in the technology – LED lighting really is the future. Managing Director of Greater Manchester-based MHA Lighting, Tom Harrison, is advising prospective LED switchers to proceed with caution and ask the manufacturers and suppliers of the LED lighting they are considering to provide thorough documented evidence and certification to back up any claims made. “As a manufacturer of lighting that use LEDs, I know that all the benefits of LED technology


are dependent upon the fitting’s longevity – and longevity in a LED light engine is dependent upon three crucial factors: the LED itself, thermal management of the junction temperature and the driver.”


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