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Products LEDs XLED


+44 (0) 1889 577 270 www.xled.co.uk


XLED’s LED panel module offers an alternative to fluorescent lay in or surface mounted fittings without compromising performance. This LED panel compares to the light delivered by fluorescent products whilst maintaining a low power design, delivering 3346 lumens for only 38w and an impressive 87 lm/w efficacy. With an emergency pack with auto test options, European dimmable driver as standard and a DALI dimmable option being launched soon. All XLED products have been independently tested at UKAS accredited laboratories to ensure evidenced product performance and are covered by a market-leading 5 year warranty which covers 24/7 usage and ensures 70% light output at the end of the warranty period. If you are interested in this product please call and quote A1XLEDPAN6X64K


Paviom


+44 (0) 1293 804 688 www.paviom.com


MID Lighting


+44 (0) 1494 437 962 www.midlighting.co.uk


MID Lighting have recently introduced their QUAD- LED range of gimbal LED downlighters. Named because of their attractive square dark light aperture the fitting will house a range of 50mm diameter LED lamps including GU10 and MR16. The fittings have a cast housing and are supplied in white as standard but can be finished in any RAL colour if required. They can be supplied as single, twin, triple or as a 2x2 lamp array.


Paviom exterior launched the Lofoot range including the Midi Post-top (pictured) powered by MEGAMAN’s TECOH® MHx Gen2 module at Sparc in Sydney. With integral driver & heat sinking the Lofoot post top is ideally suited to the TECOH MHx which is the first true LED alternative for metal halide lamps with light centre lengths equal to current 20w & 35w metal halide lamps. Its unique 2-part design and capsule shape means that it can be fitted into existing and new fixtures and then replaced as required, creating a sustainable solution as well as a future-proof fitting and lamp solution.


RIDI


+44 (0) 1279 450 882 www.ridi.co.uk


RIDI has reduced the power consumption of its EBRME-LED 600x600 luminaires from 68w to 45w. The increased energy saving makes the luminaire a viable, affordable LED replacement for traditional light sources. RIDI has also expanded the EBRME- LED range to include a variety of sizes and finishes, including a new tunable option that balances variable colour temperatures (2700/6500k) in synergy with an astronomical clock and a new micro-prismatic finish (pictured) for the fixed light variations which adds an improved level of distribution and pleasant aesthetic.


Hacel


+44 (0) 191 280 9940 www.hacel.co.uk


SkyMod is the new LED flat panel by Hacel- the latest addition to their architectural designed LED range. Available in 3 wattages (24W,34W, 46W) and 3 colour variations (3000K, 4000K, 5000K), the SkyMod has been engineered for uniform light distribution with an impressive LOR of 0.89. Hosting efficacies in excess of 86lm/w, SkyMod LED is available with a wide choice of control gear including 1-10V, Dali and Emergency. SkyMod LED not only maintains a flush ceiling appearance but showcases a Tb(p) compliant Opal Polycarbonate diffuser with a wipe clean surface. Recessed and Slim Surface versions (with integral gear) are available.


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