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Products LEDs Hacel


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


Hacel continues to develop their class-leading range of LED luminaires with the new iMod LED grid light module. Reduced energy consumption alongside efficacies in excess of 79lm/W , the distinctively styled iMod LED with a ribbed polycarbonate refractor and micro fusion film is fully compliant with the SLL Code for Lighting 2012-offering luminance limits below 3000cd/m2 at the 65° cut off and is a direct replacement for LG7. Boasting outstanding performance with an LOR of 0.89, the iMod LED by Hacel offers a choice of colour temperatures- 3000K, 4000K and 5000K with selectable wattages of 24W and 36W. Desgned and manufactured by - the iMod has a three year warranty against total failure.


Havells Sylvania 0870 606 2030 www.havells-sylvania.com


IST Lighting


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


IST’s iDrive® LED driver portfolio includes a series of centralized, Ethernet-enabled rack-mounted drivers, offering the potential to significantly reduce installation and commissioning costs by combining the dimming controller, power supply and LED driver in one integrated unit. The iDrive® Thor 36 is a 36-channel, high power (2kW) constant voltage LED driver, covering DMX, RDM, DALI, DSI, Art-Net 3, KiNet and Ethernet; the Force 24 is a 24 channel DMX/RDM driver for architainment lighting projects and the White Knight 32 is a 32 channel DALI driver for the white light market.


MID Lighting +44 (0) 1494 437962


www.midlighting.co.uk


PREMLED 700: MID Lighting recently supplied their recessed IP rated luminaires into a south London college’s new teaching kitchens. However it wasn’t a simple case of selecting a fitting from the standard MID Menu of luminaires, the design team had to go a la Carte. The unusual ceiling required a 500x500mm fitting to integrate into the unusual trim. MID Lighting used the Tridonic Stark LLE boards, which have an efficacy of 131 lm/W and a 5 year warranty to provide an even illuminance across the face of the fitting.


WILA Lighting


+44 (0) 1235 773500 www.wila.com


Refurbishment of KPMG’s London North office in Watford, which is home to over 100 staff who work with some of the leading brands in the UK, has included the installation of a range of energy saving lighting solutions from Wila Lighting. KPMG is a leading provider of professional services and as is part of the largest integrated accounting firm in Europe. Sustainability is embedded in the company’s values and they take their responsibility as a good corporate citizen extremely seriously.


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The Royal Academy of Music Museum in London is known by students, teachers and music enthusiasts for holding some of Britain’s most prestigious historical musical instruments. During a recent refurbishment, the museum has undergone a substantial lighting-scheme upgrade with the aim to improve lighting efficiency and instrument display as well as addressing preventative conservation UV concerns. Featuring a variety of Concord architectural fittings by Havells-Sylvania, the new design not only highlights the stunning exterior, but discreetly blends into the museum’s interior to show off its renowned collections of instruments, art, photography, manuscripts and scores.


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