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Products LEDs CP Electronics


+44 (0) 0333 9000671 www.cpelectronics.co.uk


CP Electronic’s MWS6 mid-range microwave presence/absence detector is now available in a surface mounted version. With its low profile design and small dimensions, the IP40 rated unit is discreet and unobtrusive and can be used for the automatic control of lighting, heating and ventilation.


Using a simple plug in connection, the self contained MWS6 unit detects movement via a highly sensitive microwave detector that emits low power microwave signals and measures the reflections as the signals bounce off moving objects.


Absolute Action +44 (0) 1622 351000 www.absolute-action.com


The Art Light: Featuring the best and latest technology in low-energy, long-life and focusable LED light heads, The Art Light provides the whole picture lighting solution. This is capable of customisation to suit almost any size and type of art canvas, with optimized colour temperature and CRI.


Brit Led


+44 (0) 1246 208094 www.brit-led.com


Brit Led is a new brand of British LED lighting manufactured in the UK and tested to LIA standards. We researched the UK LED market and found that companies that wanted to invest in low energy LED lighting were worried about the reliability of imported LED products. We decided to create a range of British made LED lighting that is reliable and affordable. Brit led is launching a range of products such as Down Lights, Panels, Gu10’s, Low Bays and Drivers directly into wholesale throughout September and October. Please view our website for launch details, British test certificates, Lumen reports and Dialux files.


Harvard Engineering +44 (0) 113 383 1000 www.harvardeng.com


Harvard’s twin channel programmable and pre-programmed SmartNight LED drivers allow lighting to be automatically dimmed to pre-set levels. The pre-programmed drivers can be dimmed to 50% or 70% for 6 hours, 8 hours or 12 hours whilst the programmable versions can be set with up to 8 unique dimming levels, down to 5%, from your PC and SmartNight programmer. The CLP driver is available in 350mA, 500mA, 700mA and 1000mA output current variants with WiMAC ready options. The power factor corrected drivers have fully isolated, SELV outputs delivering up to 33W of power per channel, making them an ideal option for customisable outdoor energy saving lighting.


Helvar


+44 (0) 1322 222211 www.helvar.com


Helvar has expanded its 70W LED driver platform with the release of the LL2x35, a new two channel LED driver. Available either as fixed Constant Current or DALI dimmable, the extended 2x35W LED platform offers luminaire manufactures increased flexibility in their transition to LED products for linear and 600x600 applications, such as offices, classrooms and call centres. The drivers feature a simple resistor on the input side allowing manual adjustment of the output drive current, anticipating different LED loads.


Drawing on years of experience and specialist work with art collectors around the world, The Art Light has been carefully developed to deliver a full spectrum of light down the entirety of a painting, whilst avoiding the traditional problem of ‘hot spots’.


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