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In addition to delivering ever more subtle and flexible integration and control - energy saving and optimising security through light management are key areas of development.


Ian Hamilton, Managing Director, Hamilton Litestat


Main Image: LED Dimmer Control from MK Electric.


Bottom Left: Hamilton Litestat Lighting Control Pannel Bottom Right:


DANLERS Batten Mount Controls.


lighting sequence throughout the day. Blinds can also be incorporated into the system to open and close in the morning and evening too. They also produce a range of decorative lighting products including a bespoke design service for anyone wanting a particular look and feel including Architects, Interior Designers and Specifiers.


Ian Hamilton, Managing Director, Hamilton Litestat comments, “We view every project as an opportunity to innovate and take our systems to even higher performance levels. In addition to delivering ever more subtle and flexible integration and control - energy saving and optimising security through light management are key areas of


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development.” LED dimming controls have at times in the past received bad press; this is because of incompatibility between dimmer and lamps. Wiring device manufacturers are working towards a solution but it involves key players in the industry working together.


Reliable dimmers with universal compatibility are available from various manufacturers including MK Electric. MK Electric produces a fully compatible LED dimming solution which can save both energy and money. This solution with a dimmable LED lamp offers the user the ability to control lighting levels and create ambiance while simultaneously achieving energy savings of up to 80 per cent.


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