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


EyeNut is the ingenious new wireless control and monitoring system set to revolutionise the indoor lighting market. From Harvard Engineering, the company behind the innovative and award-winning LeafNut system for street lighting, EyeNut gives users the ability to cleverly control and monitor lighting installations in order to save energy, reduce carbon emissions, and tailor lighting to their needs. Addressing the problems often seen by early generation indoor lighting controls, EyeNut provides a completely flexible solution which eliminates commissioning issues and the need for expensive and complicated re-wiring.


GE Lighting 0800 169 8290


www.gelighting.com/eu


Thorn Lighting +44 (0)1388 420042 www.thornlighting.co.uk


Thorn launches new and improved Glacier II LED range of high performance decorative pendants. Thorn Lighting’s modern Glacier II decorative pendant range now extends to provide a high performance alternative to traditional HID versions. Efficient LEDs (36/75W) deliver between 3000 and 6000 lumens respectively while achieving up to 107 Llm/W efficacy. In addition to reducing energy consumption, the high performance LEDs provide good quality light with a choice of colour temperatures (3000 and 4000K), a CRI of >80 and a 3 McAdams rating for colour consistency.


Elstead Lighting +44 (0)1420 82377


www.elsteadlighting.com


Norlys is a Norwegian company that specialises in the manufacture of high quality exterior lighting. Featured is the new Arendal bollard (Art.1565) with tempered glass top which is available in black, graphite or galvanised steel finish. It has an E27 (max. 60W) lamp source and is available in 3 sizes: 85cm, 49cm and 26cm. The products are designed to withstand tough climatic conditions and come with a 15 year anti-corrosion warranty. The new Norlys 2014 catalogue is available from Elstead Lighting or visit Lux Live stand B38..


The southern offices of ETDE - the energy and services division of Bouygues Construction, has recently undergone a full lighting refurbishment. The installation of GE Lighting’s LED solutions helped to improve greatly the aesthetics of the building cutting energy use at the same time. As the energy and services arm of Bouygues Construction, installing a low energy lighting solution was incredibly important. However at the same time, the ETDE team wanted to create a contemporary aesthetic for its office building in Hatfield, Hertfordshire.


Spirit Circuits


+44 (0)23 9224 3000 www.spiritcircuits.com


Innovative PCB Manufacturer, Spirit Circuits, has a new addition to complement their current circuit board technologies. Thermal Interface Materials (TIM) is designed into electronic assemblies to aid and improve the thermal path, the removal of hot spots by heat spreading and selective cooling of components. Common usages for the technology are between power devices and heat sinks or from a PCB to a chassis or cold wall. The function of TIM is to compensate surface roughness, using a compressible or compliant material will fill micro voids, displace the air and bridge the gaps; the benefit of this is to increase the surface area available for heat conduction.


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