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Products LUXLIVE


Hamilton Litestat +44 (0)1747 860088 www.Hamilton-Litestat.com


Hamilton Litestat is a trusted brand with a 45 year heritage of expertise and innovation in the lighting sector, with an endless list of major fit outs and high profile projects to its credit. At LuxLive, Hamilton will showcase its integrated lighting and audio control system which combines seamlessly with its trend leading decorative electrical wiring accessories.


The company also plans to unveil an exciting new range of ancillaries which will further enhance the versatility of the Mercury Lighting control system. Sleep attendees are invited to Hamilton's stand for a personal preview of at prototypes and innovative new products in development.


Charles Endirect +44 (0)1963 828400 www.charlesendirect.com


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.


• Made in Britain • Buy British Support British Manufacturing • British BSI Safety Tested and Certified • British Guarantee • British Warranty • British LIA tested with data certificates • Visit our stand (B34) at LuxLive to view our products


Electrical power is quickly available anywhere without time-consuming installation work above ground with Distribution Pillars and below ground with the GIFAS Underfloor Pits supplied by Charles Endirect. After connection has been made the Floor Pit has been designed to be used in the closed position. Rated up to 90 tonne, it is safe for use by pedestrians and road traffic. The lid can be filled with any finish including cobble stones therefore blending perfectly with the surrounding area. The floor pits are manufactured to the customer’s specification and offer a maintenance free distribution solution.


Recolight


0845 601 7749 www.recolight.co.uk


Recolight operates the UK’s most comprehensive free lamp recycling network, taking away the burden of compliance from the lighting industry. We are funded by our members as a not-for-profit organisation, enabling us to offer a FREE service. We lead the way in lamp recycling with continual investment in initiatives to make lamp recycling as easy and efficient as possible for all. Our service is also available to producers of LEDs who wish to ensure they are compliant with their obligations.


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.


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