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LuxLive


Steinel (UK) Limited – Stand H25 LuxLive 2013 is set to be the first trade show appearance for a major new product from Steinel (UK) Ltd. The IR Quattro SLIM, a completely flat presence detector with a visible depth of less than 4mm; a new addition to the highly-successful Presence Control Pro range, the IR Quattro SLIM will be showcased for the first time in the UK at Earls Court, London. Visitors to LuxLive will have the opportunity to get an industry-first look at the IR Quattro Slim – a presence detector which is completely unobtrusive, yet highly sensitive. When mounted on the ceiling, this ultra-slim presence detector has visible dimensions of just 76mm x 76mm x 4mm. www.steinel.co.uk


Emergi-Lite Safety Systems – Stand F35 Emergi-Lite will be displaying its range of innovative emergency lighting solutions at this years’ LuxLive. Emergi-Lite prides itself on being a leading life safety technology provider – delivering state-of- the-art systems and products covering emergency lighting, central battery systems and advanced monitoring safety systems. From stylish and cost efficient LED downlighters and exit signs through to Central Power Supply Systems and our new Naveo online maintenance software, Emergi-Lite provides a range of reliable high quality products that are easy to use, versatile and designed to meet all relevant standards and specifications. www.emergi-lite.co.uk


Arrow Electronics – Stand G10 Arrow Lighting brings solutions to create new forms of illumination to Lux Live 2013. The company enables new ways of lighting the world by using transformational, efficient and reliable solid-state lighting (SSL) technologies. Arrow’s capabilities offering state-of-the-art technology make a genuine difference to lighting products, helping customers benefit from its distribution network and reverse logistics expertise. We streamline the creation of new lighting from conception to production, and our solutions benefit your bottom line with green, clean, smart technology. Our innovative online ‘Lighting Designer’ combines multiple tools for selecting and optimizing LED solutions, adding secondary optics, defining the power supply and laying out a design. Each tool can be used independently or jointly to develop a comprehensive solution. Whether your application involves retail, portable, signage, indoor, outdoor, transportation or virtually any other specialty application… Arrow Lighting can offer the best SSL solutions. www.arroweurope.com


Wieland Electric Ltd – Stand H9 Wieland will be demonstrating the new gesis MICRO connector system, the ideal solution for connecting discreet LED lighting in showcases or shelves where space is at a premium. Free samples of the system will be also available for visitors to the stand. The gesis CONNECT system is so small that it fits into spaces where other connectors can’t go, and only requires a small drilled hole for running the lines through. Easy to install and reconfigure thanks to its ‘plug and play’ functionality, gesis MICRO is matched to the rest of the versatile gesis family. When you buy gesis MICRO you are buying into a complete system that can extend the installation as far as the earth contact plug of the power cord. Suitable for feeding power supply units or low voltage distribution (230V/2.5A, 12V/6A and 24V/6A ratings), gesis MICRO features a backbone comprising one 3-pole and three 2-pole codings complete with adapter cables – with each coding colour being assigned to an application. A 6-way distribution block is also available. www.wieland.co.uk


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