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Raytec Ltd – Stand H5 Raytec have launched the new VARIO IP network luminaires, designed to provide smart, multi-purpose lighting for security and safety critical applications. VARIO IP uses highly targeted and directional light, to fight crime, save energy and money, reduce light pollution, and provide a safe and secure environment. As an IP addressable luminaire, it can be fully integrated into building or video management systems (BMS / VMS). It can be controlled by camera/detectors etc to be activated ‘on demand’ on detection of a subject. This is designed to deter crime and reduce the system’s running cost and environmental impact. The same luminaire can also provide a safe well lit area for pedestrians or workers. Advanced optics with hot-spot reduction technology provides a controlled, even light distribution to avoid under/over illumination. This provides better lighting for both general use and CCTV, and minimises upwards spill and light pollution. Lighting can remotely adjusted in response to live events, for the highest level of security and safety at all times, without having to visit the site – a significant step forward for the lighting and security industry. www.rayteccctv.com


Hamilton Litestat – Stand H23 Hamilton Litestat will be showcasing their new Mercury lighting system at this years’ LuxLive exhibition. Hamilton’s Mercury® Lighting Control system offers a comprehensive, intelligent and easy-to-use LED dimming and controls solution, compatible with most leading LED brands, for controlling basic day-to-day lighting scenarios; from simple dimming to scene-setting programmes which can be set, stored and recalled – all at the touch of a button. The encased dimmer hub is straightforward to access and wire in, plus the installer programmer software allows total flexibility when commissioning the system to client’s requirements. The programmable wall-mounted controllers are available as ‘Capacitive touch controllers’and ‘Mechanical button controllers’ in an array of styles and finishes. Control options include infra-red remote control and wireless control via iPad and iPhone using a downloadable app. This system can be integrated with the Mercury® Multi-room Audio system for an entire lighting and sound package. www.hamilton-litestat.com


Tamlite Lighting – Stand F38 Tamlite Lighting will be launching three major new products, plus an important initiative to help identify high-performance LED products, at LuxLive 2013, where it has the largest stand. Tamlite is taking the opportunity as the biggest LuxLive exhibitor to launch its new mark of assured performance for LED products. The new INFINITY mark makes it simple for its customers to immediately identify LED products that meet technical standards for


excellent light quality. LuxLive also marks the launch of three major new products from


Tamlite. Visitors to stand F38 at Earls Court, London will also get a first look at EXCEL 2020-LED, which features high-efficiency LEDs in combination with a low-glare


optic; HILUX-LED, a high-output option that makes LED suitable for high-ceilinged industrial environments; and EUROWP-LED, an IP65 LED weatherproof, polycarbonate luminaire. www.tamlite.co.uk


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