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+49 2932 9000 9800 www.bagelectronics.com


Intelligent lighting solutions manufacturer b,a,g, Electronics will be showing products from its wide portfolio at LuxLive, with the help of an ingenius LED ‘playwall’ with new ‘Gen 2’ Modules and ECG’s. b,a,g, will be launching a new 70W T8 Single and Twin ballast and 28W 2D ‘Matchbox’ ballast to complement their existing range, whilst the company’s popular Novarius control gear for outdoor luminaires, featuring energy saving GeoDIM technology, will also be on display. Offering unique protection against lightning strikes, the units can accept voltage peaks of up to 10kV and set new standards for exterior HID lighting systems.


Megaman


+44 (0)845 408 4625 www.megamanuk.com


Phoenix Contact


+44 (0)845 881 2222 www.phoenixcontact.co.uk


Phoenix Contact is now offering plug connectors for rigid and flexible LED PCBs. The white plug connectors were specifically designed for LED applications. They can handle currents up to 10 A and voltages up to 25 V. The PTF butt connector joins together two flexible circuit boards, and the two-pin and four-pin versions already have conductors connected for the inputs. With a total height of just 4.2 mm and a width of 9.2 mm, the plug connector is suitable for installing 8 mm-wide LED strips in guide profiles. A built-in locking mechanism ensures a secure connection to the PCB.


Charles Endirect


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


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.


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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The Megaman stand at LuxLive 2013 will again be based on another distinctive theme to follow on the tradition and is sure to reel the visitors in. Following the recent launch of a variety of new products, the show will give Megaman the opportunity to exhibit these for the first time. Products at the show include the LED Professional range which has been specifically designed for decorative light fittings. Other ranges on display include the Economy range of LEDs specifically designed for the domestic market. This product family incorporates Megaman’s most popular lamp shapes such as the Candle, Classic and GX53.


STAND F20


STAND F53


STAND C39


STAND F20


STAND D45


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