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SAXBY LIGHTING +44 (0)845 053 1190. www.saxbylighting.com


The Fuego COB LED fire rated downlight is the ideal choice for both function and style, combining high light output, energy efficiency and long life expectancy. These fittings come complete with dimmable driver with optional slim line bezels available to suit individual requirements.


These fittings offer up to 840 lumen output, 30,60 & 90 minute fire protection, are IP65 rated and dimmable; a strong combination of features which make these fittings stand out from the crowd. Providing high light output combined with low energy consumption saving an average of £25 per annum per fitting; these are a great choice for both domestic and commercial applications. The low profile design makes these discreet and attractive, supplied with white bezel as standard but with the choice of both satin nickel and chrome available as an optional extra. Natural and warm white options are both available from stock. For further information please visit www.saxbylighting.com or call 0845 053 1190.


LUX-TSI +44 (0)1656 864618 www.lux-tsi.com


LUX-TSI is the UK independent accredited Photometric, Energy Performance and Safety Testing Laboratory.


LUX-TSI proudly announce an expansion in capabilities and a move in to a new 25,000 sq foot state of the art European centre of Excellence for LED and Lighting product testing. With the new facilities they will be able to offer the lighting industry LM-79 testing with new state-of-the-art Type C Goniophotometer. LUX-TSI are also able to offer Life testing from LED Chips to full luminaires following LM-80 and testing for the Eco-Design directive and ECA scheme. Another new addition to LUX-TSI’s vast list is the new photobiological safety course which carried out with our partners NPL. The course will be run by Dr Neil Haigh who has over 20 years industrial experience in the photonics industry working in the areas of lasers, LED and fibre optics. If you’re interested in this training course or any of the other services we offer please contact us.


CARCLO OPTICS 01753 575011 www.carclo-optics.com


Carclo Optics Launches the Mini Hubble Range! Carclo Optics has extended their freeform optics range with the introduction of the new Mini Hubble Series. The new optics are available as single and cluster configurations - the latest to join the Mini Hubble family is the 2 x 2 array and is on display at the Luxlive Carclo Optic stand (F1). With the addition of Mini Hubbles, Carclo Optics now has a freeform optic to suit your requirements whatever they may be. The range conforms to numerous standards including US Type 1 - 5 and European ME street lighting.


Mini Hubble Features: • Customisable fixing locations available • Location pins • 3 screw holes • Recess for glue or tape • Carclo Optics has a Brand New Website! Carclo Optics was the first to bring you the ability to search for the perfect optic or reflector online. The Optic Select search engine has been updated - leading to a smoother experience, higher levels of precision and clearly displayed results. The whole site has been refreshed and includes information on the latest products, upcoming exhibitions and worldwide contact details.


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