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To advertise in this section please contact Holly Croot on T: 07828 608162 or email holly@a1mediamagazines.com GE Lighting


+36 1 447 6399 www.gelighting.com/eu


Sainsbury’s has partnered with GE Lighting for its first all-LED store. As part of the cooperation, the latest Sainsbury’s Leek is the first supermarket installation in the world to utilise GE’s Lumination Linear Suspended luminaires. The new LED lighting delivers a 59% energy saving that is helping to contribute towards Sainsbury’s 20x20 Sustainability Plan, as well as enhance the shopping experience for customers. GE Lighting worked with Sainsbury's to create a scheme that utilises multiple LED lighting solutions to maximise energy savings, lower carbon emissions and extend maintenance cycles, but at the same time enhance the shopping experience for Sainsbury’s customers.


Astro


+44 (0)1279 427001 www.astrolighting.co.uk


HACEL


+44 (0)191 280 9911 www.hacel.net


Hacel continues to develop their class-leading range of LED luminaires with the new iMod LED grid light module. Reduced energy consumption alongside efficacies in excess of 79lm/W, the distinctively styled iMod LED with a ribbed polycarbonate refractor and micro fusion film is fully compliant with the SLL Code for Lighting 2012-offering luminance limits below 3000cd/m2 at the 65° cut off and is a direct replacement for LG7. Boasting outstanding performance with an LOR of 0.89, the iMod LED by Hacel offers a choice of colour temperatures- 3000K, 4000K and 5000K with selectable wattages of 24W and 36W. Designed and manufactured by Hacel - the iMod has a three year warranty against total failure.


Greenlux


+44 (0)845 371 0877 www.greenluxlighting.com


The Soraa MR16 range comprises of three types of lamp. The Vivid, which offers superior light quality, while being 75% more energy efficient than comparable halogen lamps - available in 2700K, 3000K and 5000K correlated colour temperatures. The Outdoor MR16 which meets and exceeds the halogen lamp while saving 75% of the energy- available in 2700K and 3000K correlated colour temperatures. The Premium which is the only LED MR16 lamp in the world with light output equivalent to a 75W Halogen MR16 lamp.


Astro’s new Fuse reading light performs its task effectively, while making a subtle statement. The discreet cylinder which houses the LED is usable right or left handed. It can be orientated in the desired direction, and can be mounted horizontally or vertically in masonry and stud walls or a bedhead. Fuse comes in bronze, polished chrome, white and brushed anodised aluminium. It can be supplied switched or unswitched and comes with a 3W LED. Astro received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in International Trade in July this year.


Basis Lighting


+44 (0)20 7284 2040 www.basislighting.com


Basis Lighting’s family of Constant Current LED engines known as Hedgehogs can be run at 350, 500 or 700mA with outputs ranging from 600 to 3000 lumens. Colour temperatures of 2700°, 3000° and 4000°k with high CRI’s are available with either Bridgelux or Citizen LED’s. Hedgehogs are matched to highly efficient reflectors with beam angles of 15°, 25°, 30° and 40° and are used throughout our lighting range. They can be retrofitted into some existing 35mm or 50mm fittings when used with the appropriate constant current driver.


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