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Display Lighting +44 (0) 161 207 3355


www.display‐lighting.com


Spectrum Miniature LED Pro 1.5W spotlight offers retail, display and point-of-purchase designers a very compact, discreet and robust LED spotlight option. It is available in ten alternative finishes with a fully-adjustable compact head. Add to that the extra functionality of the Spectrum Miniature LED Pro’s alternative beam colour temperatures, compact proportions and a choice of four fixing types and you have the perfect choice for retail or point-of-purchase displays where space is a premium. Utilising the Spectrum Miniature LED Pro combined with the Spectrum LED Pro within displays creates a totally coordinated finish and offers a myriad of lighting design solutions to create stunning, cooler running, highly-effective displays for museums, jewellers, cabinets or any point-of-sale display.


Danlers +44 (0) 1249 443377


www.danlers.co.uk


DANLERS Batten Mount PIR Occupancy controls are the quick fix, low cost, energy saving solution for organisations demanding a reduction in their rising energy costs and with savings of up to 50% the payback period is kept to a minimum.


nu‐era Lighting +44 (0)1376 515 937


www.nueralighting.com


This is a recessed direct/indirect luminaire, which has the added advantage of improved downlight performance via a high output louvre.


CONSTRUCTION: Robust steel body, White powder coated body High output highly polished aluminium central louvre.


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Inspired Lighting +44 (0)844 844 7600


www.inspired‐lighting.co.uk


For this amazing new lamp a traditional Crystal glass has been combined with the latest LED technology and a special production technique.


The lamp design was inspired by diamond cutting: 132 facets have been cut in the crystal, maximising the light reflection and giving the lamp a great illumination power of 320lm from 3W consumption. Also available in a candle lamp version with two colour temperatures which creates a stunning effect and has resulted in this product being awarded The RED DOT Industry Award 2013 for design and innovation.


Fern Howard +44 (0)1420 470 400


www.fernhoward.com


Fern-Howards ground breaking EdgeLED technology creates light sources that are inherently thin - and that has enabled us to design the P5 from first principles, creating a slim square bulkhead with a minimalist design – one that shows off EdgeLED technology to the full. But it’s not only the elegant good looks that makes the P5 special - as with all EdgeLED luminaires, it also provides an exceptionally uniform and pleasant light - no other technology allows us to create this unique combination of slender, stylish design and pleasantly, efficiently, lit spaces. With a robust, die-cast aluminium body that gives improved heat dissipation, and an IP65 rating this is the perfect solution for local authorities, education, public utilities and housing associations.For more information please e-mail marketing@fernhoward.com, call 01420 470 400 or visit www.fernhoward.com


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New to the range are the Batten Mount ‘Spot Detection’ controls featuring a narrow (1.5m) zone of detection, ideal for access points into storage aisles. Also new are the ‘Reduced Height Detection’ Batten Mount PIRs, great for environments with open grid flooring where false triggering can occur from other levels.


These UK manufactured, IP53 rated controls switch lighting loads of up to 10 amps (6A fluorescent) and are simply fixed to the end of a lighting batten.


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