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


0845 869 5908 www.knxuk.org


The KNX UK Association's Installation of the Year award was given to Entech for the ITV (Orange Building) Offices in Salford Quays. EnTech were asked by client BAS to streamline the design and delivery process of the building control system to be installed at the offices. EnTech’s design team suggested a full KNX field bus solution to cover all aspects of the lighting, HVAC, metering and sub-system monitoring, enabling all services outside of the core plant areas to be picked up by the KNX bus. The solution dramatically reduced installation times and costs as there was no longer the need for multiple cabling for separate systems.


Havells Sylvania


0870 606 2030 www.havells­sylvania.com


Buttonlites


0845 465 5585 www.buttonlites.com


Launched towards the end of 2013, Buttonlites have already made a big impact for such a small product, with over 100,000 units sold already. Buttonlites are flame-free, wire-free, battery-powered LED lights which create a candle-free soft, diffused light, and come in a variety of white and colour changing models. Used by forward thinking event organisers, florists and wedding stylists, Buttonlites enhance flower arrangements, lanterns, pom poms or other decorative displays. Each light has a lifespan of 36+ hours and can be turned on and off


repeatedly in that timeframe – making them a much more flexible alternative to a tealight.


iGuzzini


+44 (0)1483 468000 www.iguzzini.co.uk


iGuzzini’s Laser Blade Wall Washer illuminates a vertical wall perfectly, from the edge of the ceiling over the entire perpendicular extension, without unwanted areas of shade near the ceiling. The secret of Laser Blade Wall Washer is its patented optical unit: a combination of reflectors and optical screens. Careful technological study has produced an optical layout consisting of an oblique internal reflective part (which directs light as far as the upper edge of the wall) and a front refractive, prismatic surface. Laser Blade Wall Washer can be used in combination with the general lighting and high contrast versions.


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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Concord has introduced the Mini Continuum LED luminaire to its extensive range of linear luminaire systems. Offering continuous, highly uniform and yet discrete lines of light across walls and ceilings, the Mini Continuum LED can be vertically and horizontally recessed, semi- recessed, surface-mounted and suspended dependent on individual lighting requirements. Flexible in positioning, yet classic in design, Mini Continuum with an overall lit surface width of only 51mm is an ideal luminaire for offices, meeting rooms, corridors, education facilities and libraries. Mini Continuum is available in a complete range of joinable LED modules from 0.6m through to 3.6m in length.


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