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


+44 (0)1922 457712 www.istl.com


IST’s iDrive LED driver portfolio includes a series of centralized, Ethernet-enabled rack-mounted drivers, offering the potential to significantly reduce installation and commissioning costs by combining the dimming controller, power supply and LED driver in one integrated unit. The iDrive Thor 36 is a 36-channel, high power (2kW) constant voltage LED driver, covering DMX, RDM, DALI, DSI, Art- Net 3, KiNet and Ethernet; the Force 24 is a 24 channel DMX/RDM driver for architainment lighting projects and the White Knight 32 is a 32 channel DALI driver for the white light market.


Boatswain Lighting +44 (0)1462 813600


www.boatswainlighting.co.uk


Jason Boatswain has been designing and manufacturing elegant porcelain lighting since 1998. Boatswains Lighting pride themselves in creating light features, which are both timeless in their appearance and equally appropriate in classic and contemporary environments.


Freeway‐Lighting +44(0)1635 555979


www.freeway‐lighting.com


Seoul Semiconductor have just released a NEW range of COB LEDs (Chip on board) called the ZC Series .ZZC Series. They are available in 7W, 13W, 19W, 26W and 37W types with Warm, Cool and Neutral White Colours


The ZC series is designed to be easily attached to lighting fixtures directly without reflow process, and the thermal management performance exceeds other power LED solutions . Applications include SpotLights, Architectural Lighting, Decorative/Pathway Lighting . Samples are now available from Freeway Lighting Solutions .


The Butterfly Ball is a dramatic spherical chandelier composed of numerous translucent butterflies each embossed with a delicate damask texture. The Chandelier is cleverly designed not only to create the beautiful warm glow that porcelain is famous for but also to cast the most beautiful shadows.


This stunning light feature makes a dramatic centerpiece ideal for use in a variety of Interiors including entrance halls, reception rooms and dining rooms.


The Butterfly Chandelier is available in three sizes ranging from 800ø to 500ø.


Ex‐Or


+44 (0) 1942 719229 www.ex‐or.com


For 30 years Ex-Or has provided products of the highest standard for its customers, supported by their expertise in innovation and manufacturing reliable lighting control solutions. To demonstrate their confidence in their products, Ex-Or now offers a 5 year warranty on their product ranges which include LightSpot and MLS Sensors, Connect and Connect Digital Lighting Control Modules, as well as MLS Lighting Control Systems. This further underscores Ex-Or’s commitment to provide products that customers can literally fit and forget. In addition to 100 per cent manufacturing line testing, Ex-Or also subjects products to various tests to ensure dependability.


CP Northern 0845 0755884


www.cpnorthern.co.uk


CP Northern has played a key role in providing the new Library of Birmingham with a versatile lighting system that optimises energy efficiency and can be configured in many different ways. The lighting management system supplied by CP Northern also manages emergency lighting, which comprises of specially finished LED emergency luminaires.


Opened in September 2013, the 31,000m2 Library of Birmingham is one of the largest public libraries in the world and has replaced Birmingham Central Library. The building comprises a spacious entrance and foyer with mezzanine, lower ground level with indoor terraces, four further public levels and two outdoor garden terraces.


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