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incredibly slimwith a depth of only 14mm,whichmeans that it strikes that important balance in the design between creating an extremely bright light box and a sophisticated display yet a delicate appearance can still bemaintained. ACDC’s G product has been causing a


stir in the retail lighting sector. G is a track spotlightwith a difference, incorporating LEDs to delivermetal halide level performancewithin a stylish luminaire. G celebrates the flexibility of LEDs as a light source by creating a free flowing spotlightwith a dramatically curvaceous form. G uses 12 LEDs in a unique curved arrangement and is based around a revolutionarymains voltage, LED track system, and is available in a choice of beamangles (12, 18, 30 and 45 degree) and the full range ofwhite LED colours.Whilst traditional retail track lighting ismeant to remain hidden, this product openly demonstrates the retailers’ use of cost-saving, energy efficient LED technology. Detailed attention has been paid to the


lighting atWarner’s Budgens in Bidford on Avon. The store format has been given an overhaul, and features a series of distinct product zones, including a wine cellar, bakery and delicatessen. BÄ.RO Lightingwas chosen to provide lighting to help define these product zones by providing a high quality sensory experience,with amodern fresh feel while protecting the produce on display. The solution also needed to be cost efficient and energy saving in order to benefit froma Carbon Trust interest free loan. Upon entering the store the customer


experience begins immediately in the lead aisle,which has a food hall affect with its high ceiling and suspended feature pendantswhich produce a cosy, warmlight effect to highlight the locally supplied fresh produce and bakery. Fromhere the customer enters the


main body of the storewhere BÄ.RO has placed its linear high efficiency T5 fluorescentwith cold-light effect to reinforce value formoney ambient offerings. BÄ.RO also provided a punch light effect to the gondola ends to promote impulse purchasing. Finally, before arriving at the checkout zone, the customer’s senses are once again triggered by the sharpwarm-sparkle light effect of thewine department`s accent lighting. John Chamberlin, UK sales director at


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Microlights, says the UK retail economy has remained relatively buoyant;with the sensibly financed companies buying up the casualty sites of the not so sensible ones and refitting them. ‘Aswell as benefitting fromthis,Microlights is also workingwith UK retailers going abroad via franchise agreements. UK brands


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