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pick N mix KNX UK


T: 0845 869 5908 www.knxuk.org


Thorn Lighting T: 020 8732 9800 www.thornlighting.co.uk


Focus SB


T: 01424 858060 www.focus-sb.co.uk


The KNX Association introduces the latest generation of the KNX ETS (Engineering Tool Software) programming tool. ETS supports KNX installations and it has now been redesigned with the inclusion of many new functions. The new generation ETS 4 was presented as a Beta version at Light+Building and it makes it possible to implement KNX projects more easily. Furthermore, the use of a standardised open interface allows the exchange of ETS data and integration with other applications.


Venture Lighting


T: 0845 2302222 www.venturelightingeurope.com


Venture Lighting Europe has supplied its Uni-form Pulse Start 200W lamps and control gear, as part of an ‘energy saving conversion kit’, to the Bridgnorth plant of Novelis, a leading manufacturer of rolled aluminium. With only Phase I of the project complete, the company is already reporting a reduction of 50 per cent in (kw) running costs and is now looking to relamp the rest of the facility.


Philips Lighting


T: 0845 6011283 www.lighting.philips.com


Skemersdale, West Lancashire, United Kingdom - Royal Philips Electronics (NYSE:PHG, AEX:PHI), has installed LED lighting at Skemersdale Library making it the first library in Lancashire to use an innovative colour-changing ceiling to encourage wider use of libraries by young people. The system uses iColor Cove LED light fittings from Philips, managed via a ToBeTouched controller, which enables library staff to quickly select different lighting scenes. The work has been carried out in parallel with the Get it Loud in Libraries (GILIL) initiative being pioneered by Lancashire Libraries, which stages live musical performances in libraries.


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Thorn has introduced a completely new series of slim tubular lighting columns. The Alumet range comes with an opal or clear diffuser. The former take twin 54W T5 lamps and the clear diffusers offer three choices of optic: Fresnel rings; a glass top lens to suit a 35-150W HIT-CE lamp or multi-layered directional spotlights for added drama. The spotlights take white or coloured LEDs or 35W HIR-CE 111 lamps. An external lampshield (180 degree) with arabesque or perforated mesh patterns adds further flexibility.


One electrical contractor was so impressed with Focus SB’s home automated lighting system (HAL) that he installed it in his own home and now uses it as a showroom. The system Lee installed mainly comprises HAL 4-600 packs with a mix of Horizon control plates that are all finished in satin stainless steel. Focus SB’s Home Automated Lighting System (HAL) was introduced at the beginning of 2009 in response to demand for an easy to use, simple to install and fully integrated lighting control device.


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