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Sustainable lighting corridorFUNCTION


Looks, Performance and Flexibility


LED innovation from Emergi-Lite saves on installation time, energy use and maintenance costs.


Corridor function from


Tridonic provides energy saving without the need for complex controls.


Simply switches from a safe background level


to full output when light is needed.


Ideal for: Schools Hospitals Commercial offices


Retail and Industrial applications


Serenga LED emergency lighting integrates LED advances in light sources and compact modular electronics to achieve stylish and high performance emergency lighting solutions.


 Serenga Sun-Lite –a range of discreet recessed downlighters


 NEW Serenga Sun-Lite surface mounted downlighters –for open areas with solid ceilings


 Serenga Escape – a highly versatile range of modular exit signs


Tridonic UK Limited Aurora House


Hampshire International Business Park Crockford Lane Chineham Basingstoke


Hampshire RG24 8LB


Tel. +44 (0)1256 374300 Fax. +44 (0)1256 374200 enquiries@tridonic.co.uk www.tridonic.com


Thomas & Betts Ltd, Emergi-Lite


Bruntcliffe Lane, Morley, Leeds, LS27 9LL Tel 0113 281 0600 • Fax 0113 281 0601


Email emergi-lite.sales@tnb.com • Web www.emergi-lite.co.uk


For more information or to discuss your projects please call 0113 281 0600 today quoting ALA10 or visit www.emergi-lite.co.uk


Request your


brochure now


Serenga LED Emergency Lighting


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