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Megaman UK


Megaman UK has chosen ARC 2011 for the official launch of its new LED series that includes the AR111, the GU10, the GX53 and the MR16. The company has also decided to invest in a retail zone to demonstrate the important role lighting plays in the shopping experience. The ‘Retail Pod’ has three distinctive areas; a restaurant, a jewellers and a working bar, to demonstrate what can be achieved with its LEDs in terms of design, style, illuminance, aesthetics and colour. www.megamanuk.com


Projection Lighting Stand M43


ARC sees the launch of the most advanced LED luminaires available, the high output, 2000 lumen AlphLED from Projection Lighting. This is the first LED luminaire to combine high output with excellent consistency and uniformity for life. It offers high quality colour rendering and requires no maintenance. Using the Xiacato module, this new output will be available with the Nimble, Universal Open, Universal Adjustable, Gyro Cube and Washer luminaires. In addition, a new range of high output 2200 downlights, the Slot Scoop and Slot Fixed, will be unveiled. The Universal Open is the only LED product to be Energy Saving Recommended and was the winner of the Lighting Association’s Commercial Product of the Year 2010. www.alphaLED.co.uk


DANLERS


DANLERS designs and manufactures a range of daylight linked dimmers, which enable lights to be automatically dimmed or brightened to compensate for fluctuations in available daylight. The lux level at which the switch will automatically control the lighting can be adjusted. Within the range there are versions to suit either 1–10 Vdc or DSI dimmable ballasts. Daylight linked dimming can make significant savings on energy bills and reduce carbon emissions. www.danlers.co.uk


Stand M35A


Stand M7


Stand M23B


Mr Resistor


Mr Resistor will be demonstrating a GU10 LED 7W dimmable lamp at the show. Part L compliant, the LEDGU107 is designed to fit in any GU10 lampholder, and is fully dimmable with all leading edge dimmers (not recommended for trailing edge dimmers). It offers an energy saving alternative to halogen GU10 50W lamps. Available lens angles include 15, 30 and 45 degrees. www.mr-resistor.co.uk


Crescent Lighting The comprehensive Endo LEDZ range will be well represented at the show, and new LED downlights manufactured in the UK featuring Bridgelux, Xicato and Philips Fortimo LED modules will also feature. Also on the stand will be Doodle, an interactive piece of light art by Leolight, which uses Crescent BPAK fibre optic cable. A hit at Luminale in Frankfurt last April, Doodle is sure to create much ‘hands on’ interest in its first outing in the UK. www.crescent.co.uk


Stand V10


Sill Lighting Three new projectors make their UK debut this year from Sill Lighting. WindowLighter is a discrete luminaire with complex LED optics for edge-to-edge lighting of window reveals without glare. Aeriel is Sill’s stylish LED projector with one, two or three adjustable modules giving almost limitless combinations of beam shape, direction and colour. Also on display will be a new shape for Sill, the 111 projector, plus the most popular products of this year – the 021, 453 and 141 LED projectors. The Apollo and the Troja represent Pracht’s tough range of high performance IP rated fluorescent luminaires. www.sill-uk.com


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