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MR16 5W


Best value 5W LED bulb with 85% efficiency. No flicker or noise. Giving 290 Lm. Available in 2800/4000/6000K.


GU10 5W


High heat dissipation rate giving 270 Lm. Available in 2800/4000/6000K.


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SPOT 9W High efficiency Nishia LEDs 9W spot light.


(Korea) LH-35 LED (35W) downlight


Patented heat dissipation method, best in class. Available in E27 or E40.


LH-08 FAWOO-Korea 8W downlight


Direct replacement for 100W spot lights. PAR30/38


(Korea)


MR16/GU10 &W (50W) MX30 X LEDs


From Korea’s old LED manufacturer Direct 50W Halogen replacement.


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


Korea 8W downlight 1607 X LEDs MR16 version in various temperatures.


Korea 8W downlight DL-72PD 8 inch dimmable 45W downlight.


(Taiwan) GU10 LED 6W downlight =


GU5.3 LED 7W downlight 6W


50W


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


= 7W 50W


Exclusively imported and direct to you; Some are exclusive to us


All Lamps International UNIT 3, JUPITER COURT, SURBITON, KT5 9NN


t: 0208 337 1917 www.alllamps.co.uk 66 www.a1lightingmagazine.com


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