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EuroShop 2011


Taking place every three years, the mammoth EuroShop event is the show for the retail sector, taking place from 26 February – 2 March at Fairground Düsseldorf. More than 1,800 exhibitors from some 50 countries will be taking part in this year’s show, spanning 15 halls. At this year’s show there will be a varied range of lighting technology demonstrated, so we have brought you our pick of the best.


Martin Professional – Hall 11, Stand E52


Pictured is the Martin Tripix Wash, just one of the delights to be demonstrated on Martin’s stand. The Tripix Wash is a stylish IP66 fixture with great colour mixing, thanks to pre-mixed LEDs and custom lenses, which eliminate unwanted colour separation. The result is no colour shadows and a broad palette, including stunning whites, subtle pastels and vibrant saturated colours. The Tripix Wash is ideal for installations such as flood lighting the sides of buildings or uplighting applications requiring high output (1400 lumens) from a narrow source. Available in very narrow, narrow, medium or wide beam angles, the Tripix Wash also works seamlessly with the existing Tripix linear fixtures – Tripix 300 and 1200. www.martin.com


Artemide – Hall 11 Stand E46


The Artemide stand will be packed with many delights, including the Nur family, designed by Ernesto Gismondi. The range of suspension lamps is available in many versions: Nur with a 55cm diameter body, Nur 1618 with a 90cm body and Nur Mini with a 36cm body. Finishes available include aluminium, anthractie, rust, white gloss and black gloss. www.artemide.com


This month’s EuroShop features a great deal of lighting technology.


Abbey Lighting – Hall 11 Stand B53


Since the launch of the first in Abbey Lighting’s new LED lighting range, the LUNA 1, 2, 3 in September, the product is fast gaining popularity for its powerful energy saving 3W Cree XRE LED beam replacing the traditional choice of 12V 50W dichroics. To keep up with the increasing demand for LED lighting, the company will be launching new additions to the LED range at EuroShop 2011. The new ranges will include exciting LED POS lighting for jewellery cabinets, under shelf and innovative cosmetic display lighting, and in addition will be showcasing its fully tailored made manufacturing capabilities. ww.abbeylighting.co.uk


Xicato – Hall 11 Stand D56


Xicato will show the Spot Module range developments being launched at Euroshop to luminaire manufacturers, including up to 50 per cent efficacy increases and 100 per cent flux increases. The new Xicato Spot Module range that will be demonstrated has efficacies of up to 68lm/W at 700mA, with 400, 700, 1000, 1300 and 2000lm versions and CCTs of 2700K, 3000K and 4000K, a CRI of >80. The modules will be shown in luminaires from many manufacturers, which will highlight usage beyond accenting to general lighting. www.xicato.com


Roblon – Hall 13 Stand C47


In addition to its ranges of fibre optic lighting systems, Roblon will be showing its new Libra and XPO-led showcase and display case ranges at this year’s Euroshop. Exclusively available in the UK from the Light Projects Group, these inventive collections use LED technology – a first for Roblon. Its LED range features LEDs with a high colour rendering with high quality reflector optics for superior white light quality and control. They feature individual LED modules that can be replaced independently on-site as required, not only making them more sustainable but also saving time and money on expensive removal and replacement. www.lightprojects.co.uk


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