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Left: Aurora’s SOLA i9 LED downlight. Below: Harvard Engineering’s dimmable LED drivers deliver dimming capabilities across a wide range of output currents.

drivers deliver dimming capabilities across a wide range of output currents, which means users can maximise their energy savings and create different levels of lighting by smoothly dimming LEDs at specific times.

The DALI drivers allow customers to use digital programming to set different lighting and ambient levels for displays, thereby maximising their investment. The 1-10V analogue drivers can be simply programmed with a fixed or variable resistor and deliver high efficiency as well as high power factor. Harvard’s DALI drivers are being installed in a wide variety of buildings across the UK and Europe including for example, retail outlets, car showrooms and hotels. The company’s full range of DALI and 1-10V analogue drivers includes 350mA, 500mA, 700mA, 1000mA, and now 1.2A and 1.4A versions after Harvard recently extended its range of dimmable LED drivers. The range is being further enhanced this year with the launch of the ‘Leading’ and ‘Trailing’ Phase Triac Mains dimmable drivers. Aurora has launched an integrated LED


fire rated recessed downlight to help comply with Part L1 of the latest building regulations.

The SOLA i9 (AU-FRL903) is the latest addition to Aurora’s LUNA SOLA energy saving and fire rated ranges. This integrated 9W LED fire rated downlight provides both a dimmable and non-dimmable solution, making it a viable product for almost any application. It produces 450lm at 50Lm/W and exceeds the light output from a 50W GU10 halogen, helping with compliance for Part L1 of the Building Regulations. The 9W version comes with a seven year limited warranty and delivers a hefty 82 per cent energy saving. Aurora’s senior lighting designer Tom Miller says: ‘This product displays many of the advances in both LED and fire rated technologies that we have made over the last year. With the fitting achieving 30, 60 and 90 minute fire and IP65 ratings you can use this throughout; one fitting for all domestic applications.’ Lumenal has provided bespoke LED lighting displays to enhance the visual experience at Bristol Aquarium. To create

the right ambiance for the aquarium environment, the design brief specified that the lighting must illuminate only the murals and information panels, leaving the remaining areas of the exhibition rooms dimly lit. Lumenal created specially designed LED lamp fittings in wall mounted and ceiling suspended configurations to focus beams onto these points of interest only. This was achieved through the manipulation of the lamps’ beam angles, as well as expert analysis of distances between lamps and display items.

Lumenal’s LED strips can be manufactured to fit the exact length of individual displays. This was the case at the aquarium, to ensure illumination of the full length of the aquarium’s mural, display and information boards. The sleek lighting’s discreteness was facilitated by the bespoke design of the fittings and brackets provided by Lumenal, some of which were powder-coated black to ensure that they do not detract attention from the illuminated elements.

Image courtesy of High Technology Lighting

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