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Sparkle for Apassionata’s ‘By the Light of the Stars’


Europe's entertainment horse show, Apassionata, has just completed its ‘By the Light of the Stars’ tour. The event visited 30 European cities between November 2010 and May this year, with more than 500,000 tickets sold. Altogether, 45 horses starred on the specially-created stage, captivating audiences with their charm. To reinforce the story, the entire Apassionata manège was continuously bathed in different-coloured lighting, giving extra depth to this equestrian theatre. Lighting designer Henning Schletter used, among other effects, 20 impression 90 RGB, 12 impression 240 XL and 36 Ypoc 700 CMY heads, from Germany’s leading LED moving head manufacturer GLP.


CP provide lighting control system for new hospital


Staffordshire based lighting specialists CP Northern have designed and installed a lighting control system that is hoped will significantly reduce energy costs whilst providing state of the art technology. The lighting control system operates in conjunction with the nurse call and bed occupancy systems which helps both the safety and privacy of patients. “The automated lighting control system throughout the building offers full daylight linking which measures the amount of natural light coming into individual areas and reduces the amount of artificial light needed to maintain the desired pre-set programmable lighting levels” said James Hart, Project Director at CP Northern.


GlacialLight are providing energy efficiency across the globe


GlacialLight, a sub-division of the experienced technology manufacturer GlacialTech Inc., is pleased to announce that their well-designed, environmentally- friendly lines of LED lighting products are being used in


numerous applications around the world and providing users with energy-saving light of the highest quality. In the Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung, Marrons Cake Factory has greatly benefited by replacing their traditional T8 tube lights with GlacialLight’s 595 x 595mm LED Panel Lights. Since the switch, Marrons has seen a 61% reduction in energy used for lighting, as well as better light quality. Like Marrons, consumers around the world using GlacialLight’s products are reporting energy savings and increases in lighting quality.


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Cree LED 22-Watt Spotlights available in FZLED's PAR38-03 series


FZLED, reveals a stunning new range of 22-Watt LED Spotlights featuring cutting edge long-lifetime high power Cree LEDs. The PAR38-03 series is a simple, money-saving, plug-and-play replacement for inefficient traditional lights in E27/E26 sockets. Options include both switch dimmable and non-dimmable versions, with a clear or frosted lens. FZLED's PAR38-03 series is an excellent choice for all interior locations with options for both a warm white (FZL-PAR38-03- WW-22) and a cool white (FZL-PAR38-03-CW-22) version. The WW-22's warm 3000K illumination provides 1300 lm with a Color Rendering Index (CRI) of more than 80, while the CW-22 achieves 1500lm with its bright 6000K beam. FZLED puts lighting power back into the hands of the customer. Users of switch dimmable models can quickly choose their desired brightness by pressing the power on/off switch to step through the four options: 12%, 25%, 50%, or 100% of full light intensity.


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