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Harvard Engineering T: 0113 383 1000 www.HarvardEng.com


Harvard’s CoolLED 40W driver comes with a 5V auxiliary fan output as standard. The power factor corrected driver has fully-isolated SELV output delivering up to 40W of power and is compatible with all major LED modules including Xicato 2000 Lumen XSM, Philips Fortimo and Osram PrevaLED. The highly efficient driver is the ideal LED retrofit solution for track mounted spot lights. As a leading manufacturer of drivers, and an experienced partner to the world’s leading lighting companies, the company delivers perfectly engineered products for bespoke lighting solutions.


SMD Lighting T: 01942 492 200 www.ledfluorescentlamps.com


SMD Lighting is a new form of LED technology, through which Ronfell Group aim to reduce energy consumption by 60-80%. SMD lights last up to ten times longer than traditional lamps and, because of their long life and high durability, maintenance and re-lamping costs are reduced. Because they contain no gasses or mercury they are also 100% safe. Coming in a variety of forms, such as floodlights, street lighting, high bays and more, these SMD lights are for all uses.


Helvar T: 01322 282272 www.helvar.com


Helvar has launched a new range of control panels for its DIGIDIM range of lighting control products. The new designs refresh the look of existing plates while retaining the build quality and functionality for which Helvar products are renowned. The new panels offer larger buttons and restyled faceplates to give increased aesthetic choice for the end-user. The DIGIDIM modular panel range is supplied pre-programmed, so will work out-of-the-box and is easily reconfigured to customer or application requirements. DIGIDIM modular panels are fitted with LEDs to indicate which scene has been selected, and, an infrared receiver for additional control options.


Click Scolmore T: 01827 63454 www.scolmore.com


Click Scolmore has launched its own iPhone App bringing instant access to its entire collection of wiring accessories, lighting and home automation products. Downloadable via a 3G connection for iPhone, iPad and iTouch, installers and specifiers can use the App to browse the complete range of products and add selections either to their Favourites or to the Quote Basket. The app then allows you to email the contents of the basket back to yourself providing all the information you need to obtain any quotations.


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The above shows the Bubble rings in 600/1000/1800/3000mm on the same suspension. Several arrangements can be made. The Bubble Tourbillon features concentric rings mounted within the largest ring which swivel independently. The range is in impact resistant polycarbonate and in opal, orange and other colours. The Bubble has been specified for the Google headquarters in Silicone Valley, the Ferrari World Park in Abu Dhabi and other prestigious projects including conference areas, exhibition halls and retail parks.The Bubble is part of a comprehensive range for buildings, residential, hospitals and all other interior projects.


Nulite Lighting T: 01278 792121 www.nulitelighting.co.uk


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