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SELUX UK T: +44 (0)1926 833455 www.Selux.co.uk


INTERIOR neo is a new generation of luminaires constructed of glass and polished aluminum. The design provides freedom with style and flexibility with application. The utilization of all visible light is the key to the neo luminaire philosophy - pure aesthetics in design, material, and technology. In pendant, chandelier and wall mounted units and with flexibility of diffuser type and colour, neo offers a universal, quality light system.


MJ Lighting T: +44 (0)1829 741702 www.mjlighting.com


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


Harvard’s CoolLED drivers provide a high performance solution for powering high-brightness LEDs from a mains supply. The power factor corrected class II CoolLED Kompact driver has fully-isolated SELV output, delivering up to 33W of power with the choice of switchable output currents; 350mA/700mA or 500mA/1000mA. A compact footprint makes it ideal for installing in track mounted spotlights. 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.


MID Lighting T: (0)1494 437 962 www.midlighting.co.uk


A recent installation at St Thomas’ Hospital by MID lighting uses their newly extended Slimline range incorporating T8 LED lamps. Available with a Microprismatic controller, louvre or Satine Blend opal diffusers this solution combines the unique properties of the LED lamp with the high efficiencies of Microprismatic diffusers and polished aluminium reflectors to produce Light Output Ratios of 73% for the Microprism and 75% for the louvered version. Standard Slimline 3 lamp T5 is just 60mm deep and is ideal for corridors and offices, the Slimline T8 is 90mm deep and still provides the same flexible solution and is available with integral emergency.


Mantra Lighting T: 0844 844 7600 www.mantralighting.co.uk


World renowned designers at Mantra have once again surpassed all expectations with the release of their new ranges for this season. Using new materials and the latest manufacturing techniques the collection Cool is an example of their determination to produce the lighting of tomorrow today. Cool is available in IP44 and IP65 making it perfect for those projects requiring designer lighting in any environment. Cool is just the first in a range exciting new products of this kind. Mantra with its superb diversity of designs is sure to have a product to meet your needs. For more information on this collection or any of the other new exciting products simply contact the sales department.


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How do you save energy without sacrificing light quality? Answer... Using high quality products that are great value for money. MJ Lighting Technology Ltd manufacture bespoke architectural LED lights in the UK and also supply high quality LED products for energy reduction. Our energy saving range includes; LED High Bay lights from 100W, a wide range of LED Panels, slim line and traditional style, some with remote dimming capability. LED bulbs include MR16 and GU10 that provide in excess of 60 lm/W, a new 3W candle bulb and range of PAR LEDs. All of these save energy without sacrificing quality.


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