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Ex-Or T: 01942 719229 www.ex-or.com


Following on from the success of the popular BattenFit sensors, Ex-Or’s range of simple to fit batten-mounted sensors has been extended to include Ingress Protection (IP) versions. The BattenFit, from lighting control specialists Ex-Or, offers advanced occupancy detection technology in a package which is quick and easy to fit to a batten-style luminaire.


This purpose-designed detector family offers a range of functionality to suit all applications in an aesthetically pleasing design.


Tridonic T: 01256 374300 www.tridonic.com


Tridonic’s new Talexx Crystal LED module chain has been designed to highlight complex contours, letters and symbols for signage, light boxes and sail installations. Tridonic’s Talexx Crystal has a high lumen output of 103 lm DL per module (100lm CW) and utilises an optimised converter system (4950+ lm per chain at 60W) to provide bright, precise lighting. The LED module chain has a high efficacy of 82 lm/W – DL and is flexible as the small, robust modules can be split and used in different sequences.


Delmatic T: 020 8987 5900 www.delmatic.com


Delmatic has supplied a lighting control system that includes emergency testing and monitoring for Bosworth House, part of De Montfort University in Leicester. Throughout the building, a key criteria for the lighting was that it should be energy efficient whilst providing a comfortable and pleasant working environment for students and staff alike. Delmatic worked closely with JS&P to deliver a good design solution based on their experience within the education market, which would meet the needs of each space. Corridor lighting is controlled on a circuit basis whilst the luminaires in classrooms and offices are equipped with DALI addressable dimming ballasts.


Light Projects T: 020 7231 8282 www.lightprojects.co.uk


Over 300 metres of stylish Exhibitor Series festoon lighting has been used at More London. The Exhibitor Series is a specialised wet-area festoon lighting system widely used in amusement parks, shopping centres, and promenades. Using the latest 0.48w state-of-the art LEDs enclosed by clear globes 500mm apart, the lighting creates a bright and clear link with the existing large globes at this popular Thames walkway between Hayes Galleria and Tower Bridge. Tokistar Lighting Systems are exclusively available in the UK from the Light Projects Group.


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Atria is only one of a huge range of innovative and unique new products being launched by Diyas Lighting this month. Atria boasts a modern double layered stainless steel surround connected by 60 LED capsules creating a spectacular effect. The inner smoked glass pendant houses standard E27 lamp holders and by utilising the supplied remote control the customer can control the light source they wish to use. As well as launching state of the art products is an amazing selection of high quality crystal designs Diyas has become renowned for. With simply too many fantastic new products to mention, be the first to receive the new catalogue by contacting the sales department today.


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Diyas Lighting T: 0844 844 7600 www.diyaslighting.co.uk


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