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Havells-Sylvania T: 0207 011 9700 www.havells-sylvania.com


With the launch of the new 350lm ES50 from Sylvania, retrofit LED lamps have finally come of age. The new lamp is the first LED retrofit to have the power to replace a 50W halogen whilst staying within the limits for maximum lamp dimensions specified by IEC. This ensures it can be fitted into all GU10 and GZ10-type luminaires- without compromise – opening-up the benefits of LED lighting to the whole lighting market. The 350lm ES50 is the first of several Sylvania LED lamp products scheduled to be launched in the coming months.


CP Electronics T: 0333 900 0671 www.cpelectronics.co.uk


The Hi-Sense two-channel PIR presence detector from CP Electronics features unique lens technology to deliver exceptionally high sensitivity within its detection range. It has been specially developed to save energy in areas with demanding spaces and mounting heights, such as high bay applications in warehouses, factories and retail ‘sheds’. Hi-Sense is quick to install, incorporating a specially designed mounting mechanism. Commissioning is also easy using a hand-held infrared remote control that enables programming from ground level.


GE Lighting T: 0800 169 8290 www.gelighting.com/eu


The fine architectural details of London’s iconic Tower Bridge will be clearly visible at night for the first time in its 118 year history thanks to a project that will see more than 2 km of GE Lighting’s Tetra Contour architectural LED lighting installed on the bridge’s stone and metal work. A London 2012 Sustainability Partner, GE’s system will help cut energy consumption on the bridge by as much as 40% and will be based on the company’s architectural lighting series Tetra Contour LED. Supplied in 2.44m lengths, it takes the form of a flexible LED light engine that can be moulded on site to fit the shape of architectural features.


Delmatic T: 020 8987 5900 www.delmatic.com


The new Delmatic Metro Desktop Touchpad from Delmatic is a versatile controller that helps to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions whilst giving users unparalleled control of their local environment from a single device. As such, the Touchpad is a wireless controller with intuitive context-sensitive graphical screens and a wide selection of software- configurable functions. Controllable parameters include light levels and lighting scenes, temperature, glare/shading and audio-visual functions – all from an interactive, desktop device.


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Riegens T: 01376 333 400 www.riegens.com


Hot off the press is the new Product Capabilities catalogue from Riegens Lighting. Offering a variety of specifically selected luminaires across the Riegens range, the catalogue inspires the user to experiment with a variety of different types of illumination. Each page provides in-depth data on individual products whilst also advising the user which luminaires are best for optimum light control and energy efficiency. With the increased demand for bespoke lighting, the catalogue reinforces the company’s strengths in design and functionality. Each page lists IP ratings along with lamp data to make specification simple.


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