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Sylvania Launch RefLED SA111 to Replace Halogen Product


With the popularity of LEDs due to their energy efficiency and long life, Sylvania has launched the new RefLED SA111 to replace the halogen SA111 lamp and meet the demands for LED replacements of halogen products. Ian Major, Product and Marketing Manager – UK Lamps, comments: “End users have woken up to the benefits of LED technology and are looking for equivalents to replace their existing lamps. The SA111 halogen is a hugely popular format and there was a real need for an LED version. Our new RefLED SA11 the same attractive design as the halogen equivalent and we have managed to achieve this by placing the LED’s at the back of the antiglare shield to keep the aesthetics the way architects and designers love them.” The RefLED SA111 has an aluminium patented spiralised reflector design that delivers uniform light distribution.


Western Power Distribution Set to Save 35 Tonnes of CO2 a Year


Western Power Distribution (WPD) has enlisted commercial lighting specialist, Litenow Limited, to upgrade 1,049 of its fluorescent lamps. Using Save It Easy, a plug-in device from Energys Group, Litenow was able to slot the replacement low-energy T5 lamps into the


existing fittings at the WPD site. Due to size and technical differences between the old-style fluorescent lamps and new T5 lamps, previous practice for upgrading energy-efficient lighting was often to replace all the light fittings – a wasteful approach to carbon reduction. However, thanks to the innovative Save It Easy converters, WPD was able to reduce energy use without the expense, waste and disruption of replacing the light fittings. As a result of the project, WPD is expected to reduce its annual lighting energy consumption by 45%, saving 65,798 kWh of electricity every year, which translates to an annual cost saving of £8,480.


House Crashers and EnvironmentalLights.com Transform


Fourth Home Renovation EnvironmentalLights.com, a leading source for high-quality, energy-efficient LED lighting products, will be featured in its fourth episode of House Crashers, a hit TV show on US channel the DIY Network. Their dimmable LED strip lighting and LED under cabinet light systems have proven to be a contractor and homeowner favorite. “We really enjoy working with the House Crashers team to design LED lighting systems to fit their home renovations,” said co-founder and vice president of EnvironmentalLights.com, Anne Thorson. “It has been so rewarding to work with them and see the beautiful results, and we hope that this partnership continues for a long time.” In order to control the brightness of the LED lighting, the House Crashers team installed a Leviton Magnetic Dimmer and 240 Watt 12 VDC dimming power supply, as


recommended by EnvironmentalLights.com. This system offers the homeowner the flexibility to control the lighting and atmosphere of the space.


Martin Professional to Celebrate 25th Anniversary


It's Martin Professional’s 25th Anniversary year and they’ve decided it’s time to celebrate! To mark the company’s quarter of a century in the entertainment lighting industry, Martin will be celebrating with a variety of special activities in 2012, including anniversary events at trade shows throughout the year. Incorporated in 1987 as a producer of disco lights and fog machines, the Danish-based company has grown over the past 25 years into one of the leading manufacturers of dynamic lighting and video displays. Martin’s MAC line of moving heads alone has sold over 350,000 units.


“2012 marks our 25th anniversary year yet it is also remarkable in the fact that it marks the year in which our LED-based products total more than 50% of our sales, emphasizing our technological leadership in the entertainment lighting industry,” stated President and CEO Christian Engsted, who has been at the helm of Martin Professional since 2005.


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