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Toshiba T: +44 (0)1932 841600 www.toshiba.co.uk/lighting


The new PackOmni is a competitive LED downlight that incorporates Toshiba’s removable LightEngine LED light source. The LED light source is no longer integrated into the luminaire, which makes the PackOmni future proof and reduces the amount of waste. Furthermore it allows the flexibility to change the colour temperature and beam angle easily to match the needs of the lit space. It also features dimming capabilities to maximise energy saving potential.


Robus T: +353 1 709 9000 www.led.ie


Lighting for Gardens Limited


T: +44 (0)1462 486777 www.lightingforgardens.com


Elipta is adding a new model to its extensive range of teak bollard lights for the professional garden lighting market. Cumulus is a 70cm high 12 volt LED teak bollard light incorporating a 3w LED module, which projects a soft pool of light onto the ground – perfect for subtle lighting of driveways, terraces, decking and paths. The body is made of natural teak from a sustainable source and will weather naturally in the garden. Elipta supplies a full range of ground burial power supplies and transformers for small or larger installations.


Light Projects T: +44 (0)20 7231 8282 www.lightprojects.co.uk


Roblon Lighting has launched LED light generators for their collection of fibre optics fittings, which are exclusively available in the UK from Light Projects. These LED options can offer the same light output as traditional light sources but for 75% less consumption. This makes them a perfect choice for new and retrofit installations where energy-efficient light sources are required together with long lamp life (35,000-50,000 hours). They are also ideal for locations where the preference is for totally silent operation or where little or no heat is generated.


Philips T: +44 (0)845 601 1283 www.lighting.philips.co.uk


Combining functionality and simple, clean aesthetics, Decoflood² LED is a comprehensive range of three LED floodlights designed for architectural outdoor lighting. Completing the existing Decoflood² range with LED based proucts, these new floodlights offer the best optical system in a pure clean design that can be perfectly integrated in the architectural environment. Available in two types of white, three solid colours (red, green, blue), as well as tuneable white and RGB versions, the rangeis designed to deliver the optimal lighting effect, from high-powered floodlighting to more subtle accent effects.


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ROBUS continues to meet the requests of stockists and end users with the launch of the ROBUS TRILED, an LED downlight designed for superior performance across all applications. This fitting is a replacement for a 50W halogen downlight; designed using the highest quality components to produce class leading LED performance. The TRILED’s unique design includes a remote 700mA driver with Philips integrated chip, and an optics design that maximises the light output of the CREE LEDs. The TRILED is compliant with Part L Building regulations, is suitable for installation in Zones 1 and 2 and will retain the integrity of 30, 60 and 90 minute fire rated ceilings.


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