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Gamma Continues to Expand it’s Range of LED Luminaires


LOBO Reveals This Year’s PALME Multimedia Showcase


German company LOBO has been working on stunning laser shows for over 25 years, and as technology has improved these spectaculars have become increasingly advanced. This year the specialists will present one of their most advanced showcases yet.


CREOS is the name of their eight-minute long sci-fi multimedia show, which will integrate multi-layered video and water screens with LOBO’s award winning Sparks lasers and many special effects.


“This show production is a technological milestone in multimedia entertainment due to its sophisticated combination of real video, computer-generated imagery and lasers,” promises LOBO creative director, Alexander Hennig.


Gamma Illumination has extended its leading LED portfolio with the launch of the new adjustable GTX-RF LED gimbal, ideal for a range of retail and leisure accent lighting applications. The GTX-RF is an adjustable LED gimbal luminaire that has been designed to extract character and sparkle from the RF round faceted reflector. Manufactured from die-cast aluminium, the GTX-RF has been engineered for optimal technical benefit transfer, from the exceptional Xicato XSM LED module, as well as ensuring ease of installation. Through incorporating the Xicato XSM LED module, the GTX-RF provides excellent colour consistency. It has a 1 x 2 step MacAdam ellipse tolerance, which outperforms the ANSI standard of a seven ellipse tolerance, and has outstanding colour rendering properties of up to Ra 95.


Klik Systems Works with University of New South Wales


Klik Systems have annouced their collaboration with lighting designers at Arup in Sydney, to provide bespoke lighting for an outstanding new research centre at the University of New South Wales.


Tim Carr and Tim Hunt of Arup Australia were the lighting designers on this project, and their lighting challenge was to meet the stringent limits imposed as part of the targets set by the Green Building Council of Australia for ‘6 Star Green Star’ status. “I have a great relationship with Klik Systems, and had no


trouble getting them to come in to discuss the concept I had in mind,” said Tim Hunt at Arup. He particularly wanted to bring intimacy to the lighting at the bottom of the atrium. He and the team at Klik devised 12 bespoke standing lights, which are useful down-lights but also provide warm ambient light to the atrium above in a technically innovative way.


West Sussex County Council Saves 29 Tonnes of CO2 Through Innovative Lighting Upgrade


The County Hall headquarters of West Sussex County Council in Chichester has reduced its lighting energy consumption by a staggering 40% as a result of a project to replace its old fluorescent lamps with energy-efficient equivalents using the retrofit converter device, ‘Save It Easy®’ from Energys Group. “We needed a lighting solution that could allow the new, energy-efficient fluorescent lamps to be slotted into the existing fittings,” comments Nicola Winser, Carbon Management Officer at West Sussex County Council. “Save It Easy seemed to fit the bill. We undertook extensive trials of Save it Easy, which was enough to convince both our energy management and maintenance teams that a retrofit solution was the right one for the Council”.


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