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Review Xicato


Xicato was delighted with visitor response to its innovative stand at this year’s Light+Building, and their unusual position outside on the Agora Piazza attracted a lot of attention. The stand featured three main blocks, including a hands-on workshop for trying out luminaires containing Xicato modules from over 50 different manufacturers. Xicato's new Point Module (XPM), was the main launch, and was awarded second prize at the Architektur + Technik Innovation contest. www.xicato.com


Toshiba


Our booth was very busy and we saw great interest in design-driven solutions like Gimbal LED Spot 111 that would bring the benefits of LED in accent lighting applications with an emphasis on retail areas and museums. The new E-core LED Tracklight 1200 replacing CDM 20W and halogen fittings, and the E-CORE LED Baselight that fits 600mm2 ceiling grids employed in commercial buildings and offices also proved popular because of their design and cost-effectiveness. www.toshiba.co.uk/newlighting/en


RCL


RCL were delighted with reactions to the new iDirect lighting control system at Light+Building. Designed specifically for the iPad, this new app allows spotlights to be intuitively adjusted in pan, tilt and dim level using simple gestures. Easy to set up, installations can be divided into locations and lights selected using the light table or reflected ceiling plan viewer. iDirect is ideal for projects with a large number of fixtures or particularly high ceilings. www.rclighting.com


REUTLINGER


At this year´s Light+Building Frankfurt´s suspension experts had a proverbial home game: they registered an increase of nearly 50% in the amount of visitors to their exceptionally well-received new exhibit. REUTLINGER´s comprehensive competence in all aspects of load suspension was vividly displayed with what has become this company´s familiar flair: from trend-setting solutions for lightweight LEDs to the safe and secure installation of super-heavy light clusters for stage and theater applications. Anyone who has followed the significant technical progress achieved by REUTLINGER since the first LightBuilding in Frankfurt cannot help but be anxious to see what they come up with for the next one. www.reutlinger.eu


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