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euroLED 2012 Show Supplement


Spirit Circuits Limited – Stand LED 135 Spirit Circuits Limited are UK manufacturers of Printed Circuit Boards and leading manufacturers of Metal Clad PCBs (MCPCB), with over 20 years’ experience. We are an independent supplier and therefore able to offer technical help and advice on materials for performance, function versus cost. Spirit Circuits also has many unique services designed to aid its customers, particularly at the prototype stage. From small volume fast turnaround, through to high volume production, at Spirit Circuits we are able to offer you a complete service backed up with technical know-how. www.spiritcircuits.com


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Photometric Testing - Stand LED 303 Photometric Testing will launch its new service for the photobiological safety testing of lamps and lighting at euroLED 2012. Measurements are performed in accordance with BS EN 62471 and the Artificial Optical Radiation Hazard Directive (AORHD). The company’s light measurement specialists will also be on hand to discuss customers’ photometric, optical and photobiological safety testing requirements. Information on Photometric Testing’s training courses in light measurement will also be available. www.photometrictesting.co.uk


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LUX-TSI – Stand LED 218 LUX-TSI offers independent performance, safety and environmental testing services for the lighting industry. Through its 2 approved testing laboratories, LUX-TSI offers its customers a suite of testing services to international standards. Our stand at euroLED will be showcasing our different service offerings and we are delighted to be complimented by our UL partners, who, in conjunction with LUX-TSI experts, will be on hand to discuss all your testing and certification needs for LED and lighting products on a global basis, including CE, CB, ENEC, Energy Star, Lighting Facts and UL recognition. www.lux-tsi.com


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