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Philips Lighting delivers affordable LED solutions with their summer introductions


This month Philips Lighting further expands its LED portfolio with a selection of new products and range extensions including both luminaries and lamps, with a focus on affordable quality to further drive LED adoption. Amongst the new solutions are an open protocol controls system, the first of the new CoreLine range - designed specially for the trade channel - and solutions for retail and hospitality environments.


New additions to the MASTER LEDlamps range With the launch of 5 new product families, a number of retrofit lamps will hit the market including candle and spot MasterLED options.


Amongst the range update is the MASTER LEDspot MV D 6-50W, the first perfect fit replacement for the halogen GU10 50W. Delivering significant energy-savings, this is also dimmable solution.


Ideal for retail and hospitality applications is the groundbreaking MASTER LEDspot MV 8-50+W CRI 90. With an even higher light output, this lamp delivers a high colour rending factor of 90, which is ideal for retail and hospitality environments.


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CoreLine - providing an affordable LED solution for traditional fluorescent applications CoreLine is designed for use in a variety of indoor applications, providing an LED alternative for traditional fluorescent solutions. Suitable for recessed or surface mounting, the eye catching design within a slim profile allows for easy installation and the square and rectangle format factors provide flexibility.


New to the LuxSpace downlight range is LuxSpace Accent LuxSpace Accent features the latest LED technology, resulting in low power consumption comparable to CDM solutions, and delivers consistent light output, stable color performance and high colour rendering. Ideal for fashion and food retail applications, this high-quality accent light delivers a high lumen package thanks to a dedicated reflector system.


It is available in three versions – fixed, adjustable, elbow. All offer a compact look and feel, and a perfect fit. They are very easy to install, and their long lifetime means an end to the hassle of relamping.


Create an inviting ambiance with Vaya Cove and Vaya Shelf lighting These new affordable LED lighting solutions aid the creation of atmosphere and mood in hotels, bars and restaurants. Vaya Cove is an economical and effective light fixture designed for cove and accent lighting application. Slimline in design, Vaya Cove is available in a variety of lengths and white or dynamic RGB.


Vaya Shelf is an extremely cost-effective and reliable linear LED fixture providing white light in shelf and under-counter lighting applications. Available in a choice of two lengths, three tones of white and operating on standard 24 V DC power, this product is versatile and easy to use.


Achieving maximum efficiency through lighting controls As an industry-leading innovator for over 25 years; Philips is synonymous with the creation of sophisticated, user friendly and energy-efficient lighting control solutions for a wide range of industry sectors. Philips now adds this recognized lighting know-how to the open world of KNX and DALI, to provide maximum energy savings, comfort & flexibility.


The Philips LightMaster range has been developed to ensure easy integration into today’s modern office environment, for either retrofit or new installations by maximising the effectiveness of KNX and DALI.


To see more details on these and other products, please visit www.philips.co.uk/lighting, or email lighting.uk@philips.com with your enquiry.


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