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CP Electronics T: +44 (0)333 9000671 www.cpelectronics.co.uk


CP Electronics’ sophisticated Rapid EBR-DIN-LCM 5 lighting control system has been installed during the recent restoration of HMS Victory, situated in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. The CP system was the preferred choice of prime contractors BAE Systems Maritime Services, ION Consulting Engineer Ltd and electrical installers SSE Contracting, as it could easily be incorporated into the 18th century vessel without the cost and complexity involved in using other lighting control systems.


LED Light Sheet T: +44 (0)1274 774477 www.ledlightsheet.co.uk


Delmatic


T: +44 (0)208 987 5900 www.delmatic.com


Delmatic are supplying a lighting management and emergency lighting monitoring system for the new Westminster Lodge Leisure Centre in St Albans. Installed by building services contractors Imtech Aqua, the system provides networked control of lighting including testing and monitoring emergency lighting across the site. The system provides a combination of switching and Dali dimming, and includes energy efficient presence detection and daylight-linked control.


Riegens T: +44 (0)1376 333400 www.riegens-lighting.com


New from lighting solutions provider Riegens is Amicus, a slim profile trunking system that can be used with any lamp or gear package to provide continuous row lighting without dark areas. Manufactured from stainless steel with a white semi-gloss coating, the Amicus system is secured with suspended spring clip fixings and comes in lengths from 1 to 5 metres. Once the track is securely in place, the trunking that incorporates up to 9 core wiring looms, can have added various luminare types from micro open reflector optic to industrial highbay luminaires.


Tridonic T: +44 (0)1256 374300 www.tridonic.com


As part of a re-branding exercise, leading bed retailer Bensons for Beds has installed new illuminated signage across its entire estate, making extensive use of Tridonic TALEXXchain Crystal White P560 LED chain modules. Tridonic liaised with signage specialist Sign Gear Systems in the design of the signage to ensure the new branding achieved maximum visual impact with minimum energy consumption. Both companies also worked closely with a number of signage contractors approved by Bensons for Bed’s parent company Steinhoff UK to achieve a fast-track roll out in just five weeks.


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Applelec’s LED Light Sheet has provided discreet illumination to the stained glass entrance canopy of The Aldwych Theatre in London’s West End. The project’s success rested on the delivery of illumination to the canopy which both complimented and subtly enhanced its original design. Constructed with an IP67 rating, LED Light Sheet panels were individually created in bespoke shapes to allow them to be fitted directly behind each section of stained glass. Now illuminated, the canopy has increased the visibility of the theatre whilst retaining the old world glamour of this Grade II listed building which was constructed in 1905.


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