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


New from CP Electronics is the UNLCDHS, a compact infrared handset designed for simple operation, configuration and programming of the company’s products that have been designed for programming via IR and/or RF. The UNLCDHS offers a USB connection that can be used for saving device settings and updating the handset’s software, and allows a direct programming connection for specific product ranges. The UNLCDHS handset complies with: PRM, DD, AD, Vitesse Plus and offers two way communication with the An-10 range.


Projection Lighting


T: +44 (0)1618 726868 www.projectionlighting.co.uk


High Output Metropole - New from the AlphaLED range: This high output, track mounted, adjustable spotlight is designed for the architectural market. With a contemporary aesthetic in black or white, it has a professional range of accessories and three beam angles, including a high accent factor, ultra narrow beam. It is available in a range of colour temperatures, colour rendition of up to CRI 98 and up to 2000lm.


DALI Lighting T: +44 (0)1908 324054 www.dalilite.co.uk


DALI Lighting, the supplier of LED lamps, has announced the launch of an innovative new scheme that allows customers to switch from expensive to run halogen lighting to energy efficient, true like-for-like equivalent LED replacements, with no upfront costs. Under the ‘Get turned on’ initiative, DALI Lighting offers to supply all of the major brand name products such as Philips, Osram, Toshiba, GE products without initial capital outlay. Then, over a period of 12-18 months the customer makes regular payments to purchase the LED lamps.


EYE Lighting T: +44 (0)1895 814418 www.eyelighting.co.uk


The FEC Cera Arc ACE EX and FEC Cera Arc ACE PRO are ranges of high- efficiency direct retrofit Ceramic Metal Halide lamps to replace Mercury Vapour lamps (MVL), with no need to change the fixture or control gear. The lamps not only provide vast increases in lumen output and colour rendering in comparison to the existing MVL whilst also consuming less energy, but also offer lumen output and lamp life exceeding those of metal halide lamps in the same wattage category, making them a perfect and cost-effective solution for a wide range of installations, facilities, and settings.


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Have you ever tried using coloured lighting filter in front of a Cool White LED fitting? It ends up looking so different that if you did not know better you would think it was a totally different colour. The problem is made worse when mixing Cool White LED and Tungsten sources together, trying to get a colour match is virtually impossible. To help fix this problem, LEE Filters have launched a new range of LED Filters. These filters, when used on Cool White LED fittings (>6000K), have been designed to give a visual colour match to existing LEE colours on Tungsten (3200K). Try to think of them as a range of colour-corrected colours as opposed to colour temperature corrected.


Lee Filters T: +44 (0)1264 366245 www.leefilters.com


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