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Helvar T: +44 (0)1322 222211 www.helvar.com


The new driver brings Helvar’s range of lighting control products within the compass of Tridium’s renowned Niagara AX framework, allowing integrators to directly access Helvar networks. Integrators can then configure and initiate control and query commands through both the Digidim and Imagine Routers, providing dedicated Helvar controls within wider building management systems. This enables access to the lighting controls from the internet, bringing all the benefits of remote monitoring using a single M2M (man to machine) interface.


Optime Lighting T: +44 (0)1462 441 920 www.optime.co.uk


Leading specialist manufacturers of bespoke lighting, providing high quality decorative lighting, design and manufacture. We are at the forefront of Energy Saving


Technology and many of our fittings can be adapted to incorporate LED’s & Compact Fluorescents. With a strong supplier network throughout


Europe we can offer a wide selection of Classical and Contemporary lighting from leading European Designers and Manufacturers.


GE Lighting


T: +44 (0)800 169 8290 www.gelighting.com/eu


GE Lighting has announced the launch of its new website and E-Catalogue. The new website has been designed to provide the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation and functionality throughout, allowing customers to access detailed product information and videos with the option to share information across all major social networking sites. The site includes extensive product information to help customers understand GE Lighting's complete range of lighting solutions. The website will provide a detailed overview of GE Lighting’s capabilities across a wide range of sectors, including retail, office and outdoor.


RIDI T: +44 (0)1279 450882 www.ridi.co.uk


RIDI has launched its RK-LED – a circular luminaire which comes pre-fitted with a microwave sensor for absence/presence detection. Ideal for corridors and stairwells, RK-LED features a robust opal acrylic diffuser, durable steel housing and two LED modules for extended life and optimised heat distribution. Effective either wall or ceiling mounted, the onboard sensor is also adjustable to suit the requirements of its setting with both light duration and brightness open to manipulation. 1200lm and 1500lm versions are, both with an onboard battery for emergency lighting.


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Light Projects T: +44 (0)20 7231 8282 www.lightprojects.co.uk


The dramatic yet subtle lighting of a sample of Moon rock at the London Science Museum, is one of Light Project’s latest specialist projects. Located in the ‘Exploring Space Gallery’ to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Apollo 15 Lunar mission when it was collected, the moon rock is housed in a nitrogen-filled glass container so it is isolated from Earth’s atmosphere. Specified by Jonathan Howard of DHA Designs, the LEDStar 3 from Light Projects was chosen for this unique application. With its superior colour rendition, this bespoke lighting fitting is ideal for this exhibition because it is both small and discreet and so does not distract from the moon rock itself.


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