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Hamilton Litestat T: +44 (0)1747 860088 www.hamilton-litestat.com


Energy efficiency is becoming a fundamental prerequisite of any project, and LED lighting is a key element in reducing these costs. Hamilton’s Mercury® Lighting Control system offers a comprehensive, easy-to-use solution for controlling basic day-to-day lighting scenarios from simple dimming through to scene-setting programmes. It is also available with DMX control for complex LED colour washing effects, meaning that the user can do anything from manually dimming a light to creating colourful lighting programmes that can truly transform spaces of any size.


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


A Delmatic lighting control system has been installed at Bectontree Heath Leisure Centre to provide networked control of lighting within key areas of the building. Utilising the open technology of Lon for high-speed, energy-efficient control of lighting, the system optimises energy efficiency through multi-sensor daylight linked dimming, presence/absence detection or microwave detection throughout the leisure centre. This is controlled via the head end PC in the manager’s office or, for greater flexibility, at the touch screen interface at reception.


CP Electronics T: +44 (0)333 9000 671 www.cpelectronics.co.uk


D-Mate from CP Electronics is a lighting control system that brings a high level of functionality to small and medium scale applications at an affordable price. As such, it enables sophisticated lighting control to be introduced from offices and meeting areas to restaurants, hotel rooms and other applications where more costly systems would not be viable. Built around the versatile DALI protocol, D-Mate offers a range of easy-to-use features including four independently dimmable lighting circuits for scene setting, presence/absence detection and maintained illuminance.


Collingwood Lighting T: +44 (0)1604 495151 www.collingwoodlighting.com


Collingwood Lighting has added the DMXT to its range of LED colour changing controllers. This wall mounted touch screen controller could not be easier: simply touch the colour wheel, watch the LED change colour and create the atmosphere you wish. Featuring 8 functions including on/off, dimming and capable of storing 6 preset colours, the DMXT is a great addition to Collingwood’s impressive range of colour changing products. Now the colour of your lighting can match or lift your mood. It’s your choice at a simple touch.


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IST Ltd T: +44 (0)1922 457712 www.istl.com


IST Ltd has announced the launch of the iDrive® DALI+ range of single channel, dual-protocol DALI and 1-10V dimming constant current LED drivers. The DALI+ is one of the most comprehensive ranges of DALI drivers on the market, featuring 24 highly optimised LED driver models in power outputs ranging from 10W to 42W, which implement over 90 advanced commands from the official DALI BS EN 62386-101:2009, including the extended LED DALI instruction set. The DALI+ range offers an excellent compatibility experience for installers and the drivers work with most leading DALI occupancy and daylight control sensor systems.


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