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


Helvar has announced the launch of MIMO3, a constant light sensor for simple, automatic control of all lamps, including high output and efficiency T5 luminaires. Designed to achieve maximum energy savings, MIMO3 offers easy installation, fingertip adjustment (200-600 lux) and a slim profile that fits direct to the lamp. The new MIMO3 sensor will control up to 15 Helvar 1-10V electronic ballasts and drivers and, when mounted, hangs just 18mm below the lamp. The clip versions can be retrofitted to existing T5 or T8 luminaires, connecting directly through an integrated cable to the control input.


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


GE Lighting has announced new additions to its dimmable solutions range of retrofit lamps. The range includes 5W-6.5W LED GU10 lamps, and will now include 7W-7XW LED MR16 lamps. The range offers the aesthetic qualities of conventional lamps, substantial energy savings and a replacement life of up to 25,000 hours (L70), making them an ideal solution for retail and hospitality. The LED MR16 and LED GU10 lamps offer the flexibility to replace traditional lamps commonly used for down lighting and accent lighting applications.


KNX UK T: +44 (0)845 869 5908 www.knxuk.org


Magdelan House, an 80,000 sq feet office facility refurbished for Sefton Council, has been provided with an energy reduction of 50%. As part of Sefton Council’s energy drive, the requirement was for the operating philosophy to be changed to absence detection in the majority of the building, with movement detector override in other areas. The installation features the Durable Technologies DLC 100 Intelligent Marshalling Box with Daylight harvesting. KNX UK member Electrak has supplied the Lightrak KNX lighting control system, comprising FFD050 Lighting Controls Modules and FFB040 Movement Detectors.


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


A stunning lighting scheme for the ESPA Life at Corinthia, a spa in London’s new Corinthia Hotel, is the culmination of a painstaking three-year vision by Lighting Design International with the help of some Fibre Optics from Light Projects. To realise their vision, LDI approached Light Projects to supply a creative mix of Roblon Fibre Optic lighting, which would provide a stunning atmosphere and inviting pool area. Using fibre optics with Aquarius fittings, light is cast up from the bottom of the stainless steel pool and passes through the ever-moving water, creating dynamic patterns on the white ceiling while illuminating the entire room.


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Sill Lighting T: +44 (0)1844 260006 www.sill-uk.com


Sill has provided the lighting for a £13.5m Southend Swimming and Diving Centre that will be the training base for the British Olympic diving team prior to the London 2012 games. Working with architects, Archial, and consulting engineers, Silcock Dawson & Partners, Sill achieved the brief through the use of an uplight and downlight combination for Garon Park. Some 82 of their 458 series Plane Projectors with 250w and 400w Osram HCI-TM Powerball lamps were installed in the diving and main pool halls for high levels of illuminance without glare. HID fittings and brackets are coated in a white RAL 9010 powder finish over a chlorine resistant base coat.


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