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158 TECHNOLOGY / LIGHT SOURCES & GEAR PRODUCT GUIDE


7W 12V LED MR16 LEDON


LED AR111 Megaman


With a similar size as halogen AR111 lamps, MEGAMAN’s LED AR111 range includes patented Thermal Conduc- tive Highway (TCH) technology which has superb heat dissipation, lighting performance and lumen maintenance. As a result the MEGAMAN LED AR111 range lasts up to 13 times longer and uses 80% less power than halogen equivalents. www.megamanlighting.com


LEDON has added 7W 12V LED MR16 lamps to its extensive product portfolio of LED reflector lamps. The new spots have a luminous flux of 330lm making them perfectly suited for replacing conventional 35W halogen MR16 spots. Thanks to their compact dimensions, (53mm length x 50mm diameter), they are one-to-one replacements for exist- ing halogen-based light sources. The new low voltage version boasts a warm white colour temperature of 2700K and is available in beam angles of 25 (1300 cd) and 35 degrees (750 cd). www.ledon-lamp.com


LED MR16 Sylvania


The Sylvania MR16 LED is the first retrofit MR16 LED replacement lamp to achieve 450lm without the use of an active cooling fan. Manufactured at Sylvania’s state-of- the-art facility in Tienen, Belgium, the lamp benefits from European build quality, performance and reliability – and because, unlike other similar lamps, it does not incorporate a cooling fan, the MR16 LED is quiet in operation. The new lamp can be used in any existing MR16 luminaire – even IP rated ones with a protective lens – which other products are unable to do due to the cooling fan protruding too far. www.havells-sylvania.com


LRP38 LED PAR 38 Cree


Dimmable MR16 / GU10 GE Lighting


GE Lighting has announced new additions to its dimmable solutions range of retrofit lamps. The range, which currently includes 5W-6.5W LED GU10 lamps, will now also include 7W-7XW LED MR16 lamps. The range also offers the aesthetic qualities of con- ventional lamps, substantial energy savings and a long replacement life of up to 25,000 hours (L70), making the LEDs an ideal solu- tion for retail and hospitality applications. Both the LED MR16 and LED GU10 lamps offer specifiers the flexibility to replace traditional lamps commonly used for down lighting and accent lighting applications. www.gelighting.com


The LRP38-230V LED PAR38 lamp com- bines the vibrant colour of halogen with the efficacy and longevity of LEDs. The LRP-38 provides higher efficacy and longer life than ceramic metal halide, delivering 600 lumens of 94 CRI light while achieving 50 lumens per watt. This performance is achieved by com- bining the high efficacy and high-qual- ity light of Cree TrueWhite Technology. The LRP38-230V is available in a warm colour temperature and has a 20-de- gree beam angle. www.cree.com


E-CORE Reflector LED Toshiba


Toshiba’s range of LED reflector lamps has been extended to include GU10, MR16, AR111, PAR20, PAR30 and PAR38 lamps. The new MR16 9W is designed to replace 35W MR16 lamps and the new E-CORE AR111 15W is designed to replace 50W halogen AR111 lamps. Designed to replace Halogen lamps, this range of LED lighting products consumes up to 85% less energy than its Halogen counterpart and will also last up to 17 times longer. www.toshiba.co.uk/lighting


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