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132 TECHNOLOGY / LIGHT SOURCES


Nostalgic Clear 10W=60W Panasonic


Retrofit Range Osram


A60 7 W LED Ledon Lamp


Featuring unique Center Mounting tech- nology this product aims to recreate the same design as incandescent bulbs, with an extra warm glow at 2700 kel- vin. There is little difference between the light produced by this product and incandescent bulbs. A two year warranty is also offered, along with an A-Energy rating with 83% Energy Saving, 25,000 hours (e.g. 25 years at usage of 2.7 hours per day), 100,000 switching cycles and more. www.panasonic.eu/energy


Osram divides the LED retrofit lamps in its portfolio into two segments: LED Superstar and LED Star. LED Superstar lamps offer particularly good light qual- ity, are all dimmable with many cus- tomary dimmers, have a lamp life of up to 30,000 hours depending on lamp type and are available in all classical shapes. In addition, every lamp is guaranteed for four years. The second segment is the lower-priced LED Star line that can replace conventional 60-watt incandes- cent bulbs. www.osram.co.uk


BR30 LED Lamp Toshiba


Ledon Lamp recently had two prod- ucts featred as ‘best buys’ in the May edition of Which? magazine. Boasting a colour rendering index of Ra = 90, the lamp by the Austrian premium supplier features a luminous flux of 400 lm and a wide beam angle of 210 degrees. Thanks to its warm white light colour due to a colour temperature of 2700 K, the lamp creates a cosy feel-good at- mosphere in every situation. The LEDON 7W A60 LED lamp is also available in a dimmable version. Like all LED lamps by LEDON, the new 7W lamp boasts a service life of 25,000 hours. www.ledon-lamp.com


Firetech Led Lamps Aurora


LED Bulbs Epistar


This LED lamp features high efficacy and a HV red and blue combination with LED chips from Epistar inside. Fea- turing 800lm LED bulbs, the product is omni-directional in 330 degrees and CRI reaches 90. Designed by Epistar, the product offers different flux and colour temperatures are available and is ideal for interior decoration. www.epistar.com.tw


The new higher lumen output BR30 LED lamps, which serve as a direct replace- ment for 65-watt incandescent bulbs. With a rated life of 40,000 hours, the BR30 is ideal for recessed downlights and open hanging fixtures. Now avail- able in 2700K (820 lumens) and 4000K (920 lumens) colour temperatures, this dimmable fixture is manufactured to ANSI standards and is rated for damp locations. www.toshiba.com/lighting


Featuring CrystalCool technology that reduces the LED junction temperature by 30% for a higher quality, this product offers brighter light for longer. The next generation in thermal management, these retrofit lamps use the world’s smallest active heatsink. Purchased together, both products are guaranteed for 5 years. www.auroralighting.com


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