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140 TECHNOLOGY / NEW PRODUCT HalersH5 500 Trimless


Collingwood Lighting This latest addition to the Halers LED range is available in neutral white and warm white, the product is suitable for installation at the initial design stage or as part of a wider refurbishment due to the way in which it is fitted. The H5 500 trimless housing is plastered into the ceiling at the build stage whilst the LED light itself is fitted later, once building work is complete. This method eliminates the need for the use of a bezel. The product produces 80% more light than a standard halogen fitting and 40% more than a standard GU10 LED fitting and operates at just 8.5W.


www.collingwoodlighting.com


Supernova Floor Lamp Deltalight


Belana LED Trilux


An ideal solution for the modern office and achieves the required balance between performance and aesthetics. Elegant and stylish, the Belana LED is extremely energy efficient providing 82 luminaire lumens per watt and a fully dimmable control gear. Developed with back-lit satin diffuser panels, Be- lana creates a harmonious and soft lit appearance, while also offering energy efficiency. Belana delivers 82 lumi- naire lumens per watt along with fully dimmable control gear as standard, helping to ensure long-term energy costs are reduced and the necessary light output can be managed. www.trilux.com


A white upright lamp on a white, circular base which goes off at an angle of 90º at the top and is connected by a quick-release attachment to a white, semi-transparent disc. The disc is fitted with LEDs and hence is limited in thickness. Point it downwards and you have a reading lamp; point it upwards and you create a lovely indirect light on the ceiling. www.deltalight.co.uk


Parade S-20 40 Recessed


Griven The Parade S-20 40 Recessed is available in RGBW, DW, CW and WW versions. These modular, super flux and high luminance recessed linear LED modules feature an IP67 weather protection rating along with a compact size and a light weight manageability. They can be installed in-ground for use in pedestrian areas and fitted with 20 or 40 LEDs grouped in clusters of 4 LEDs each, the combination of RGBW LEDs and photometric distribution efficiency offering a high light output quality. www.griven.com


Okapi LED GE


Offering an ideal combination between the aesthetic and functionality, this luminaire is the perfect solution for the replacement of conventional luminaires with traditional light sources. Available in 20W, 30W and 44W, the product is designed to meet a life expectancy of 50,000 hours. This reliable system offers more than 12 years of service life, reducing maintenance frequen- cy and expense. It can be mounted in three ways, the side and post top mounting options are ideal for street lighting whilst the decorative mounting option works well in pedestrian areas, walkways, parks and gardens. www.ge.com


GRAFT Zumtobel


With a luminous power of up to 27,000 lumens, GRAFT, designed by Arup, works with a wide range of applications, providing precise light direction for square or narrow-beam light distributions. Luminous fields that do not overlap add extra unifor- mity and efficiency to every lighting solution. Therefore, fewer luminaires are required and investment costs are significantly reduced.The luminaire is available in neutral white (4,000 K/CRI Ra 80/88 lm/W) or cool white (6,500 K/CRI Ra 70/100 lm/W) making it the optimal solution for any application. www.zumtobel.com


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