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GU10 5.5W 345Lm Havells-Sylvania


The RefLED Coolfit GU10 5.5W 345Lm is an extension of the GU10 LED lamps. The lamp, which has been shortlisted for the Lighting Design Awards 2014, has been designed to operate at a cooler temperature allowing it to be used in enclosed luminaires such as fire-rated downlights, IP65 downlights and small spotlights. The lamp is also capable of delivering 50,000 hours of life when operated in open fixtures. Combined with the product’s low colour shift, it is an ideal solution for retail and display lighting, ensuring consistent light output. www.havells-sylvania.com


Megaman Available in 17W and 24W models, is the first LED solution that directly com- petes with ceramic metal halide lamps. With similar dimensions, it can easily be incorporated into existing and new fixtures. With its superior colour char- acteristics, superb lumen maintenance over life, instant start and hot re-strike, dimming capabilities, no UV and low maintenance costs it is a new revolution in high power accent lighting. www.megamanuk.com


OMNI-Lamp


LED Integral Integral’s new OMNI-Lamp is heralded as the innovation that will trigger the mass adoption of LED lighting. The GLS and Candle versions look, feel and weigh like an incandescent bulb. Ceramic filament COB chip technology has dispensed with the need for heavy drivers and heat-sinks. The GLS has an illumination of 470lm at only 4.6W power consumption – breaking the A++ barrier at over 100lm/W. Light distribu- tion is cast across 330 degrees which is comparable with conventional lamps. www.integral-led.com


LIGHT SOURCES Array Series


True Candlelight Verbatim


Candlelight LED lamps allow users to experience the warmth and ambience of candlelight. Delivering 1900K colour temperature, the white light spec- trum and intensity of the LED closely matches a real candle flame. Ideal for use in decorative lighting fixtures such as chandeliers, wall sconces and table settings, the 2.5W VxRGB candle LED has an E14 base fitting and optics that feature a flame tip design. Verbatim’s VxRGB Natural Vision range also includes a 6.5W MR16 Natural Vision LED lamp that produces 170 lumens output. www.verbatim-europe.co.uk


Optiled Optiled’s Array Series is the definite replacement for the traditional halogen AR111 lamp. The series provides flex- ible directional accent lighting and is suitable for any shop display. www.optiled.com


ChromaLit Linear Intematix


ChromaLit Linear brings the benefits of remote phosphor technology to high volume commercial, industrial linear lighting applications. Linear delivers pixilation-free uniform lighting with a colour consistency maintained within 3 SDCM part to part, enabling clean and consistent lighting while eliminating the binning challenges inherent with white LEDs. ChromaLit Linear can deliver from 500 to 2000 lumens per linear foot. Delivering up to 130 lm/W at 1000 lm/ft, ChromaLit Linear en- ables highly efficient low cost lighting systems. www.intematix.com


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