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Trimless Profiles Orlight


These plaster-in trimless profiles provide a solution creating striking linear lighting schemes. The profiles are designed to take advantage of the Or- light range of LED Strips. The LED strip is rated to IP65 and can be dimmed to suit a wide range of applications. The profiles are constructed from barstock aluminum with a polycarbonate diffuser that eliminates the LED trail to give you uniformity of light. Up to 2600 lumens per meter are achievable when used in combination with Orlight’s EVOPlus2 LED strip. These profiles are available in customisable lengths up to two me- ters that can be joined together. www.orlight.com


SATURN 180 INGE Lighting Systems


This pendant LED luminaire with passive heat sink stands out for its variety of applications and modifications. Its round aluminium body with a diameter of 180mm makes it perfect for illumi- nation of theatres and multifunctional centres. Available with 16° or 36° optics, in white 3000K,4000K or 6000K and also in RGB and RGBW. Additionally, the luminaire can be fitted with DALI LED driver and separate LED emergency light source of 5W or 10W. www.inge.cz


LED Tape Instyle LED


The InStyle LED tape is a commercial grade, thin and flexible light source that comes on a 5m reel as standard and can be cut to specific lengths. It is available in a range of colours and there are at least 60 LED’s per metre to give a smooth effect once shined onto a surface. There is also an IP67 option. www.instyleled.co.uk


Ultima Retail & Gallery CLS


Offering endless configuration possibili- ties for designers and architects. A superior quality of light is achieved through the use of special selected Cree LED’s. The spots can be delivered in virtually all RAL colours for optimal integration in any environment. Several dimming options are available.The Ulti- ma range is available in 2700K, 3000K, 4200K and 5000K colour temperature. Besides the trackrail versions, built in and surface mounted versions are also available. www.cls-led.com


Coriflex LED Trilux


Halers H5 500 Trimless Collingwood Lighting


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. From an installa- tion perspective, the H5 500 Trimless comes fully equipped with everything required. www.collingwoodlighting.com


Developed together with Billings Jack- son Design, the Coriflex LED trunking system reduces installation time in half when compared to traditional trunking components thanks to an integrated ‘all-in-one’ gear tray and reflector solution. Economy of mounting also equates to economy during running operation: with 95lm/W, a long service life and up to 3,500 to 5,500 lumens per unit, Coriflex achieves high-ener- gy savings and short payback periods. Specifiers can select the required optic and light colour from differing variants and specify a luminaire luminous flux of between 3,800 and 4,000 lumens. www.trilux.com/uk


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