InstallationNews Contour from Luceco lights the way in Valencia

Contour from Luceco has been installed at the Valencia-Cabañal Railway Station located in the Cabañal-Cañamelar neighbourhood in the Spanish city of Valencia.

illumination are required in many commercial and service environments. The LED lighting system consists of connectable modules


offered in 600mm, 1200mm, 1500mm and 1800mm lengths that can be surface mounted, suspended or recessed. Seamless lines of cost effective LED lighting can be

created with interconnecting power and module connectors including corners, T junction and cross pieces. Other options include direct and indirect lighting

distribution as well as DALI and emergency Self-Test variants. The original station of Cabañal was opened in 1862 with a new station built alongside in 1991. Current railway facilities owners Adif are now benefiting from more than 50,000 hours’ operational life offered by Contour as well as no maintenance over the lifetime of the luminaire – an important factor when considering applications such as railway stations where 24 hours a day operation may be required. For more information call 01952 238100, email or visit: Crompton takes centre stage at RADA

Crompton’s coloured golf ball lamps have recently been treading the boards at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA).

great effect in RADA’s latest production of Assassins by Stephen Sondheim, directed by Nona Shepphard and with lighting design by Matt Leventhall. Recognised by RADA’s technical lighting team as perfect for the production, the lamps have been used on set in vintage festoon and signage illumination. Assassins is a darkly comic revue-


rompton’s coloured golf ball lamps have been used to

overhead string that was on constantly, chasing red, white and blue lamps, all controlled and dimmed by the theatre’s main lighting console. RADA was already familiar with

style portrayal of all of the men and women who have attempted – successfully and unsuccessfully – to assassinate various presidents of the United States. The show opened at the Donmar Warehouse in 1992, and subsequently won five Tony Awards after opening on Broadway in 2004. The scene in which Crompton’s white golf ball lamps were used is based around a run-down Coney Island style fairground, with the lamps on the centrepiece of the set highlighting the ‘shooting gallery’ designed by Judith Croft. The company’s multi-coloured golf ball lamps were also used for the colourful festoon lighting all over the set. The design incorporated a large A starring role for Crompton’s coloured golf ball lamps.

Crompton’s golf ball lamps as they were chosen for a previous Son et Lumiere production, using 45 coloured lamps suspended in mid- air on individual pendants with pixel mapped effects across them. Dan Bywater, Assistant Head of Production Lighting at RADA, said: “We have used Crompton lamps on

a number of occasions, and have found that Crompton is always consistent with the quality of its products. The lamps are also extremely reliable, which is essential when they are a key production design element.” To recreate the coloured festoon effect, Crompton Lamps offers a range of coloured LED filament harlequin lamps with a selection of vibrant translucent colour finishes. The LED lamps have a low energy rating of 4W and can be used outdoors in a suitable IP65 rated festoon fitting. April 2018 electrical wholesaler | 15

uceco’s Contour is the ideal linear fluorescent luminaire replacement where continuous runs of

Luceco’s Contour is ideal for continuous runs of illumination.

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