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Megaman introduces new generation LED


pendant fittings Megaman, a leading manufacturer of low energy lighting, has launched Gabio, an innovative range of aluminium linear LED pendants. The patent pending louvre incorporates


light cells within its junctions to allow a sophisticated and continuous optical distribution. Ideal for education, retail and commercial applications, the versatile Gabio suits a variety of installation needs.


Weatherproof accessories from a name


you can trust! Electrical safety specialist, GreenBrook, has developed a new range of weatherproof accessories – the PowerBreaker ProteKt range – to provide unparalleled levels of safety and practicality in both commercial and domestic applications. Easy to install, the PowerBreaker ProteKt range has been designed to offer the highest levels of protection against the ingress of water and solid matter (IP66) to provide safe and efficient electrical connections in even the most arduous conditions. Ideal for use in industrial environments, such as wash down areas, as well as in a whole host of


commercial areas, and around the home. The range includes single, twin and PowerBreaker RCD sockets, single and twin switches, timers and fused spurs. PowerBreaker ProteKt enclosures feature a spring loaded hinge to ensure the lid closes and the guided fixing holes are isolated in a weatherproof chamber – eliminating the requirement for sealing screw entries – saving time for the installer. Replaceable knockouts allow easy reconfiguration of installation. Available from our nationwide network of PowerBreaker stockists.


uwww.greenbrook.co.uk Gabio LED louvres come in 20W and 30W


versions, producing up to 117 lumens per watt with a lamp life of up to 50,000 hours at L70. Gabio is LED compatible and therefore can achieve colour temperature options of 3000K, 4000K and 6500K with an excellent colour rendering index of ≥Ra80. The louvre can be configured with direct as


well as direct-indirect lighting. Both variants, due to its batwing light distribution and wide beam angle, deliver excellent light uniformity, providing high visual comfort with a low glare rating (UGR) of ≤19. Mountable from a variety of positions, including surface-mount, suspension and recessed, the luminaire features a built-in driver and is ideal for retrofit. Gabio also comes with a range of joint


accessories that allows the LED louvres to be connected into various designs. “The Class 1, IP20 rated Gabio signals a design


advancement in optical technology,” commented Glen Krise, European Distribution Director at Megaman.


uwww.megamanuk.com Red Arrow announces new


fire rated downlights Red Arrow is pleased to launch its new range of high performance, dimmable, 8W LED fire rated downlights, available in a flush or recessed version. This range meets all the required standards to ensure safety


and compliance. The range is also acoustic rated which ensures noise is restricted between floors and rooms. This 100 lumen per watt downlight is an energy efficient high power light source, which reduces the number of fittings required. The 90º beam angle gives a wider light spread which also reduces the number of fittings required and provides a less cluttered ceiling. The IP65 rating makes this product suitable for use in bathrooms meaning a consistent fitting throughout. The low profile bezel ensures the product sits flush against


the ceiling and provides a modern look. The frosted diffuser reduces glare and provides pleasant and ambient mood lighting. The range also offers a slim body and space saving design which can be installed in space restricted ceiling voids. The entire range is dimmable with the ability to control the light output. The downlights also include a Quick Click Connector which saves time on installation and de-skills the second fix installation.


uredarrowtrading.com/ Enclosed fused switch disconnectors are a compact, quality solution


Now available with rotary isolator and separate fuse holder, Switchtec’s NTFS enclosed fused switch disconnectors offer improved performance at a more competitive price. The NTFS Fused Switches use the


industry standard combination of rotary isolator linked to a DIN rail mounted fuse holder fitted into an IP65 metal enclosure. Fitted with high quality Telergon


switches and Mersen fuse holders, the packaged enclosures are available in ratings 32A, 63A, 80A and 125Amp ex-stock. All of the NTFS enclosed fused switch disconnectors are supplied in a high quality IP65, RAL 7035, pale grey painted, mild steel enclosure and for versatility, they have removable top and bottom gland plates. The switches offer an IP20 level of internal protection with their touch


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proof terminals. They have a door interlocked, padlockable facility deployable in the operating handle ‘off’ position and are supplied with a door earth lead. All products conform to IEC60947-3, are certified by UL, EAC, CCC, and are CE approved. Aimed at electrical contractors, equipment manufacturers and machine builders, the fused switch disconnectors provide a solution where general switching duties are required. They are suitable for control switches for multiple circuits and for use in resistive load


applications as main circuits for machines, heating equipment, lighting, ventilation and air-conditioning.


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