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lighting digest newsletter Issue 77 October 2013

Welcome to issue 77 of the lighting digest Editor's newsletter featuring the latest news and featured products. We welcome Crestron,  Crompton Lamps, MHA Lighting and Young Electronics Group as our latest news providers. For more of the latest stories and product information read them on our website – www.lightingdigest.co.uk


Featured Brand:

Emergi-Lite Safety Systems - Innovative & Flexible Safety Solutions
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Products include:

Serenga LED emergency lighting
Naveo online emergency lighting software
• Endurance long life emergency lighting
• The IR2 infra red and Centrel addressable emergency lighting testing systems
• EMEX Central Power Supply Systems
• Safety range for price sensitive installations...
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Featured Articles

CLED ► Crestron Launches First Luminaire Range
 

Crestron has announced the release and immediate availability of its first range of luminaries, called CLEDs.


T8 Tubes  The Benefits are Endless with Crompton’s T8 Lamps

Crompton Lamps new T8 fluorescent lamps have an extra long life of 55,000 hours, compared to regular T8 lamps that provide an average 15,000 hours.


LMB atrium  Delmatic Provides a Sophisticated Lighting Management System for ‘The Nobel Prize Factory’

Delmatic has provided a lighting controls system for the new MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB), one of the most prestigious multidisciplinary laboratory and research centres in the world.


Software ► Dialight Launches Lighting and Design Resource Centre

Dialight has unveiled the Lighting and Design Resource Center, a cutting-edge lighting layout software offering photometric files on a wide range of industrial and hazardous LED fixtures.


Delmatic  DW Windsor Breathes New Life into Popular Thames Crossing with 72% Energy Savings

DW Windsor Lighting’s Garda LED illuminated handrail has been used to great effect on the Teddington Lock footbridge that provides a direct link between Ham and Teddington in Middlesex.


 ► Ex-Or Adds Fully Automated Emergency Lighting Test to its MLS Lighting Control System

Ex-Or has announced even greater functionality of its popular MLS Digital Lighting System with the addition of a fully automated Emergency Lighting system test.


Luxonic factory ► Luxonic Expands Production Facility by 30 per cent 

Responding to the ever increasing demand for LED lighting, Luxonic is to expand its production facilities in Basingstoke over the next six months.


Megaman catalogue 2013 ► The New 2013 Low Energy Lighting Catalogue from Megaman

The latest Megaman UK product catalogue, is larger and more comprehensive than any previous edition, as well as providing full technical data for all product families.


Robin Hood Services ► Robin Hood Services Halves Lighting Energy Consumption with British made LED Lighting

MHA Lighting, is helping a leading independent service station to slash its lighting energy bills by 50% with British designed and manufactured LED lighting.


Clapham Junction ► UK’s Busiest Train Station Signals Significant Energy Savings

The UK’s busiest train station, Clapham Junction, is set to achieve significant energy savings with the introduction of an intelligent lighting control system.


jb plus ► Click Scolmore Launches New Junction Box Range

Developing new products that make electrical installation projects quicker and easier to carry out is something Click Scolmore prides itself on and the latest addition of a brand new range of junction boxes is no exception.


Verbatim consumer range ► Verbatim Doubles Consumer LED Lighting Product Range To Meet Growing Demand

Verbatim has doubled the range and increased the availability of its high-performance LED lamps for consumers in Europe.


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