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Day: November 11, 2014

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‘Invisible’ Occupancy Sensor

A new super-flat occupancy sensor with a thickness of less than 1mm has been released by building automation specialist B.E.G. The B.E.G.

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Increased functionality

Electrical connection specialist Wieland Electric will display a wide range of new products at LuxLive that provide practical, workable solutions to increase functionality, simplify installation and reduce lifecycle costs.

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Travel at the Speed of Light

The interior design scheme of the new Puma HQ in London is the concept of ‘Light Speed’. This concept is conveyed in by way of light streaks throughout its interior and graphic elements. BLADE LED by Spectral Lighting was specified by London

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High performance and energy efficiency

The Megaman UK stand E30 at LuxLive will feature a variety of newly launched products that offer high performance and energy efficiency, in addition to low operating costs.

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In the awards spotlight

Hamilton’s LEDstat continues its journey of success with another award nomination. This new product, recently launched by Hamilton and already nominated for an Electrical Industry Award, has now caught the eye of the Lux Award judges and been shortlisted as a finalist

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Right calibre for Cannon Place

The office fit-out of Cannon Place in London has included the installation of a Delmatic lighting management system which extends from the existing Delmatic system within shell and core areas of the building.

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Brightest yet LED Range

Crescent Lighting will be unveiling RePhoLed, the industry’s brightest Remote Phosphor LED solution, on the first day of LUX Live, London ExCel, 19 – 20 November. Stand H12

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