Emergency lighting conversions are our speciality; with over 30 years of experience in luminaire conversions we can advise our clients on the most appropriate emergency lighting products and the best way to execute emergency lighting conversions. We are proud of our longstanding relationships with a growing number of leading lighting suppliers, including Lite-Plan, Mackwell, Osram, Philips and Tridonic. As a result we offer a wide range of exceptional quality products.
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When it comes to emergency lighting conversions, not only do we know our products but we also know the strict emergency lighting regulations that must be adhered to. This is why we ensure that all of our emergency lighting products conform to the relevant emergency lighting product standard BS EN 61347-2-7 and are modified in accordance with ICEL (Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting)
CCMD S OA LED - EMERGENCY
CCMD S CO LED
CCMD R OA LED
CCMD R CO LED
DSMD OA LED - EMERGENCY
DSMD CO LED - EMERGENCY
XYLUX LD3 - EMERGENCY
XYLUX LD5 - EMERGENCY
XYLUX LR - EMERGENCY
ASPRE R LED
PALM LED - EMERGENCY
KHAMSIN - EMERGENCY
HURRICANE LED - EMERGENCY
TWINSPOT LED - EMERGENCY
TWIN SPOT - EMERGENCY
NEWPORT IP65 LED
COCO3-TP60 - EMERGENCY
MMB-LED-EM-GU10 LED - EMERGENCY
Advantages of Converting to LED Lights
Historically, LED lights were considered an expensive purchase, however developments in manufacturing and the technology used within LEDs has brought the initial purchase cost right down.
The extended life span of LEDs means that changing LED lights is an infrequent occurrence, resulting in minimal maintenance and repair costs.
LEDs are extremely energy efficient meaning significantly lower running costs.
In the long term, converting to LEDS will always produce a positive return on your investment
LED lights use 60% less energy than fluorescent lighting and up to 90% less energy than halogen lighting.
The life span of an LED lamp is up to 50 times longer than a traditional bulb.
The EU is currently proposing a ban on halogen lighting, if this proposal goes through it will mean that all businesses will be required to convert to LEDs in order to be adhering to the law.