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New light 2013 from Trilux

21 March 2013

Trilux has launched its New Light 2013 catalogue, which features over 1000 pages of indoor and outdoor lighting solutions

After gaining valuable customer feedback, the catalogue has undergone a fresh new design and is available in printed and digital versions. New Light 2013 provides detailed product information, which is easy to navigate as well as key information to assist with lighting specifications.

The practical and informative New Light 2013 catalogue provides architects, building services engineers and lighting professionals with a wide range of lighting solutions for frequently requested standard applications. Key information is provided in the form of product series texts, end-user benefits as well as dimensional drawings and data on light distribution curves.

Trilux has also provided links to relevant digital content where possible for those downloading New Light 2013 in a PDF version or accessing this on mobile phones or tablets. Users can quickly and easily access via QR codes additional information such as tender texts and current connected loads. The added advantage is that due to the constant evolution of LED technology, Trilux can offer customers the latest up-to-date technical information.

"We've updated our New Light catalogue in terms of both content and design. The new version offers customers a detailed overview of our portfolio and essential product advantages," explained Richard Holt, Managing Director at Trilux. “In addition, technical information is clearly assigned to product images to simplify planning and ensure the eventual lighting specification is fit for purpose.”

Finally, contributing to sustainable and responsible handling of the environment, the catalogue has been printed on PEFC-certified paper and the new compact design also serves to save on valuable resources.


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