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Light Management System

Solutions for Energy Efficiency

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Light Management System Solutions for Energy Efficiency

This catalogue presents a new light control system Master Pro Evo - that uses standard KNX, LON and DALI protocols and allows lighting and other Building Automation systems and functions, like heating, to be integrated in one centralised control system. This intelligent control technology optimizes energy efficiency and reduces the building’s operating costs.

Energy efficiency

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The Kyoto protocol / Buildings: the main source of energy saving iGuzzini sustainable architecture / Efficiency factors in construction design / Rating system for sustainable building protocols in the sphere of Building Automation

Master Pro Evo

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The system in action: Conference halls / Showrooms / Offices Polyfunctional centres / Schools and colleges

LON protocol components

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Open and pre-configured systems

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KNX protocol components

LMS Quick / Biodynamic Quick / Light Equalizer / Colour Quick

On the cover: Sanofi Aventis Massy - Francia Architectural design: Franco Cianfaglione SCGMA (Société Cianfaglione Gravereaux Maroun Architectes) Photo: Didier Boy de la Tour

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Energy efficiency

The Kyoto protocol Energy efficiency is no longer just an option. The Kyoto protocol has stimulated governments from all over the world to approve legislation guaranteeing a more intelligent and aware use of energy in buildings. In March 2007 the European Union committed to achieving reductions of 20% in CO2 emissions before 2020. This plan of action, known as “3x20 by 2020”, also includes an increase of 20% in the level of Energy Efficiency and 20% of energy produced from renewable energy sources. To reach these objectives a number of real changes are required and goverments are intensifying their efforts to pass new laws and set and regulate standards for greater energy efficiency.

20% of energy from renewable sources

CO2 emissions reduced by 20%

Energy efficiency increased by 20%

industry was published. This recognises the importance of active control systems, like automated, control and monitoring systems aimed at saving energy. Initiatives in the private and public sector: • UNI EN 15232 standard This standard is used to assess the impact of building automation systems on active energy efficiency, by establishing the potential energy savings on heating and electricity depending on the type of building.

• The LEED® Green Building Rating System is a standard for energy certification and sustainability for the design, construction and running of buildings, created from voluntary contributions and applied at an international level in over 110 countries. The LEED was originally compiled in the USA by the US Green Building Council, a no-profit association founded in 1993. The standard rapidly became accepted internationally and is now the most commonly used certification system in the world.

Reference standards This new trend of stricter energy efficiency began with the Kyoto Protocol. Laws like the Energy Policy Act in the United States have established the standards for our future energy. In Italy, Legislative Decree no. 192 dated19/08/2005 published the European directive 2002/91/CE (EPBD) regarding energy yields in the building sphere and again, more recently with the Ministerial Decree 26/06/2009 (national guidelines for building industry energy certification). On 18/06/2010 the new European directive (2010/31/CE) regarding energy performance in the building

Photo: Gianni Berengo Gardin

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Energy efficiency

Buildings: the main source of energy saving

The increasingly widespread use of heating, air conditioning, lighting and new technology has provoked a considerable increase in energy demands in our buildings. Consequently up to 50% of CO2 emissions can be attributed to commercial and residential buildings on account of their high level of electricity consumption. Today buildings are the main source of potential energy savings that would allow us to meet our goals and protect the environment.

40% Commercial and residential buildings account for 40% of global energy consumption

Renewable energy sources

Controlled lighting

HVAC control systems (heating, ventilation and air conditioning)

Automation and integrated building management

Energy monitoring and management

The distribution of electrical energy

To reach the goals outlined in the Kyoto Protocol, we must start now. Insisting on energy efficiency is the fastest, cheapest and cleanest way to reduce consumption and CO2 emissions. Making buildings more efficient from an energy point of view does not necessarily mean costly changes and system interruptions. Renewing existing buildings can guarantee energy savings of up to 30% by simply implementing easy-to-use services and technology that are already available.

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30% Reducing energy consumption by 30% before 2020 would avoid the need for 1000 new power stations.


Active and “Passive” energy efficiency measures, such as insulation or the use of passive energy low consumption products are not enough to reach our goals and make an

effective contribution to our energy future. To achieve significant, long-lasting results, it is essential to take “active” measures to improve the way our systems operate.

Active energy can be obtained by optimising automation, regulation and constant monitoring:

10%

20%

30%

Checking and monitoring Measuring and monitoring electrical phenomena are the first essential step in raising awareness and changing incorrect habits and behaviour. Reducing energy consumption • Using automation and control systems to be sure we do not waste energy. • Adding monitoring and maintenance services to achieve consistent, long-lasting improvements. Reducing energy costs • Using strategies that reduce energy purchases by optimising management costs. • Choosing solutions for producing energy from renewable sources like photovoltaics.

Headquarters of Thyssen Krupp Essen - Germany Photo: Lukas Roth

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Energy efficiency

iGuzzini sustainable architecture

In the buildings constructed for the iGuzzini headquarters, the functional requirements and quality of the work environment are expressed through modern architecture based on energy and environmental sustainability and research into the best way of integrating with the local territory. In this integrated design process all the aspects involving environmental sustainability criteria have been tackled with a parallel approach and all the design choices have been assessed with the aim of maximizing the goals defined in the iiSBE (international initiative for Sustainable Built Environment) Institute Sustainable Building Challenge certification system. “The Light Laboratory� Headquarters Dual sheath facade

Green roof

Technical wall

Station for recharging electrical vehicles

Photovoltaic roof

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Radiant false ceiling

System skylight well

Heat pump with accumulation tank


Energy efficiency

Recanati - Italy

The architectural project and systems design of the new “Light Laboratory” building is based on an energy savingfocused and environmentally friendly philosophy. The integrated method adopted, together with an exclusive use of renewable sources, has achieved a reduction in CO2 emissions and a level of energy efficiency producing savings of 30% compared to a similar building designed with traditional technology.

Barcelona - Spain

The “il Cielo” iGuzzini lighting headquarters in Spain is the last of a series of constructions that have adopted sustainable energy and natural and artificial light management as the cornerstones of their design. The building, located in the Parque de Actividades Empresariales Can Sant Joan in Sant Cugat del Vallès, is the result of optimised energy efficiency, not just in terms of consumption but also in the way that energy is generated.

Guildford - UK

The iGuzzini UK headquarters was constructed in Guildford in 2008 according to the principles of sustainable architecture by adopting a series of technical and design solutions that have earned the building an impressive score (71.25%) on the BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) scale used to assess environmental performance in buildings.

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Energy efficiency

Building design efficiency factors

The UNI EN 15232 standard clearly indicates the benefits to be gained by moving from one efficiency class to another. An analysis of the table allows us to make immediate qualitative and quantitative assessments regarding the benefits to be gained by using an automation system in a building. Especially with regard to electrical energy consumption, by passing from a C efficiency class to a higher class means moving from a minimum saving of 2% (class B) to a maximum saving of 14% (class A); for residential buildings this means moving from a minimum saving of 7% (class B) to a maximum saving of 8% (class A).

class A high efficiency

High performance energy BACS and TBM systems

class B advanced automation

BACS automation and advanced control systems

class C standard automation

Traditional automation and control systems

class D no automation

Systems with no automation or control facilities

BACS Building Automation and Control Systems TBM Technical Home and Building Management

Energy savings for electrical energy consumption in non-residential buildings

Type of Building/Room

BACS efficiency classes and factors D

C

B

A

B/C saving

B/D saving

A/C saving

A/D saving

Offices

1.10

1.00

0.93

0.87

7%

16%

13%

21%

Reading rooms

1.06

1.00

0.94

0.89

6%

11%

11%

16%

Schools

1.07

1.00

0.93

0.86

7%

13%

14%

20%

Hospitals

1.05

1.00

0.98

0.96

2%

7%

4%

9%

Hotels

1.07

1.00

0.95

0.90

5%

11%

10%

16%

Restaurants

1.04

1.00

0.96

0.92

4%

8%

8%

12%

Stores/ Wholesalers

1.08

1.00

0.95

0.91

5%

12%

9%

16%

Table taken from UNI EN15232

Energy savings can be achieved by changing from a class C building to a B or A class

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Savings gained by adopting B and A classes instead of C and D

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Electrical energy

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Thermal energy

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Energy classes


L.E.N.I.

For each intended location there are 12 limit values that vary according to the type of lighting system

Lighting Energy Numeric Indicator specifying the assessment method for quantifying the energy used for interior lighting in buildings.

Intended use

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Offices Education

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Restaurants Sport

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160

180

KWh/m2 year

54.9 50.7

160.8

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108.1

27.1

92.1

37.9

123.7 70.6

Retail Production

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67.1

Hospitals Hotels

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37.5

Energy requirements • Total lighting power for lighting • Constant lighting

• Natural light use (yes/no) • Occupation factor • Natural light factor

178.1 123.7

• Parasite power (CTRLS) • Total circuit power • Use of energy saving luminaires • Light management system

Centre for Research and Development of Brembo Km Rosso, Stezzano (Bergamo) - Italy Architectural design: Jean Nouvel Photo: Matteo Piazza

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Rating system for sustainable buildings

LEED Italy 2009 New Constructions / Renovations

The Green Building Council promotes and supplies a global approach to building sustainability by recognising performance in key areas of human health and environmental friendliness. The LEED (Leadership in Energy and Enviromental Design) is the most popular rating method in the world for assessing the perfomance of a building throughout its entire life cycle. It divides a building's sustainability features into seven areas that are structured in terms of mandatory requirements and credits. For each area it recognises and assesses performance in points by reflecting their potential impact on the environment. The project reaches different levels of certification according to the sum of the points from the different areas.

Maximum score attainable 110 + bonus

Bonus

Site sustainability

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Design innovation

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Waste water management

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Regional priorities

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Energy and atmosphere

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Materials and resources

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Internal environment quality

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Countries that respect this rating for sustainable buildings

Il Cielo iGuzzini’, Headquarter of iGuzzini Iberica Sant Cugat del Vallès, (Barcelona) - Spain

Leed Green star breeam casbee

Other standards

Countries that will soon be adopting this rating

Architectural design: Josep Miàs + Partners, MiAS Arquitectes Photo: Adriá Goula

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Energy efficiency

Building Automation Protocols

Compared to traditional systems, a good control system reduces lighting costs by 50%. Adopting simple programmable logic controllers in a traditional system can guarantee users optimal comfort. Today, thanks to the KNX / LON systems, highly adaptable solutions can be designed that cover all applications, from the simplest to the most complicated service industry system. User-friendly installation, less cables, and a range of services including scene lighting, fault indications, and local and remote control systems, now combine to offer real added value solutions. The solutions proposed with the KNX and LON systems, (also defined in the EN 50090 standard), allow an all-round approach to be taken with regard to the important issue of energy efficiency and the consequent limitation of CO2 emissions. From small devices, such as timer and presence detectors, to highly sophisticated, customised solutions designed in compliance with UNI EN 15232 standard indications.

Day light sensor

Presence detector

Scene lighting

Electrical loads control

Weather station

KNX / LON Centralized control system for all functions

Lighting

Temperature

Heating

Blinds

BACnet Bacnet is a data communication protocol for building automation and control parts. Developed by Ashae, BACnet is a U.S.A. national standard, a European standard in over 30 countries and a worldwide ISO standard. BACnet standardizes communications between devices and building automation systems managed by different protocols.

KNX

LON Rainbow headquarters Loreto (Ancona) - Italy Architectural design: Elisabetta Straffi e Sergio Bianchi Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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Light Management System

Master Pro Evo This innovative ÂŤintelligentÂť control system, based on KNX, LON and DALI technology, allows all the functions in a building that are usually controlled separately, to be managed via a centralised system. Master Pro Evo offers flexible solutions for all kinds of application; solutions that guarantee comfort, safety and maximum energy savings.

Customised projects

iGuzzini's team of technicians and designers are always ready to ensure an optimal configuration of the Master Pro Evo system. Every project is designed taking into acount the customer's specific requirements.

YMCA Cartier-Ville (Montreal) - Canada Architectural design: Daoust Lestage Lighting design: Eclairage Public, Gilles Arpin Photo: Marc Cramer

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Master Pro Evo The system in action

Conference halls

Depending on the functions and uses required, customised lighting scenarios can be created in various areas of the building: meeting rooms, coporate welcome areas, offices, etc.

Automatic scene lighting control commands This type of solution uses KNX technology to connect the switch on and dimmer actuators with the control panel pushbuttons. The KNX pushbutton panels allow the various lighting scenarios to be configured according to how the rooms and various other areas in the building are used. The KNX actuators can be used to switch on or adjust light intensity manually at any time. A remote control command makes this solution even more practical.

Benefits • 10% less electrical energy used compared to

a traditional system for a room of a similar size. • More comfort for users and a more pleasant atmosphere in the room. • When fitted with lighting units, unnecessary usage is eliminated, thereby guaranteeing significant energy savings. • Maximum flexibility and easier to adjust than a traditional system. • Manual, automatic and remote adjustment options via an IR receiver. • User-friendly maintenance. • The system helps meet the requirements of the LEED certification system for building sustainabliity.

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Key interface, 4 plus channels + Standard pushbutton panel (4 buttons)

Presence detector KNX ARGUS Remote control

System KNX Power supply KNX

Actuator KNX

Universal KNX Dimmer actuator

Universal KNX Dimmer actuator

Control unit KNX 0-10V

0-10 V 0-10 V 0-10 V

Ballast / Transformer

Transformer

Transformer

Ballast

Auditorium Antonianum Roma - Italy Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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Master Pro Evo The system in action

Showrooms

Monitoring electrical loads after store closures, such as lighting systems, surveillance cameras and other kinds of devices, help avoid unnecessary energy waste. This configuration also allows lighting systems to be programmed during the night.

KNX switch on actuators connected to a load monitoring touch panel The touch panel displays the states of the various loads and highlights potential risks during opening hours. The system interrupts the supply of electricity for certain tasks, thereby avoiding unnecessary waste. It also helps ensure the safety system is operating correctly by monitoring equipment like cameras and lighting systems. The KNX logic module turns lights on/off in turn during the night to ensure the equipment is used in a balanced manner. The touch panel also supplies information regarding operating times and the duration of each luminaire.

Benefits • Monitoring consumption and identifying potential

waste can result in savings of over 10%. • Lower maintenance costs achieved by switching on lighting devices in turn. • Superior safety levels thanks to automatic alarms and emergency calls. • Easier to use command functions. • Easier to empower and amplify. • Superior flexibility and a user-friendly design compared to traditional systems with similar functions. • The system helps meet LEED certification system requirements.

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IKey interface, 2 plus channels + Standard pushbutton panel (2 buttons)

7� touch panel

System KNX Switch on actuators  REG-K/8x230/16  with manual operating mode  and current detection

Power supply KNX

Ballast Motor Refrigerator Oven

Fluorescent lights 230 Volt

Assembly system

Honda Petrick Hamburg - Germany Architectural design: Martin Dumrath Photo: Max Schulz

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Master Pro Evo The system in action

Offices

Automatic lighting and heating monitoring for the various offices is obtained through the interaction of sensors and actuators that eliminate manual intervention and offer increased safety, energy efficiency and comfort.

Presence detectors and light sensors. This type of solution offers a splendid combination of different control levels, including: presence, luminosity, timed illumination and temperature. The parameters are set using presence detectors, heating and light actuators, binary inputs and multi-function buttons. • Controlled lighting: the bus system includes a presence detector and multi-function buttons.

Benefits • Automatated room monitoring reduces energy

consumption by 35%.

• According to the UNI EN 15232 standard, class A buildings must be fitted with control systems that guarantee higher energy savings. • Higher safety levels and savings thanks to alarms and automated emergency calls. • Faster installation times than traditional systems with similar functions. • A wide range of high benefit, easy-to-use functions. • User-friendly maintenance. • The system helps meet the requirements of the LEED certification system for building sustainability.

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Presence detector KNX ARGUS

Key interface, 4 plus channels + Standard pushbutton panel (4 buttons)

System KNX Power supply KNX

Actuator KNX

Binary input

Window contacts

Woodland Trust headquarters Grantham - UK Architectural design: Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, Will Garner Photo: Peter Cook

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Master Pro Evo The system in action

Polyfunctional centres

The combination of various checking systems allows lighting to be controlled automatically and blinds to be regulated according to how the rooms are used, what their position is and the level of natural light.

Presence detectors, light sensors and actuators for controlling blinds. This type of solution uses the KNX range of detectors and actuators for fans and blinds that can interact automatically, so costly, temperamental human intervention is avoided as there is no need for manual on/off commands. Combining light and presence detectors with lighting and dark screen control timers achieves remarkable savings on electricity bills as well as raising comfort and safety standards for users. The lights only come on when someone is in the room and according to the level of natural light detected. The blinds are regulated according to the level of light required and the room temperature.

Benefits • The chance to save up to 50%.

• According to the UNI EN 15232 standard, Class A buildings must be fitted with control systems that guarantee higher energy savings. • Higher safety levels and savings thanks to alarms and automated emergency calls. • Remote control and monitoring system that is optional and easy-to-use. • User-friendly maintenance. • Greater flexibility and easier to install than traditional systems with similar functions. • The system helps meet LEED certification system requirements.

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Presence detector KNX ARGUS

Key interface, 4 plus channels + Standard pushbutton panel (4 buttons)

Remote control

System KNX Power supply KNX

Control unit KNX 0-10V

KNX actuator for blinds

Roller blinds Venetian blinds

Main Office of Zambonini SpA Fiorenzuola d’Arda, Piacenza - Italy Photo: Paolo Carlini

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Master Pro Evo The system in action

Schools and colleges

This configuration allows classroom lighting to be controlled automatically according to presence and the incidence of natural light.

Presence detectors and light sensors for regulating light This type of solution uses presence detectors combined with switch on actuators; the system is also fitted with a pushbutton panel for manual use. The entire system is connected via an open KNX bus to make it easier to extend or empower the system. The presence detectors turn the lights on automatically when a person comes into the room or if the level of natural light drops below a preset threshold. When the set time expires the lights turn off automatically if no movement is detected in the room. In manual mode the lights can be turned on or off permanently. When the system returns to manual operation ON mode the presence and natural light detectors are activated automatically.

Benefits • 20% less electrical energy used by programming

the light according to the times when the rooms are in use. • Significant reductions in installation times, costs and maintenance compared to conventional systems with similar functions. • Improves users' comfort standards. • Flexible and easy to extend and empower. • All the luminaires are connected to a single, common bus line. • The automatic light switch off system means lightbulbs last longer. • The system helps meet LEED certification system requirements.

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20%


Key interface, 2 plus channels + Standard pushbutton panel (2 buttons)

In-built KNX  presence detector

System KNX Power supply KNX

KNX switch on actuator with manual command mode REG-K/2x230/16

International School of Zug and Luzern Baar - Switzerland Architectural design and lighting: Germann & Achermann AG Photo: G端nther Laznia

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KNX protocol

Now used throughout Europe, KNX (Konnex) was originally created in Germany following the unification of the 3 standards, EIB, BATIBUS and EHSA, into a single protocol for Home and Building Automation. The standard includes all the main features from the 3 standards it is based on. The interaction of the components, built by different manufacturers, is guaranteed by Konnex certification and the system operates efficiently with no interfaces. Various operating and transmission modes can be used on this system that was specifically designed to offer consumers a trademark signifying quality.

For further technical information: catalog.iguzzini.com

Studio Pierattelli Architetture Florence - Italy Photo: Giuseppe Saluzzi

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Master Pro Evo KNX protocol

System Components KNX REG-K/320 mA power feeder MH93

REG, 24 V CC / 0.4 A< power feeder MI57

A module adapted to generate the bus voltage required to power a line of devices. Current: 320 mA

Device with integrated overload or short circuit protection fitted on the DIN EN5022 guide and adapted to provide an auxiliary power supply to the KNX components. Power feeders for 24 V binary outputs

Colour 00

Colour 00

KNX REG-K/640 mA power feeder MI56 A module adapted to generate the bus voltage required to power a line of devices. Current: 640 mA

Infrared remote contol Distance 2010 MH95 10 channel infrared remote contol. Colour 04

Colour 00

REG-K coupler MH94 For the logic connection and isolating lines and areas electrically. Colour 00

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Master Pro Evo KNX protocol

Interfaces / Gateways USB REG-K interface MH96

KNX/IP REG-K router MH98

For connecting a programming or diagnostic device to the bus line via a USB1.1 or USB2 interface.

The KNX/IP routers can also forward telegrams between lines using the LAN (IP) as a rapid backbone.

Colour 00

Colour 00

KNX DALI REG-K/1/16(64)/64 Gateway MH97

KNX-DMX gateway MI28

The DALI gateway connects the KNX protocol to the DALI interface digital electronic devices. Up to 64 reactors can be commanded and adjusted by dividing them into 16 units. Colour 00

The DMX gateway connects the KNX protocol to the DMX RDM interface digital electronic devices. Enabling up to 512 reactors to be controlled and regulated. Colour 00

WIFI connection system for APPLE systems MI34 The miniserver simplifies â&#x20AC;&#x153;interactionâ&#x20AC;? with Apple devices: like iPods, iPhones and iPads. Colour 00

Buttons / Control devices Command electronics for single/ double or quadruple keys MH99 The command electronics can be programmed as a single/double or quadruple key. With an orientation LED. The glass cover buzzes before starting to operate. Colour 00

Single glass key MI00 To switch and dim lighting systems, command the blinds and scenarios. Colour 00

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Trancent frame, single MI01 For horizontal and vertical installations. Colour 12


Inputs / Binaries Key interface, 2 plus channels MI02

REG-K/4x24 binary input MI06

This generates an internal signal voltage that connects two conventional buttons or floating contacts as well as connecting two low current LEDs.

For connecting four inputs with a voltage of 24 V AC/DC. With an integrated bus coupler and life-connected terminals.

Colour 00

Colour 00

Key interface, 4 plus channels MI03

REG-K/8x24 binary input MI07

This generates an internal signal voltage that connects four conventional buttons or floating contacts as well as connecting four low current LEDs.

For connecting eight inputs with a voltage of 24 V AC/DC. Colour 00

Colour 00

REG-K/4x10 binary input MI04

REG-K/4x230 binary input MI08

For connecting four conventional buttons or potential-free contacts. It generates an SELV signal voltage internally that is electrically isolated by the bus.

For connecting four inputs with a voltage of  230 V AC. With an integrated bus coupler and life-connected terminals. Colour 00

Colour 00

REG-K/8x10 binary input MI05

REG-K/8x230 binary input MI09

For connecting eight conventional buttons or potential-free contacts. It generates an SELV signal voltage internally that is electrically isolated by the bus.

For connecting eight inputs with a voltage of 230 V AC. With an integrated bus coupler and life-connected terminals. Colour 00

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Master Pro Evo KNX protocol

Movement / presence detectors KNX ARGUS Presence Basic MI10

Recessed KNX ARGUS 180/2,20 m MI58

Presence detector for interiors.

Movement detector for interiors with anti-scratch cover.

Colour 01 Colour 01

KNX ARGUS Presence with light command and infrared receiver MI11

Frame for recessed presence sensor KNX Argus 180/2.20 m MM30

Presence detector for interiors. Thanks to the infrared receiver, the individual ARGUS Presence configurations can be changed via remote control.

Colour 01

Colour 01

Ceiling assembly base for ARGUS Presence MI12

Recessed mounting base for ARGUS Presence ML15

Colour 01

Colour 16

REG-K/4/324 DCF-77 annual timer MI16

Antenna DCF77 MI17

Annual four-channel timer with a power feed unit and integrated DCF receiver. To be integrated with the DCF-77 antenna for radio-controlled timing synchronisation. Time and date view option on the bus. The device can be programmed manually or via a PC with the appropriate software.

Antenna for receiving the time via a time signal. The antenna can be connected to an annual programmer REGâ&#x20AC;&#x2018;K/4/324 DCFâ&#x20AC;&#x2018;77.

Time / timer programmer

Colour 00

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Light sensors / Weather stations KNX light and temperature sensor MI13 The sensor registers the light and temperature and transmits them to the bus. It is fitted with a temperature and a light sensor. Adapted for outer wall assembly. Colour 00

Combined weather sensor with DCF-77 MI15 The combined weather sensor includes a wind sensor, a rainfall sensor, a dusk sensor and three light sensors (east, south and west). Plus an integrated DCFâ&#x20AC;&#x2018;77 receiver, a 45°adjustable antenna and integrated heating. Colour 04

REG-K weather station with 4 channels MI14 The weather station registers and processes analog sensor signals indicating wind speed, light, dusk, rainfall and a DCF-77 signal. It can be fitted to any combination of up to four analog sensors plus the combined DCF-77 weather sensor. Colour 00

Switch actuators FM KNX 16 A actuator with 2 inputs MI18 A 1-channel actuator with two inputs for assembly in a 60 mm recessed case or in a ceiling-mounted socket with coupling. The two floating contacts can be connected to two inputs. Colour 00

Switch actuator REG-K/4x230/16 with manual mode option and current detector MI20 For controlling four electric loads independently. The actuator is fitted with a built-in current detector that can measure the load current on each channel. All the outputs can be commanded using manual switches. Colour 00

Switch actuator REG-K/2x230/16 with manual mode option and current detector MI19 For controlling two electric loads independently. The actuator is fitted with a built-in current detector that can measure current absorption on each channel. All the outputs can be commanded using manual switches. Colour 00

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Master Pro Evo KNX protocol

Switch / blind actuators Switch actuator REG-K/8x230/16 with manual mode option and current detector MI21

REG-K/8x/16x/10 switch/blind actuator with manual mode option MI23

For controlling eight electric loads independently. The actuator is fitted with a built-in current detector that can measure the load current on each channel. All the outputs can be commanded using manual switches.

For controlling eight blind/shutter motors independently or for switching sixteen loads via closure contacts. The blind or switch channel function can be configured as required. All the blind/switch outputs can be commanded manually using the buttons on the front of the device.

Colour 00

Colour 00

Switch actuator REG-K/12x230/16 with manual mode option and current detector MI22

REG-K/4x24/6 blind actuator with manual mode option MI24

For controlling twelve electric loads independently. The actuator is fitted with a built-in current detector that can measure the load current on each channel. All the outputs can be commanded using manual switches.

For controlling four blind/shutter motors independently. The blind channel function can be configured as required. All the blind outputs can be commanded manually using the buttons on the front of the device. Colour 00

Colour 00

Dimmer Dimmer actuator REG-K/2x230/300W MI25

0-10 V REG-K 3-pole control unit with manual mode option MI27

For controlling and adjusting incandescent lamps and electronic transformers.

For connecting devices with a 0-10 V KNX systems interface. With an integrated bus coupler and life terminals (230 V) or life-connected terminals (0-10 V). Each individual 230 V switch output can be controlled manually with a switch.

Colour 00

Colour 00 Universal dimmer actuator REG-K/2x230/1000W MI26 For controlling and adjusting incandescent lamps and HV and LV halogen lamps using bobbin wound transformers or electronic dimmer devices. Colour 00

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Display and control panels 7” touch panel MI33

Frame for 7” touch panel MI31

The 7” touch panel is used to view and check the building's current functions and states.

Colour 01

Colour 00

Internal framework set for 7” touch panel MI29 The set includes an internal support frame and USB cover. Colour 01

Case for recessed mounting and assembly in a plasterboard wall for 7” IP touch panel MI32 Colour 00

Aluminium frame for 7” touch panel MI30 Decorative aluminium frame for 7” touch panel. Colour 12

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LON protocol

Created in America and used in all English-speaking countries, the LonWorks platform was originally designed over 10 years ago by the Echelon Corporation. It is basically a multimedia system that manages a network of devices regardless of what type of media is transmitted. Its features can be used by anyone and on any system without having to pay royalities. After a series of careful tests the product can use the LonWorks logo too. The platform is currently available on a chip which has been a huge market success.

For further technical information: catalog.iguzzini.com

YMCA Cartier-Ville (Montreal) - Canada Architectural design: Daoust Lestage Lighting design: Eclairage Public Photo: Marc Cramer

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Master Pro Evo LON protocol

System Components LPS 133 power feeder MI35

LON button interface MI37

Power feeder for luminaires with LPT (Link Power Transceiver)

Colour 00

Colour 00

ABL8MEM24012 power feeder MI36 24Vdc power feeder Colour 00

Digital output LON DR-N 4S-16A I/O module MI38

LON DR-M 8S 10A I/O module MI40

Independent switch for four load units. Four relay outputs.

Independent switch for eight load units. Eight relay outputs.

Colour 00

Colour 00

LON DR-N 8S 10A I/O module MI39

DR-N MSCU4-AC I/O module MI41

Independent switch for eight load units. Eight relay outputs. Voltage supply: 24V dc

Four blinds can be custom-controlled using standard motors with interference protection. Eight relay outputs.

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Master Pro Evo LON protocol

DALI control unit Control unit LON DALI DR-S 4DIM MI42 Controls and powers up to 64 DALI luminaires divided into four units Directs DALI luminaires with LNS plug-ins. Provides DALI with a 16 V voltage supply.

LON DALI DR 4x16 DIM Gateway MI45 Four DALI outputs for controlling up to 64 DALI luminaires per output, divided into sixteen units. Colour 00

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Control unit LON DALI DR-S 8DIM MI43 Controls and powers up to 64 DALI luminaires divided into four or eight units. Colour 00

DALI DR-N 140 power feeder MI46 Power feeder for LON DALI REG 4x16 DIM gateway. One 24 Vcc output (max 7 W). Outputs for powering up four DALI lines (16 Vcc, 116 mA per output). Colour 00

Control unit LON DALI DR-S 16DIM MI44 Same features as the LON DALI DR-S 4DIM control unit, but this type of control unit allows 16 DALI units to be controlled. Colour 00

DALI multisensors DALI LA-11 multi-sensor MI47

ILA-22 multi-sensor MI48

Presence detector and light sensor linked with a DALI interface. Adapted for a LON DALI DR-S 8DIM control unit and a DALI REG 4x16 DIM gateway item. Colour 01

Presence detector, light sensor and IR receiver linked. The IR receiver is used to control different ambience functions (together with the IR remote control. Colour 01

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Dimmer outputs DR-N DIM 500-UNI I/O module MI49

LON DR-M 8DI DC-P I/O module MI52

A universal dimmer for turning on/off and dimming incandescent lamps. HV and LV halogen lamps with bobbin wound transformers or electronic dimmer switches. Connected load: max 500 VA.

Luminaires connected with floating contacts. Eight imputs. Colour 00

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DR-N 3DIM 1-10V I/O module MI50

LON LT-23 AP multi-sensor MI53

Controls luminaires with a 1-10 V interface (controllable electronic ballasts, electronic transformers etc.) Three analog outputs (1-10 V) for dimming and three relay outputs (N.A. contact, 16 A) for on/off function. Current load (analog output): max 100 mA.

For controlling equipment on the basis of sunlight and external temperature. Light sensor and integrated temperature detector. Light sensor field: 1 .. 65.000 Lux Temperature detector field: -20 .. +50째C

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LON DR-M 4DI I/O module MI51 Luminaires connected with floating contacts. Four inputs. Colour 00

Interface/Gateway Web Server MI54

Infrared remote control MI55

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Display and control panels are available on request.

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Open and pre-configured systems The range, codes and features of the iGuzzini systems that operate with a DALI protocol are presented in the general Interiors and Exteriors catalogues

LMS Quick 64 DALI addresses

Monospace: a control system for pre-set white or coloured light scenarios. LMS Quick offers a choice of 10 different presets, each programmed with special pre-configured scenarios for specific locations (offices, meeting rooms, retail zones, spas, churches etc...), including pre-established atmospheres and specially designed light effects. A freely settable option is also available. LMS Quick is an open light management system that uses DALI communication protocol to create customised and flexible light displays that also guarantee maximum energy savings.

Open system

Biodynamic Quick Max 64 DALI loads

The Monospace biodynamic light system can create a time rhythm even in environments with no natural light at all. Biodynamic Quick allows natural light to be reproduced on the basis of the light intensity (Lux) and colour temperature (K) combinations plotted in the Kruithof pleasing illuminance/temperature index curve or simply by â&#x20AC;&#x153;customizingâ&#x20AC;? the Lux and K values. Only compatible with iGuzzini light units.

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Light Equalizer Max 160 DALI loads

The Multispace biodynamic light system can create a time rhythm even in environments with no natural light at all. Light Equalizer allows natural light to be reproduced on the basis of the light intensity (Lux) and colour temperature (K) combinations defined in the Kruithof pleasing illuminance/temperature index curve or simply by â&#x20AC;&#x153;customizingâ&#x20AC;? the Lux and K values. Following a simple download from a Smart Card, Light Equalizer can create a wide range of dynamic pre-configured or customised scenarios. Only compatible with iGuzzini light units.

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Colour Quick Max 64 DALI loads

The Monospace system controls colour using LED and fluorescent luminaires. Using lit memory keys, the system allows up to 7 colour variations to be created in 6 different preset sequences. Sequence speeds can also be changed. Only compatible with iGuzzini light units.

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Headquarters iGuzzini illuminazione spa 62019 Recanati, Italy via Mariano Guzzini, 37 PO Box 56.75.103 Tel. (+39) 071.75881 Fax (+39) 071.7588295 iguzzini@iguzzini.it www.iguzzini.com video: (+39) 071.7588453

Subsidiaries BELGIUM Belgio e Lussemburgo iGuzzini illuminazione Benelux Bvba/ Sprl Residentie “Het Museum II” Museumstraat 11, BUS A B-2000 Antwerpen Tel. (+32) 03 2411400 Fax (+32) 03 2486648 info@iguzzini.be The Netherlands iGuzzini illuminazione Benelux Bvba/ Sprl Costerweg, 5 6702 AA Wageningen Tel. (+31) 3.17497865 Fax (+31) 3.17497866 info@iguzzini.nl CHINA iGuzzini Lighting (China) Co., Ltd No. 2758 Huan Cheng West Road Fengxian Industrial Park Shanghai 201401 Tel. (+86) 021.634111 99 Fax (+86) 021.336552 01 info@iguzzini.cn DENMARK iGuzzini illuminazione Danmark Filial af iGuzzini illuminazione Spa, Italien Værkstedsmagasinet Refshalevej 153A, 2 1432 København K Tel. (+45) 33179595 Fax (+45) 33179596 info@iguzzini.dk FINLAND iGuzzini Finland & Baltic Oy Lemuntie, 3-5 00510 Helsinki Tel. (+358) 207 289840 Fax (+358) 9 8024566 iguzzini@iguzzini.fi

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FRANCE iGuzzini illuminazione France 10 boulevard de la Bastille 75012 Paris Tel. (+33) 1.40528181 Fax (+33) 1.40528182 iguzzini@iguzzini.fr

NORWAY iGuzzini illuminazione Norge A.S. Brynsveien, 5 0667 Oslo Tel. (+47) 23067850 Fax (+47) 22648737 iguzzini.norge@iguzzini.no

GERMANY iGuzzini illuminazione Deutschland GmbH - Zentrale Bunsenstrasse, 5 82152 Planegg Tel. (+49) 089.8569880 Fax (+49) 089.85698833 info@iguzzini.de

RUSSIA OOO “iGuzzini Illuminazione Russia Bolshaya Cherkizovskaya, 24/A 107553 Moscow Russian Federation Tel. (+7) 495.3802767 Fax (+7) 495.3802981 info@iguzzinirussia.ru

HONG KONG-MACAO-TAIWAN iGuzzini Hong Kong Limited Units 803 & 805 8th Floor Tower I Enterprise Square I No.9 Sheung Yuet Road Kowloon, Hong Kong Tel. (+852) 25166504 Fax (+852) 28562981 iguzzini@iguzzini.com.hk

SINGAPORE iGuzzini South East Asia 3 International Business Park Unit Nos. #02-18/19 Nordic European Centre 609927 Singapore Tel. (+65) 65677910 Fax (+65) 65679177 info@iguzzini.sg

NORTH AMERICA iGuzzini Lighting North America 5455 Rue De Gaspe, suite 100 Montréal, QC, CANADA H2T 3B3 Tel. 514 523 1339 - Fax 514 525 6107 383 Adelaide Street West Toronto, ON, CANADA M5V 1S4 Tel. 416 408 3995 - Fax 416 408 4269 827 Powell Street Vancouver, B.C., CANADA V6A 1H7 Tel. 604 215 1539 - Fax 604 215 1548 iGuzzini Lighting USA, Ltd 60 Madison Avenue, 2nd floor New York, NY 10010 - USA Tel. (+1) 212 4818188

SPAIN iGuzzini illuminazione Ibérica S.A. Avda. de la Generalitat, 168-170 Parc d’Activitats Econòmiques Can Sant Joan 08174 Sant Cugat del Vallès (Barcelona) Tel. 93 588 00 34 Fax 93 699 99 74 iguzzini@iguzzini.es

SWEDEN iGuzzini Illuminazione Sweden Filial of iGuzzini Illuminazione S.p.A., Italy Åsögatan, 115 116 24 Stockholm Tel. (+46) 8.6151540 Fax (+46) 8.6152540 iguzzini@iguzzini.se SWITZERLAND iGuzzini illuminazione Schweiz AG Uetlibergstrasse, 194 8045 Zürich Tel. (+41) 044.4654646 Fax (+41) 044.4654647 info@iguzzini.ch UNITED ARAB EMIRATES iGuzzini Middle East FZE Dubai Airport Free Zone Authority (Dafza) Bldg. 6EB, Office No. 835 PO Box 54827 Dubai United Arab Emirates Tel. (+971) 4.7017825 Fax (+971) 4.7017830 info@iguzzini.ae UNITED KINGDOM iGuzzini illuminazione UK Ltd Astolat Way Astolat Business Park Off Old Portsmouth Road GU3 1NE Guildford Surrey Tel. (+44) 01483.468000 Fax (+44) 01483.468001 info@iguzzini.co.uk


Partner assistance ANTWERPEN Residentie “Het Museum II” Museumstraat 11, BUS A B-2000 Antwerpen Tel. (+32) 03.2411400 Fax (+32) 03.2486648 info@iguzzini.be BERLIN Heinrich-Heine-Str. 62d 10179 Berlin Tel. (+49) 030.8856110 Fax (+49) 030.88682900 GLASGOW Berkeley Street, 4 G3 7DW Glasgow Tel. (+44) 0141.2291322 Fax (+44) 0141.2485301 GUILDFORD Astolat Way Astolat Business Park Off Old Portsmouth Road GU3 1NE Guildford Surrey Tel. (+44) 01483.468000 Fax (+44) 01483.468001 info@iguzzini.co.uk HAMBURG Rugenbarg, 67 22848 Norderstedt Tel. (+49) 040.52876812 Fax (+49) 040.52876813

HELSINKI Lemuntie, 3-5 FI-00510 Helsinki Tel. (+358) 207289840 Fax (+358) 98024566 iguzzini@iguzzini.fi KØBENHAVN Værkstedsmagasinet Refshalevej 153A, 2 1432 København K Tel. (+45) 33179595 Fax (+45) 33179596 info@iguzzini.dk MADRID Calle del General Oráa 70, 6ª planta 28006 Madrid Tel. (+34) 91.4345970 Fax (+34) 91.5017947 info.mad@iguzzini.es MILANO Via S.Damiano, 3 20122 Milano Tel. (+39) 02.7621161 Fax (+39) 02.76211641 orlandi@iguzzini.it MÜNCHEN Bunsenstrasse, 5 82152 Planegg Tel. (+49) 089.8569880 Fax (+49) 089.8569883

NEW YORK 60 Madison Avenue, 2nd floor New York, NY 10010 - USA Tel. (+1) 212 4818188 OSLO Brynsveien, 5 0667 Oslo Tel. (+47) 23067850 Fax (+47) 22648737 iguzzini.norge@iguzzini.no

SINGAPORE 3 International Business Park Unit Nos. #02-18/19 Nordic European Centre Singapore 609927 Tel. (+65) 65677910 Fax (+65) 65679177 admin@iguzzini.sg

PARIS 10 boulevard de la Bastille 75012 Paris Tel. (+33) 1.40528181 Fax (+33) 1.40528182

ST. PETERSBURG iGuzzini Finland & Baltic Oy Ro in St.Petersburg Sofiskaya Street 14 RU-192236 St. Petersburg Tel. (+7) 812.326 6565 Fax (+7) 812.326 6562 russia@iguzzini.fi

ROMA Via Panama, 52 00198 Roma Tel. (+39) 06.85354792 Fax (+39) 06.8411790 iguzziniroma@iguzzini.it

ZÜRICH Uetlibergstrasse, 194 8045 Zürich Tel. (+41) 044.4654646 Fax (+41) 044.4654647 info@iguzzini.ch

SHANGHAI iGuzzini Lighting Co., Ltd No. 2758 Huan Cheng West Road Fengxian Industrial Park Shanghai 201401 Tel. (+86) 021 6341 1199 Fax (+86) 021 3365 5201 info@iguzzini.cn

Representative Offices CHINA iGuzzini illuminazione Beijing Room 403+405+406, Floor 4 of Liangdian No.55 Building, No.94 Dongsi Shitiao Street, Dongcheng District, Beijing 100007 PRC Tel. (+86) 10.84476770 Fax (+86) 10.84476771 iguzzini@iguzzini.com.cn

RUSSIAN FEDERATION iGuzzini Finland & Baltic Oy Ro in St.Petersburg Sofiskaya Street, 14 RU-192236 St. Petersburg Tel. (+7) 812.3266565 Fax (+7) 812.3266562 russia@iguzzini.fi

TURKEY iGuzzini illuminazione SPA Türkiye ˙Istanbul ˙Irtibat Bürosu Veko Giz Plaza Meydan Sk. No:3 K.14 34396 Maslak Istanbul Tel. 0212.3558959 Fax 0212.3558951

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International distributors AUSTRALIA (all Territories except WA) E.C.C. Lighting LTD UNIT 8/39 Herbert Street St. Leonards, Sydney P.O. Box 128, St. Leonards N.S.W. 1590 Tel. (+61) 2.94606600 Fax (+61) 2.94606105 ecclighting@ecc.com.au AUSTRALIA (West Australia) Mondoluce 10 Weir Road Malaga, WA, 6090 P.O. Box 2705 Malaga, WA, 6944 Tel. (+61) 8.9321 0101 Fax (+61) 8.9321 3430 iguzzini@mondoluce.com.au AZERBAIJAN A+A Group of Companies 24B, Akhmadbay Aghaoglu AZ1008 Baku, Azerbaijan Tel. (+994) 12.4960026 Fax (+994) 12.4960026 Tel. (+994) 12.4473688 Fax (+994) 12.4473688 admin@aainter.com BAHAMAS (see Panama) BAHRAIN Al Bait 81, Old Palace Avenue, Hoora P. O. Box 613, Manama Tel. (+973) 17.534354 Fax (+973) 17.535422 albait@batelco.com.bh BOSNIA HERZEGOVINA Tim - lighting sistem d.o.o. Azize Šačirbegović 7 71000 Sarajevo Tel. (+ 387) 33.206 541 Fax (+ 387) 33.206 541 Tel. (+ 387) 33.262 520 Fax (+ 387) 33.262 520 tim.l.s@bih.net.ba BULGARIA Synthesis design - lighting studio 98, Bulgaria blvd 1618 Sofia Tel. (+359) 2.9532943/44 Mob. (+359) 878.723534 btrade@lighting-bg.com CAYMAN (see Panama)

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CHILE Opendark S.A San Sebastian 2839 Las Condes Santiago Tel. (+56) 2.3737100 Fax (+56) 2.3737150 info@opendark.cl CROATIA Lumenart d.o.o. Veruda, 60/B 52100 Pula Tel. (+385) 52.535939 Fax (+385) 52.535949 lumenart@lumenart.net SEM 1986 d.d. Boktuljin put b.b. 21000 Split Tel. (+385) 21.352 444 Tel. (+385) 21.352 567 Fax (+385) 21.367 077 sem@sem.hr CUBA (see Panama) CZECH REPUBLIC Etna spol. s r.o. Mečislavova, 2/307 140 00 Prague 4 Tel. (+420) 257.320595 Tel. (+420) 241.742748 Fax (+420) 257.310604 etna@etna.cz EGYPT Arab Industrial and International Trading Co. (Zaki El Sewedy Group) 12 Gameat El Dowal Al Arabia st, Mohandseen, Giza, Egypt Tel. (+202) 33.443762 Tel. (+202) 33.455806 Tel. (+202) 33.048880 Fax (+202) 33.443762 Fax (+202) 33.443763 hussam.safwat@elsewedy.net ESTONIA Moodne Valgustus AS Rävala pst. 7, Tallinn 10143 Tel. (+372) 6676670 Fax (+372) 6313195 moodne@valgustus.ee JORDAN World of Lights Imthari Al-N’aimat St. - Khalda P.O.Box 3897 Amman 11821 Tel. (+962) 6.5546107 Fax (+962) 6.5546105 info@worldoflights.net

GREECE Diathlasis S.A. Athens Office Headquarters Kifisias Av., 4, 15125 Marousi Tel. (+30) 211.2002500 Fax (+30) 211.2002599 info@diathlasis.gr Branch Office 8 Papakiritsi st. & Andrianoupoleos (4th floor) 55133 Thessaloniki Tel. (+30) 2310.416021 Fax (+30) 2310.416031 brastianou@diathlasis.gr HUNGARY K-liGht Világítástechnikai Kft Andor út 47-49 1119 Budapest Tel. (+36) 1.4635023 Fax (+36) 1.4635025 klight@klight.hu All light Kft. Csorbai út 5. 1119 Budapest Tel. (+36) 1.7821641 Fax (+36) 1.7821642 iroda@alllight.hu ICELAND GH Heildverslun ehf. Gardatorgi 7 - 210 Gardabaer Tel. (+354) 5656560 Fax (+354) 5656160 gh@gh.is INDIA L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. 348-349, Sultanpur, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road, New Dehli - 110030 Tel. +91-11-33620700-799 Fax (+91) 11.46683650 Fax (+91) 11.46683651 info@lsiindia.com L.S.I. Systems (I) Pvt. Ltd. Unit No. 416, 4th fl., Durian Estate Goregaon - Mulund Link Road Goregaon (E) Mumbai 400 063 Tel. (+91) 22.40037356 Fax (+91) 22.40037355 lsimumbai@lsiindia.com IRAN Hoorshar Design Company 3rd floor, #3, Sayeh avenue, Africa street (Jordan str), Tehran, 19677, Iran Tel. (+98) 21.22039170 Fax (+98) 21.22058693 info@hoordesign.com

JAPAN Stairlink Namiki BLDG 5F, 3-2-10 Ginza, Chou-Ku Tokyo 104-0061 Tel. +81.(0)3.5524-7650 Fax +81.(0)3.6228-6770 info@stairlink.co.jp KUWAIT (see iGuzzini ME) LATVIA Gaismas Stils SIA Maskavas Street, 12, LV1050 Riga Tel. (+371) 67.276760 Fax (+371) 67.797444 info@gaismasstils.lv LEBANON Unilux s.a.r.l P.O.BOX 16/5851 Beirut, Lebanon. Sed el Bauchriéh, Ittihad street, Gulf tower center, 11th floor. Tel. (+961) 1.891184/5 Fax (+961) 1.891186 unilux@uniluxgroup.com LITHUANIA Korgas UAB P. Lukšio g. 19 - LT-09132 Vilnius Tel. (+370) 05.2741500 Fax (+370) 05.2741501 info@korgas.lt MALTA Apex Interiors Ltd Triq iz-Zaghfran. Attard. ATD 9013 Tel. (+356) 21423835 Tel. (+356) 21423836 Fax (+356) 21423837 info@ail.com.mt MOROCCO Eurolux 69, Bd.de la Corniche - Ain Diab 20180 Casablanca Tel. (+212) 522.799500 Fax (+212) 522.798447 dc@eurolux.co.ma NEW ZEALAND E.C.C. Lighting Ltd. 39 Nugent Street, Grafton P.O. Box 391 - Auckland 1 Tel. (+64) 9.3799680 Fax (+64) 9.3735614 contracts@ecc.co.nz


NIGERIA Black Pelican Limited/IL Bagno 1A, Goshen Estate Road Elf Bus Stop, Lekki-Epe Expressway Lagos, Nigeria Tel: (+234) 1 2706651-2 Fax: (+234) 1 2706654 www.ilbagnonigeria.com OMAN Zubair Electric LLC P.O. Box 2634, CPO, Seeb Postal Code 111 Tel. (+968) 24594621 Fax (+968) 24594622 Fax (+968) 24594627 lighting.projects@zubairelectric.com PANAMA Everblue Trading Inc. Av. Samuel Lewis y Calle 53 Mezzanine Edificio Omega Adpo 0816-00744 Panama City - Panama Tel. (+507) 2635333 Tel. (+507) 3016600 Fax (+507) 264 0181 Fax (+507) 301 6607 everblueinc@hotmail.com PERÙ Trazzo Iluminacion S.A.C. Libertadores 274 San Isidro Lima Tel. (+51) 01.6159900 Fax (+51) 01.6159920 ventas@trazzoiluminacion.com POLAND Quest Sp. z o.o. ul. Ostródzka, 53 03-289 Warsaw Tel. (+48) 22.5670180 Fax (+48) 22.5670181 iguzzini@quest-light.eu Elipsa sp. z o.o. ul. Kolberga 48D 44-100 Gliwice Tel. +48 32 270-45-11 Fax +48 32 270-45-12 a.pyka@e-lipsa.pl

PORTUGAL Osvaldo Matos, SA Rua Santa Bárbara, 27/45 4400-289 Vila Nova de Gaia Tel. (+351) 223 710 419 Fax (+351) 223 702 044 mail@osvaldomatos.pt

SLOVENIA Arcadia Lightwear Tržaška Cesta, 222 SI-1000 Ljubljana Tel. (+386) 01.2562174 Fax (+386) 01.4235025 info@arcadia-svetila.si

QATAR Projects and Supplies (PVT.) Ltd. P.O. Box 8932 Doha Tel. (+974) 4355550 Tel. (+974) 4423262 Fax (+974) 4365642 psdoha@qatar.net.qa

SOUTH AFRICA Spazio Lighting (Pty) Limited 52 Andries Street North Wynberg/Sandton. 2031 P.O. Box 652324 Benmore 2010 Tel. (+27) 011.5555555 Fax (+27) 011.555 5544

ROMANIA Interiors Data Trade srl Showroom: Sphera Building Center Piata Pache protopopescu nr.1/11 021401 Bucuresti Tel. (+40) 21.3190845 Fax (+40) 21.3190767 marketing@idt.ro office@idt.ro

SOUTH KOREA MIRAEBOIM Co., Ltd. #301, Daeyoung B/D, 656-385, Seonsu-1ga, 2 dong, Seondong-gu, Seoul Korea, 133-823 Tel. (+82) 2.4641393 Fax (+82) 2.4641394 leh8208@paran.com

SAUDI ARABIA (see iGuzzini ME) SLOVAKIA Bellatrix, s.r.o. Popradska, 80 P.O.BOX 33 040 11 Košice Tel. (+421) 055.6325315 Fax (+421) 055.632 5292 bellatrix@bellatrix.sk Bellatrix, s.r.o. Košická, 39-41 821 08 Bratislava Tel. (+421) 2.55422969 Fax (+421) 2.55422969 bratislava@bellatrix.sk Bellatrix, s.r.o.ul. Janka Krála, 7 974 01 Banská Bystrica Tel. (+421) 903.505473

SYRIA L.E.N. Lighting Experts Network PO Box 368271 Damascus, Syria Tel. (+963) 11.2134271 Fax (+963) 11.4422435 info@len.co.sy THAILAND Live Lighting CO., Ltd. 219/55 Asoke Towers,16th floor Sukhumvit 21, Klongtoey Nua Wattana, Bangkok 10110 Tel. (+66) 22595151 Fax (+66) 22595100 Mob. (+66) 818082623 niraporn@livelighting.net

TUNISIA KBR 147 Av de la liberte 1002 Tunis Tel. (+216) 71.802446 Fax (+216) 71.802 856 Mob. (+216) 97.348700 kbr@kbr-net.com TURKEY Tepta Aydinlatma San.Ve Tic. A.S. Nispetiye Aytar Caddesi No. 24 Kat 1-2-3 34340 1. Levent Istanbul Tel. (+90) 212.2792903 (Pbx) Fax (+90) 212.2792904 ithalat@tepta.com UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Projects & Supplies (L.L.C) P.O.Box 11191, Dubai Tel. (+971) 4.2898828 Fax (+971) 4.2898829 mailbox@projectsandsupplies.ae Bin Dhahir Trading - Projects & Supplies P.O.Box 3875, Abu Dhabi,U.A.E. Tel. (+971) 2.6718280 Fax (+971) 2.6718284 prosupad@emirates.net.ae VIETNAM Lighthouse Electric Co., Ltd 84Q Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street Dakao Ward, District 1 Ho Chi Minh City Tel. (+84) 8.22284571 Fax (+84) 8.7301760 steve.lee@light-haus.comv

International sales organisation ARGENTINA/URUGUAY iGlight S.A. Esmeralda 718, piso 6 - of. E C1007ABH - C.A.B.A Buenos Aires Tel. (+54) 11.5237 2205 Tel. (+54) 11.5451.8292 Fax (+54) 11.5237 2205 iD 54*554*2174 info@iguzzini.com.ar proyectos@iguzzini.com.ar 43


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