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Glowing for growth

PRODUCTS IN PRACTICE - BUILDINGS FOR SPORTS AND LEISURE

OLDHAM LIGHTING The Omnia Centre at Greenside Place in Edinburgh makes eye-catching use of Prodigy and Chameleon cold-cathode lighting from Oldham Lighting. Columns have been turned into decorative features with cladding used to create 'light trees'. Using a 50mA cold cathode in the trunk, a 100mA cold cathode in the ring at the top of the trunk, and a 200mA cold cathode at the top of the tree, means that light appears to grow up the trees at increasing intensity. The lighting also changes colour with the time of day.

lENQUIRY NO. 1223

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