Electrical Contracting News (ECN) August 2016 - Page 20

COMPETITION WIN AN IPAD AIR 2 courtesy of L EDIT-B100, the new two way dimmer from Hamilton, is the latest addition to its extensive range of lighting control solutions. Designed to be compatible with most mains dimmable LED lamps and luminaires, the LEDIT-B100 enables dimming from two switches on a circuit, plus will readily accommodate a third intermediate switch for extra control - making it perfect for applications such as larger rooms with two entrances/exits or on stairway lighting. Based on Hamilton’s proven ‘intelligent’ LEDstat dimmer technology, LEDIT-B100 comes pre-set to ‘Trailing-Edge’ as standard but the dimming mode can be manually set for ‘Leading-Edge’ control when necessary, and allows the minimum setting to be adjusted. If the circuit contains a mixture of both Trailing and Leading-Edge LEDs, the dimming mode can be fine tuned to deliver a smooth operation and maximum performance. The LEDIT-B100’s soft start feature helps extend lamp life. However, due to varying lamp inrush currents, Hamilton recommends a combined multi-lamp load of no more than 100W per dimmer. Available in Hamilton’s wide range of stylish plate designs and finishes to coordinate with existing interior themes. • Two way dimming plus intermediate switching • Optional small or large control knob • Silent operation • Compatible with most branded dimmable lamps • White and black inserts available • Minimum level pre-set • Fits 35mm deep wall box Closing date To be in with a chance to win an iPad Air 2 courtesy of Hamilton Litestat, simply answer the following questions: 1. What is the pre-set setting of LEDIT-B100? 2. What is the recommended combined multi-lamp load per dimmer? a) Leading Edge b) Trailing Edge c) Neutral PRODUCT BENEFITS: 3. Which group had a hit with the song ‘Let it Be’? a) The Rolling Stones b) The Beatles c) The Who a) 100W b) 150W c) 200W All entries must be returned by 31st August 2016. No correspondence will be entered into. The editor’s decision is final. The name of the winner will be published in the October issue of ECN. * Prize is not exchangeable. June competition The winner of a Microsoft Xbox bundle courtesy of Unitrunk was Trevor Bennett of TSG Building Services. To enter, please complete the form below and fax to 01634 673173, or post to: ECN Competition, All Things Media Ltd, Suite 14, 6-8 Revenge Road, Lordswood, Kent, ME5 8UD. ✃ The answers to August’s competition are: 1. ........................................... 2. ............................................. 3. ................................................ Have you previously registered for your free monthly copy of ECN? What is the main activity of your business? How many people read your copy of ECN? 1 1 Electrical contractor 2 Manufacturer 3 Wholesale/distribution 4 Consultancy 5 Public utilities 6 Facilities management 2-3 4-6 6+ Are you a member of any of the following trade bodies? 1 NICEIC 2 ECA B&ES Yes No Which of the following areas are you interested in? 1 Circuit protection and switchgear 2 Test equipment 3 Tools 4 Cable management 5 Security 6 Fire detection and emergency lighting 7 Lighting 8 Heating and ventilation 9 UPS 7 Training/qualifications 3 8 Trade association 4 SELECT 9 Other (please specify) 5 NAPIT 6 ELECSA 10 Wiring accessories 7 IET 11 Network infrastructures 8