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Explorer

Comprehensive testing for emergency lighting


In a modern building environment,

light is taken for granted. People

trust it as they go about their lives.

It promotes comfort, security

and efficiency.

When an incident occurs and

power is lost, emergency lighting

helps to guide people safely

and calmly from the building

while enabling the emergency

services to do their work


Emergency lighting testing – Integrated safety

provides comfort of use, security and efficiency

Normal Use

The lighting scheme with

integrated emergency

luminaires is designed for

optimal performance, efficiency

and comfort. The emergency

luminaire versions blend

into the overall scene.

MenloSoft SR

Emergency Operation

Emergency luminaires are

designed to illuminate anti-panic

areas and escape routes to

the correct lighting levels and

the exit signage to indicate

the way out.

Thorn Explorer technology brings

intelligence to the emergency

lighting system and enables

owners and operators to ensure

that their emergency lighting

system is fully tested and ready to

operate at optimum performance.

A comprehensive, integrated

emergency lighting package,

Explorer, provides the peace

of mind and full confidence

of regulatory compliance.

This fully automatic, economic

testing system will satisfy the

needs of the most demanding

of authorities and produce

comprehensive documentation,

at the ‘touch of a button’.

PEC

Explorer reflects Thorn’s intentions

to deliver ‘Performance’,

‘Efficiency’ and ‘Comfort’

(PEC) in all of its products.

The PEC programme concentrates

on delivering ‘quality’ in

a lighting installation.

Performance: The emergency

luminaires in the system provide

emergency lighting and signage

in accordance with EN1838

Efficiency: The system

automatically tests the luminaires

in accordance with EN62034

Comfort: Peace of mind that

no manual testing is required

and that the test records

are automatically stored for

two years. Luminaires are

automatically identified when

repair is required.


Many challenges –

which option is best?

SelfTest

Project

Vision

Automated and cost effective

testing of Emergency Lighting:

Explorer SelfTest, Explorer Project

and Explorer Vision

Just like fire protection systems,

emergency lighting is potentially

life saving but worthless and

hazardous if the equipment

is not properly maintained.

As a consequence there are

increasingly stringent legal

requirements to regularly inspect,

test and maintain emergency

lighting in workplaces or

public buildings.

Explorer, the Thorn Lighting

Emergency Test product range,

provides automated testing of

emergency luminaires that is

fully compliant with European

Standards. This offers complete

peace of mind and safety

without the need for costly and

time-consuming manual testing

by a competent person, which

is required for the most basic

of conventional self-contained

emergency luminaires.

Your emergency lighting needs

to be regularly tested to check

that it is working properly (and

to conform with the requirements

of the regulations). A functional

test (where the luminaire changes

over to emergency operation)

must be performed every month.

A full duration test is required

annually, to confirm that the

battery has sufficient energy

to operate the luminaire in the

emergency mode for 3 hours.

The Explorer testing system

automatically checks functional

testing weekly and duration testing

annually, in accordance with the

requirements of EN62034.

Explorer has been designed

with three options to suit varying

requirements and budgets.

Consult the quick comparison

table below to help decide which

option is best for you.

Summary of benefits

• Cost effective compliance

with emergency lighting

testing regulations

Explorer SelfTest performs the

testing automatically for you –

only requiring you to walk

around the building once per

month and record that all is ok

(or any failures)

Explorer Project and Vision

performs all of the testing and

records the results

Explorer SelfTest Explorer Project Explorer Vision

Automatic testing: Yes Yes Yes

EN62034 compliant: Yes Yes Yes

Fault indication on luminaire: Locally via LED Centrally logged on Control Panel Centrally logged on PC and

Control Panels

Fault reports generated: Manually Printed or via SMS text Printed or e-mailed

Max. no of luminaires per system: 1 256 (with extenders) 5000

Communication cabling required: No Yes Yes / Computer network

Programmable: No Yes Yes

Addressable: No Yes Yes

Typical applications:

Small areas or refurbishment

projects where additional cabling

is impractical. For example:

offices, small shopping centres,

restaurants, public houses, hotels

and guest houses, medical centres

Small and medium sized

projects where visual inspection

of luminaires is impractical

or undesirable. For example:

universities, schools and colleges,

museums, shopping centres,

offices, industrial facilities

Large projects where

programmable testing of

large numbers of luminaires is

required. For example: hospitals,

universities, museums, airports,

supermarkets and hypermarkets,

industrial facilities


9

10

8

11

7

12

6

1

5

2

4

3

Explorer SelfTest

SelfTest

Project

Vision

Many of the Thorn ranges come with

Explorer SelfTest as standard, with an

integral diagnostic microprocessor to

monitor and automatically test to the

recommended schedule

Test LED Indicator Duration Frequency EN requirement

Function Test

(Energise luminaire from

battery briefly to simulate

mains failure)

Duration Test

(Energise luminaire for

full rated duration)

Green Rapid Flash 30 seconds Weekly Monthly

Green Slow Flash 1 or 3 hours Annually Annually

A bi-colour LED (red and green)

on the luminaire indicates status

as it monitors and automatically

tests its emergency functions

at intervals compliant with

legislation. Easy to install and

requiring no additional cabling,

SelfTest provides simple and

reliable standalone automatic

testing, eliminating the need

for costly manual testing by a

competent person.

• Self testing in accordance

with EN62034

• Faster than average

recharge time: 10-15 hours

• 3 hours operation, this gives

you the ability to re-enter the

building after an evacuation

• Bi-colour LED (red and green) to

provide clear status indication

• Boost starting technology gives

higher lumen output during

most critical switchover phase

to ensure greater visibility of

potential danger

• AC operation of lamps to

prevent lamp end blackening.

The visual benefit is that the

lamps look like new and

the luminaire continues to

look attractive.

• Cathode heating during

emergency operation prolongs

emergency lamp life to that

of normal fluorescent lamps,

reducing lamp replacements

• Adaptive mode: learns to

test while the building is

unoccupied, providing more

comfort to the user, removing

the distraction of a test

• Regulated electronic

charging circuit

• Deep discharge protection

to prevent battery damage,

prolonging battery life and

minimising maintenance cycles

• Automatic commissioning –

no programming required

• Function and duration testing

is staggered over the month,

minimising risk

Component LED Indicator Status

Battery Green Steady Healthy

Red Slow Flash

Red Rapid

Low

Not charging

Lamp Green Steady Healthy

Red Steady

Most Thorn Lighting luminaires are enabled for use with

Explorer SelfTest, Explorer Project and Explorer Vision

Failure

Cathode heating

Boost starting


Explorer Project

Up to 128 emergency luminaires

Intelligent emergency lighting

rises to the challenge

Explorer Project is the perfect

emergency lighting monitoring

system for medium-size

installations where low overheads

and full compliance are essential.

At the heart of the automatic

monitoring system is the XP128

controller which provides quick

and easy visual supervision

over all emergency luminaires

without special training.

Emergency operation

DALI

XP128 Controller


24V

L

Gnd

N

Gnd

TxD

RxD

24V

Gnd

Explorer Project GSM Module

SelfTest

Project

Vision

• The XP128 controller

supervises 128 luminaires

over two channels of up

to 64 luminaires each

• Touch screen for easy

programming

• Can be expanded to 256

luminaires via XPX64 modules

(see pages 8 and 9)

PE N L

A-D1

A-D2

B-D1

B-D2

TxD

RxD

Gnd

K11

K12

K14

K21

K22

K24

K31

K32

K34

• Infra-red port can up-load

reports to hand-held printers

• Volt-free contacts enable

signalling to remote

locations indication or

interface to a BMS (building

management system)

• GSM module (XPGSM) can

report faults via text message

to mobile phones and

also supports ‘one person

commissioning’

max. 250m/1.5mm 2 /

max. 64 Luminaires

Mains

Mains Mains Mains Mains

Mains Mains

max. 250m/1.5mm 2 /

max. 64 Luminaires

Mains Mains Mains Mains

Mains Mains

K11-K14 NO K11-K12 NC

K21-K24 NO K21-K22 NC

K31-K34 NO K31-K32 NC

NO: nomally open (SchlleBer)

NC: normally closed (Offner)

max. 24V AC/DC max.2A

Three volt free contacts

to signal system status

The luminaires contain a module

that communicates to the XP128

controller which signals over

wires to tell them to perform

their weekly functional tests and

annual duration tests. To maintain

integrity, they are asked to do

these tests in groups at periods

of minimum risk, in accordance

with the requirements.

Mains

XPPSU

XPGSM

Bus wiring to luminaires and XPX64 expander modules 300m max –

use 1.5mm 2 twisted pair, equivalent to Belden 9411


L

L

L

Explorer Project – up to 256 emergency luminaires

Simple to operate and configure

Expanding the Explorer

Project to work with more than

128 emergency luminaires

In this configuration, channel ‘B’

becomes a ‘signaling bus’ and

is used for communication to

the XPX64 extender modules.

There must be no emergency

luminaires directly connected to

this channel in this mode.

This helps with the wiring

planning as there can be up

to 300m of cable between the

XP128 controller and the XPX64.

The maximum distance from the

XPX64 to the furthest luminaire is

another 300m. If this still causes

planning difficulties, there is

a kit to extend the distances a

further 300m (XP300m+)

If you still need more capacity

see Explorer Vision, for up to

5000 luminaires!

The diagram below shows

the luminaires connected in

a string. This is often an easy

method of installation, but

you soon reach the 300m

maximum for the data cables.

Use a ‘star connection’ or make

a branch off from the main run

to achieve the cable run to your

furthest luminaire within the cable

limit. Optional isolators break

these runs into easily managed

segments (of 20 luminaires) to

speed up commissioning.

Explorer Project uses eDALI and

DALI signalling on the bus, which

means that it works with all Thorn

addressable emergency luminaires

and other DALI compatible

emergency luminaires.

...........................

Third floor

Second floor

First floor

GSM Module

Ground floor

300m max

to last XP-Extender

..................................................................................................................................................

........................................

...................................

RS232 (max 3m)

...........................

...........................

...........................

.................

XP128 Controller

XP Extender

Loop 4

64 luminaires

300m max

from XP-Extender

XP Extender

Loop 3

64 luminaires

300m max

from XP-Extender

XP Extender

Loop 2

64 luminaires

300m max

from XP-Extender

.............................

Loop 1

64 luminaires

300m max

(furthest luminaire

300m away)

XP Extender

GSM Module

XP128 Control

Mains

................................................................................

Typical installation for up to 256 luminaires

Isolator every 20 luminaires

speeds up commissioning

Can be star connected

*) *) *) *)

PE N L

A-D1

A-D2

B-D1

B-D2

Tx

Rx

Gnd

K11

K12

K14

K21

K22

K24

K31

K32

K34

Group

1

max. 300m/1.5mm 2 /

max. 64 EM - Ballasts

*) *) *) *) *) *)

max. 300m/1.5mm 2 /

max. 64 EM - Ballasts

out D1

out D2

in D1

in D2

XP

X64

max.

300m

1.5mm 2

Group

2

*) *) *) *) *) *)

*)

N

max. 300m/1.5mm 2 /

max. 64 EM - Ballasts

out D1

out D2

in D1

in D2

XP

X64

Group

3

*) *) *) *) *) *)

*)

N

max. 300m/1.5mm 2 /

max. 64 EM - Ballasts

out D1

out D2

in D1

in D2

XP

X64

Group

4

*) *) *) *) *) *)

*)

N


SelfTest

Project

Vision

1. Touch screen

Used to operate the system.

The screens are intuitively

arranged for easy use. This first

screen gives access to the quick

menu or other pages to input data,

display test results and so on.

2 and 3. Testing

Automatic tests normally run

once a week. When a manual

or duration test is required, it

can be selected here. The block

feature is used when selected

luminaires (in sensitive areas

such as operating theatres)

should only be tested manually.

4. Addressing

Luminaires are addressed on

site after installation. No special

programming is required, making

the process quick and reliable,

with no logistical problems.

5. Assigning relays and GSM

Relays can be selected to operate

according to the type of test or

fault. GSM operations are also

configured here.

Summary of benefits

• Performs all of the testing and

records the results

• Cost effective compliance with

emergency lighting testing

regulations

• Test results stored for 2 years

Explorer Project is for up to

256 emergency luminaires

• XP300m+ gives additional

wiring distance

1.

2.

3.

4.

Test

Funct. test Duration test Relay

all groups similar

Start function test

every Thur, Fri

at

start function test now ...

also see test book

Luminaires

Address

Check Callibration

Luminaire address group 1 (10 luminaires)

location:

Tue, 10.02.2004 16:52

Explorer Project XP128

Last test result:

OK

logical

address:

auto-search . . .

< Previous

16 : 00 : 00 oclock.

Quick Menu

BLOCK system . . .

Start function test . . .

Start duration test . . .

1

Floor 1, north entry

Next >

Relaybuzzer

Assignments

Status

Factory settings

OK

Lamp fault

Battery fault

Comm. problem

Test error, time out

Func. test running

Relay 1

Relay 2

Relay 3

Buzzer

assign

GSM

info

?

info

?

Cancel

Ass

?

?

5.


Explorer Vision

Up to 500 luminaires

SelfTest

Project

Vision

Explorer Vision satisfies the needs

of larger installations requiring more

than 256 emergency luminaires

For up to 500 emergency

luminaires, choose the Explorer

Vision XV500.

This computer operates

monitoring software, that ‘talks’

to the XP128 controllers over

a standard computer network

cable (up to 100m) to the Nport2

interface. This interface converts

the signals from ‘TCP-IP’ to RS232

so that the XP128 controller can

understand them. The screen

(not provided) shows the status

of the emergency luminaires.

If you need a longer distance

between the XV500 and the

Explorer Project XP128 controllers,

use your computer network to

perform the connections – see

configuration diagram overleaf.

You would connect the XV500 in

place of the XV5000. Now you

can monitor the XV500 from

another computer on your local

area network (using the software

provided). Note: if your building

layout needs you to have more

than 1m between the XP128

controllers just use an extra

Nport2 – see diagram overleaf.

Summary of benefits

• Medium system

• Up to 500 emergency

luminaires

• Direct connection up to 100m

• Can connect XV500 to your

computer network and monitor

it from another of your own

network computers

* Not supplied

XV500

Cross-over cable

up to 100m

RS232 1m max

Nport2

XPX64

Max 3

64max Luminaires

64max Luminaires

64max Luminaires

64max Luminaires

300m max

1.5mm 2 unscreened twisted

pair equivalent to

Belden 9411

XPX64

Max 3

64max Luminaires

64max Luminaires

64max Luminaires

64max Luminaires

RS232 1m max

300m max

1.5mm 2 unscreened twisted

pair equivalent to

Belden 9411

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For the more challenging application...

Up to 5000 luminaires

SelfTest

Project

Vision

Explorer Vision connects into your

computer network and monitors

your emergency lighting system

Use your computer network to link

multiple Explorer Project controllers

together to support as many as

5000 emergency luminaires over

a 1000m distance.

* Not supplied

XV5000 / XV5000D Computer

A larger computer operates the

monitoring software, which ‘talks’

to the XP128s over a standard

computer network cable via a

Nport2 interface. This interface

converts the signals from ‘TCP-IP’

to RS232 so that the XP128 can

understand them. The screen

(not provided) shows the status

of the emergency luminaires.

XV5000

Ethernet

(shielded twisted pair cable)

CAT5 cable (Limit 100m)

Ethernet

(shielded twisted pair cable)

CAT5 cable (Limit 100m)

HUB

Ethernet

(shielded twisted pair cable)

CAT5 cable (Limit 100m)

SWITCH

Fibre-optic link

(Limit 1000m)

Summary of benefits

• Large system

• Up to 5000 luminaires

HUB

Max. 5 Hubs serial

from computer

or after switch

SWITCH

• Uses computer network for

communication

• Use another PC on your

computer network to view status

of your emergency lighting

RS232 1m max

• Distances up to 1000m over

your computer network

Nport2

Ethernet

(shielded twisted pair cable)

CAT5 cable (Limit 100m)

Ethernet

(shielded twisted pair cable)

CAT5 cable (Limit 100m)

XPX64

Max 3

64max Luminaires

64max Luminaires

64max Luminaires

64max Luminaires

RS232 1m max

300m max

1.5mm 2 unscreened twisted

pair equivalent to

Belden 9411

RS232 1m max

Nport2

Nport2

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Explorer Vision – How it works

SelfTest

Project

Vision

Monitoring your emergency

lighting system

Explorer Vision

Version 3.7 (Build 3.7.1.1)

Company: A.N. Other

Building: Enterprise House

License code: LMC-0520-5861-2813-7613-7267-0190

License limit: local server

Reference number: 255975920

Time limit: none

THORN Lighting

www.thornlight.com

1. 2. 3.

4. 5. 6.

1. Explorer Vision links XP128

controllers together and

monitors the status of the

emergency luminaires.

2. It is easy to navigate around

the installation. Each Explorer

Project XP128 is shown along

with its four groups (of up to 64

luminaires) e.g. Main building

ground floor, west wing. Just

click onto an area to get to the

luminaires you want to access.

3. Click on the luminaire to get

its details.

4. Click on the group and the

luminaires are displayed.

5. Faults are indicated by the

red luminaire and details are

displayed. You can easily

monitor the Explorer Vision

computer, from another

computer connected to the

network using the software

provided on the disc. Note,

the software licence only

permits one user, so if the

computer is being accessed

locally e.g. for maintenance

purposes, it is not possible

to operate it from a remote

station, until the local

work has been completed.

All functions that are available

on the Explorer Project

controller XP128 can be

accessed from the Explorer

Vision computer. It operates

like a ‘virtual touch screen’.

6. Here the testing regime

for the XP128 is being

programmed from the

Explorer Vision controller.

Summary of benefits

• Checks your emergency

lighting remotely

• All Explorer Project

functions can be accessed

using the keyboard of the

XV500/XV5000/XV5000D

• See your emergency lighting

networked system from

one screen

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Typical luminaires available as

Explorer SelfTest or to work with

Explorer Project/Explorer Vision

SelfTest

Project

Vision

Voyager Elite

Voyager Elite XR

Voyager Elite SX

AquaForce Diffusalux II Jupiter II

MenloSoft SR

Quattro T line

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Explorer Project Components

SelfTest

Project

Vision

XP128 22154297

XPX64 22154301

XP300m+ 22154567

EXPISO 96218105

Controller

Extender (adds 64 luminaires)

300m extra wiring

Isolator

High quality controller for

monitoring, testing and fault

logging for up to 128 emergency

or exit sign luminaries. Can be

expanded to operate up to 256

using XPX64 extenders. 2 year

rolling memory. Din rail mounted.

Module (used on Channel B)

extends the Explorer Project

Controller capacity by a further

64 luminaire addresses.

For up to 192 use 2 modules

193 – 256 use 3 modules.

Din rail mounted.

Kit comprises a XV Repeater and

DALI Power Supply. Allows for

additional 300m wiring from

the XPX64 or XP128 controller.

Din rail mounted.

Splits circuits and reduces

commissioning time.

Contact your local sales

engineer if you require

commissioning for your

Explorer Project

XPGSM 22154298

XPPSU 22154300

XPPRI 22154299

GSM Module

GSM power supply

Infra red hand held printer

GSM Module facilitating ‘one

man’ commissioning of emergency

lighting systems using a mobile

phone. Also sends SMS messages

to maintainer on discovering

a fault. SIM card not supplied.

Din rail mounted.

Required to power the GSM

module. Din rail mounted.

Used for printing test reports

from the log file of the XP128

controller. Power supply by

battery, data transfer via

infrared interface.

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Explorer Vision Components

SelfTest

Project

Vision

XV500 22154561

XV5000 22154562

Nport2 72052223

XVCOM 22154566

Computer (Up to 500 luminaires)

Computer with visualisation

package for graphic display

and monitoring of up to 500

emergency or escape sign

luminaires. Complete with

mouse and keyboard and

230/24V power supply.

Additional software for another

PC to monitor if networked

(single user licence enabled).

Computer (Analogue)

(Up to 5000 luminaires)

Computer with visualisation

package for graphic display

and monitoring of up to

5000 emergency or escape

sign luminaires. Analogue

modem for remote access

over telephone line. Complete

with mouse and keyboard.

Additional software for another

PC to monitor if networked

(single user licence enabled).

XV5000D 22154569

Computer (Digital)

(Up to 5000 luminaires)

Network Interface

Converts Explorer Vision signals

to Explorer Project format

(TCP-IP to RS232). Normally

one per XP128 controller.

(1m max RS232 to XP128)

Can be used for up to 2 Explorer

Project XP128 controllers.

SC Kabelsatz 72052839

Nport

Pack of 2 cables (each 1m long

to connect between the Nport2

and the RS2323 port on the

XP128 Controller

Commissioning for

Explorer Vision

Computer with visualisation

package for graphic display

and monitoring of up to 5000

emergency or escape sign

luminaires. Digital modem for

remote access over broadband

connection. Complete with

mouse and keyboard.

Additional software for another

PC to monitor if networked

(single user licence enabled).

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Lighting people and places

Thorn Lighting Main Offices

Head Office

Thorn Lighting Limited

Silver Screens, Elstree Way, Borehamwood,

Hertfordshire, WD6 1FE, UK

Tel: (44) 20 8732 9800

Fax: (44) 20 8732 9801

Website: www.thornlighting.com

Australia

Thorn Lighting Pty Limited

13 Cooper Street, P O Box 188, Smithfield,

NSW 2164, Australia

Tel: (61) 2 9604 4300

Fax: (61) 2 9604 4588

E-mail: info@thornlight.com.au

Website: www.thornlight.com.au

Austria

Thorn Licht GmbH

Donau-City-Straße 11, 1220 Wien, Austria

Tel: (43) 1 202 66 11

Fax: (43) 1 202 66 11 12

E-mail: office@thorn.at

China

Thorn Lighting (Guangzhou) Operations Ltd

No.12 Lian Yun Road, Eastern Section, GETDD,

Guangzhou 510760, China

Tel: (86) 20 3228 2706

Fax: (86) 20 3228 1777

E-mail: sales@thorn.com.cn

Thorn Lighting (Tianjin) Co. Ltd

332 Hongqi Road, Tianjin 300190, China

Tel: (86) 22 8369 2303

Fax: (86) 22 8369 2302

E-mail: marketing@thorntj.com.cn

Czech Republic

Thorn Lighting CS spol. s.r.o.,

Na Březince 6/930, 150 00 Praha 5

Czech Republic

Tel: (420) 224 315 252

Fax: (420) 233 326 313

E-mail: thorn@thornlight.cz

Website: www.thornlight.cz

Denmark

Thorn Lighting A/S

Albuen 44, 6000 Kolding, Denmark

Tel: (45) 7696 3600

Fax: (45) 7696 3601

Website: www.thornlight.dk

France

Thorn Europhane SA

156 Boulevard Haussmann,

Cedex 08, Paris 75379, France

Tel: (33) 1 49 53 6262

Fax: (33) 1 49 53 6240

Website: www.thorn.fr

Hong Kong

Thorn Lighting (Hong Kong) Limited

Unit 4301, Level 43, Tower 1, Metroplaza,

223 Hing Fong Road, Kwai Chung, N.T.,

Hong Kong, China

Tel: (852) 2578 4303

Fax: (852) 2887 0247

E-mail: info@thorn.com.hk

Website: www.thorn.com.hk

Ireland

Thorn Lighting (Ireland) Limited

320 Harold’s Cross Road, Dublin 6W, Ireland

Tel: (353) 1 4922 877

Fax: (353) 1 4922 724

E-mail: enq.dublin@thornlight.com

Italy

Thorn Europhane Spa

Via G Di Vittorio, 2, Cadriano di Granarolo,

Bologna 40057, Italy

Tel: (39) 051 763391

Fax: (39) 051 763088

E-mail: info@thornlighting.it

Website: www.thornlighting.it

New Zealand

Thorn Lighting (NZ) Ltd

399 Rosebank Road, P O Box 71134, Rosebank,

Auckland 7, New Zealand

Tel: (64) 9 828 7155

Fax: (64) 9 828 7591

Norway

Thorn Lighting AS

Industriveien 11, P O Box 63, Skytta 1483, Norway

Tel: (47) 6706 2233

Fax: (47) 6706 0351

E-mail: s.kvernberg@thornlight.no

Poland

Thorn Lighting Polska Sp.z.o.o.,

Ul. Gazowa 26A, Wrocław 50-513, Poland

Tel: (48) 71 7833 740

Fax: (48) 71 3366 029

E-mail: thorn@thornlight.pl

Website: www.thornlight.pl

Russia

Thorn Lighting

Novoslobodskaya Str., 21, office 406 Business Center

“Novoslobodskaya 21”, Moscow 127030, Russia

Tel: (7) 495 981 35 41

Fax: (7) 495 981 35 42

E-mail: office.moscow@thorn.ru

Website: www.thorn.ru

Thorn Lighting

Representative Office,1 Artilleriyskaya str.,

1 BC ‘Europa House’, St Petersburg 191104, Russia

Tel: (7) 812 718 8112

Fax: (7) 812 718 8119

E-mail: office.petersburg@thorn.ru

Website: www.thorn.ru

Singapore

Thorn Lighting (Singapore) Pte Ltd

5 Kaki Buki Crescent, 04-02 Koyotech Building,

416238 Singapore

Tel: (65) 6844 5800

Fax: (65) 6745 7707

E-mail: info@thornlight.com.sg

Website: www.thornlight.com.sg

Sweden

Thorn Lighting AB

Industrigatan, Box 305,

SE-261 23 Landskrona, Sweden

Tel: (46) 418 520 00

Fax: (46) 418 265 74

E-mail: thorn@thornlight.se

Website: www.thornlight.se

United Arab Emirates

Thorn Lighting Ltd Dubai

Al Shoala Building, Office 301, Block E,

PO Box 1200, Deira, Dubai, UAE

Tel: (971) 4 2940181

Fax: (971) 4 2948838

E-mail: tlluae@emirates.net.ae

Thorn Gulf LLC

Al Shoala Building, Office 301/2,

Block E, PO Box 1200, Deira, Dubai, UAE

Tel: (971) 4 2948938

Fax: (971) 4 2948838

E-mail: thorng@emirates.net.ae

United Kingdom

Thorn Lighting Limited

Silver Screens, Elstree Way,

Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, WD6 1FE, UK

Tel: (44) 20 8732 9800

Fax: (44) 20 8732 9801

E-mail: brochures@thornlight.com

Website: www.thornlighting.co.uk

International Sales

Thorn Lighting Limited

156 Boulevard Haussmann,

Cedex 08, Paris 75379, France

Tel: (33) 1 49 53 6262

Fax: (33) 1 49 53 6240

Thorn Lighting Limited

Silver Screens, Elstree Way, Borehamwood,

Hertfordshire, WD6 1FE, UK

Tel: (44) 20 8732 1915

Fax: (44) 20 8732 1911

E-mail: international_sales@thornlight.com

www.thornlighting.com

Thorn Lighting is constantly developing and improving its products. All descriptions, illustrations, drawings and specifications in this publication present only general particulars and shall not form part

of any contract. The right is reserved to change specifications without prior notification or public announcement. All goods supplied by the company are supplied subject to the company’s General

Conditions of Sale, a copy of which is available on request. All measurements are in millimetres and weights in kilograms unless otherwise stated.

Publication No: 396 (INT) Publication Date: 02/07

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