Multiload Technology shortlisted for prestigious 2012 Lighting Design Awards

Lighting specialist Multiload Technology has been shortlisted for the 2012 Lighting Design Awards in the Lighting Controls category.

Mutliload Technology entered MoodMaker, a sophisticated scene setting lighting system, which is easy to install, user-friendly and highly reliable as its product innovation.

MoodMaker works without recourse to microprocessors and memory chips, which are susceptible to corruption, offering instead a unique and fresh approach to lighting controls, which puts the user in total control of the installation.

The system provides immunity to high voltage spikes and magnetic surges that corrupt digital systems, there is no need for programming or troubleshooting by software specialists and it offers straightforward maintenance by any electrician.

Such benefits have seen MoodMaker employed in a number of applications including the recently refurbished St Patrick’s Catholic Church in London’s Soho, and the iconic Marriot St Pancras Hotel, Kings Cross, London.

Brian Cuthbertson, managing director of Multiload Technology, said: “We are delighted MoodMaker has been shortlisted for the 2012 Lighting and Design Awards. This truly innovative product represents a real step forward in the design of lighting control systems. With MoodMaker we have introduced enhanced levels of electronic intelligence, based on new developments in analogue techniques, to produce a product which is inherently reliable.”

MoodMaker provides four moods, plus full on and off, for any number of lighting channels and can control all light sources by providing a 0-10V signal to drive units such as LED drivers, fluorescent ballasts, low voltage transformers, as well as neon and argon transformers. Plus, Multiload Technology’s Analogue Mains Dimmer AD2500 can be used for all mains dimmable loads.


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