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Modern street lighting doesn’t have to be ugly

Making the right luminaire choice for projects that demand quality

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The new Zeppa, from British manufacturer DW Windsor, is a slim architectural luminaire.  For projects that demand quality design, look no further.  Zeppa seamlessly blends into a versatile range of environments.

With a sustainable design which offers future upgradability.  Zeppa has an extensive range of optical, lumen, drive and control options.  It delivers up to 121 lm/W and is suitable for residential and minor roads to high traffic road lighting. 

Engineered to provide a pain-free installation, maintenance  and upgrade.  Zeppa offers up to 70% energy savings over traditional light sources.

For more information visit www.dwwindsor.com

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