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Passion for lighting drives us to develop and integrate cutting-edge lighting technologies into exciting new products you just have to see.
Better efficiency. Higher quality. Increased versatility. You'll find all this and more in our newest selection of energy-saving lighting solutions.
From next-generation thermal management to LED lighting which have the appearance of halogen, we're reinventing what's possible with lighting.
Electrolytic capacitor-free IC driver for maximum reliability and lifetime
High voltage, high output, single point LED light source
The world's smallest active heatsink provides higher quality, brighter light for longer
Unparalleled LED light control, for even, halogen appearance
Tunable white LED lighting for application-specific environments
Plug 'n' play integration with lighting control and automation systems
Our indoor lighting range is among the largest, most advanced in the industry. We specialise in energy-saving, LED-optimised luminaires for an array of applications.
Available indoor lighting includes bathroom lighting, cabinet and display lighting, commercial lighting, downlighting, emergency lighting, low level lighting, strip, flex and modular lighting, surface lighting, track lighting, uplighting, marker lights, and wall luminaires.
Extend the beauty of the natural world well past daylight hours with our outdoor lighting. Our range blends stunning aesthetics, industry-leading lumen output, durability and performance with the ultimate energy savings.
Flexible outdoor lighting options include ceiling / canopy lighting, coastal lighting, floodlighting, low level lighting, pathway lighting, recessed ground lighting, spotlighting, strip, flex and modular lighting, walkover lights, wall lighting, wallwashing and grazing solutions.
Aurora Lighting's range of LED, CFL, fluorescent, halogen, and HID lamps represent the brightest and most sophisticated commercial and residential lamp ranges in the industry.
Our energy-saving LED and CFL lamps deliver up to 80 percent power savings over traditional lighting technologies and are available in Premium, Specification and Economy ranges.
The power category is an integral part of Aurora's heritage with more than 50 million units sold worldwide.
An LED lamp is only as robust as its power supply. The strength behind our range of energy-saving lighting lies in our reliable, efficient constant current LED drivers, constant voltage LED drivers, transformers and HID ballasts.
Our lighting control solutions reflect an understanding of the experience of interacting directly with the lighting environment and the role of lighting within smarthomes and automated environments.
An available range of RGB lighting controllers, rotary lighting dimmers, lighting scene controllers & specialist lighting controls maximise energy savings and lighting system safety.
Your bathroom serves many purposes, and its lighting does as well. Our specialised bathroom lighting products can create an bathroom environment that is bright enough to prep, soft enough to relax, and direct enough to enhance design details. Your bathroom is a showpiece of your home, so make sure it receives the treatment it deserves.
Ambiance takes the spotlight in the hospitality industry. Whether it's intended to energise guests at a club or entertain diners in a restaurant, great lighting sets a mood and creates memorable experiences. Our range of lighting products designed for hospitality will inspire and delight, provide an enjoyable experience for your guests and staff, and nurture customer loyalty, all while saving your business money.
Travelers are looking for more than a place to stay when they choose a hotel. Our energy-saving hotel lighting solutions can provide an atmosphere that will earn customer loyalty and increase profits. Our lighting products are specifically designed to enhance your visitors' experience from the moment they enter the lobby, and our energy-saving technology will help you reach your sustainability goals.
The modern kitchen operates as more than a place to prepare food. Our energy-saving kitchen lighting solutions will accent your kitchen's design, give you the brightness you need to cook, provide gentle ambient lighting for a family meal, or set the mood for a festive dinner party. Whatever purpose your kitchen serves, Aurora's solutions will make it an enjoyable experience.
Churches, schools and other municipal buildings should evoke an aura of community, fellowship and security. Along with establishing an inviting public space, we at Aurora know that cost takes priority in any municipal organisation's project. Our energy-saving municipal solutions are considerate to the environment and your budget.
An office represents its company and the employees that work there. Our office lighting will cultivate an atmosphere of productivity and enterprise for any workspace. Our solutions offer minimal glare, maximum brightness, and the ultimate energy-savings. With benefits like these, you'll be eager to get to work.
Your home is a retreat, a space for entertaining, a place for creating memories, and a reflection of you. Our residential lighting solutions offer the flexibility and customisation you desire, and the energy-savings your budget requires. From highlighting architectural design features, to creating an inviting atmosphere for a family gathering, we provide a spectrum of residential applications that truly say "welcome home!"
Retail lighting must showcase merchandise and entice shoppers, all while maintaining low overhead costs. We offer retail-specific solutions that will engage potential customers, create a comfortable shopping experience, and highlight the signature elements of your brand.
Here at Aurora, we provide more than lighting products. We aim to inspire you with a full spectrum of lighting inspiration and tips, like you'll find in our exclusive Lighting Ideas Blog and Inspiration Gallery.
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(a) The Receiving Party agrees to keep in strictest confidence and not (i) use for its own benefit or other than for exploring the possible development of a business relationship, or (ii) disclose or make available to any third party, all or any part of the Confidential Information. The Receiving Party may disclose Confidential Information only to its employees who reasonably require access to such information for exploring the possible development of a business relationship, and who have agreed in writing to be bound by the terms of this Agreement and to professional advisers engaged to advise in connection with the proposed business relationship who are themselves bound by a duty of confidentiality. The Receiving Party shall protect all Confidential Information with at least the same degree of care it uses to protect its own confidential and proprietary information, but in no event less than reasonable care.
(b) Notwithstanding the foregoing, this Agreement shall not apply to any Confidential Information which the parties agree in writing is not confidential or which the Receiving Party can demonstrate by credible and admissible evidence:
(i) was known to the Receiving Party or its employees prior to receiving it from Disclosing Party, provided the Receiving Party’s prior knowledge is documented in writing to the Disclosing Party within a reasonable time of such disclosure;
(ii) was generally available to the trade or to the public prior to its receipt from the Disclosing Party;
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(iv) corresponds in substance to any information received in good faith by the Receiving Party from any third party without any obligation of confidence in respect of the information; or
(v) is disclosed to the Receiving Party without restriction as to confidentiality, by issuance of a patent to it, or otherwise.
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(d) If the Receiving Party is required by law or legal process to disclose any Confidential Information, it first shall provide prompt notice of such to the Disclosing Party so that it may seek legal protection for the Confidential Information. If protection is not obtained, the Receiving Party may comply with such law or legal process to the minimum extent possible in the circumstances.
(e) All Confidential Information, and all copies thereof made by the Receiving Party, shall be returned to the Disclosing Party or destroyed at its request, and in any event, upon completion or termination of this Agreement.
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Neither party shall have any duty to disclose any Confidential Information to the other party.
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All communications in connection with the proposed business relationship should be with Andrew Johnson, Neil Salt, Mark Comiskey or Simon Coombes of the Receiving Party. Neither party should contact the employees, customers or suppliers of the other party without the other party’s prior written consent.
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(c) Rights under this Agreement are cumulative and do not exclude rights provided by law.
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