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Prime Light, a lighting distributor, is to offer Chess UK’s Mymesh system as a wireless solution to both retrofit and new projects. 

Mymesh, a plug and play wireless network which allows the building’s lighting system to operate from a network of wireless switches and PIRs controlled by a central management system, enabling clients to convert their premises into smart buildings, has been developed over the past 20 years by Chess UK. 

Not only does the system work alongside existing luminaires, it is compatible with all existing DALI solutions and can automate emergency lighting testing regimes. 

Mymesh is relatively new to the UK market but has already seen recent success. It won a Lux Award in 2019 and was chosen for large deployments around the UK. These deployments include Bluewater and Westfield shopping centres, high security government buildings, NHS Trusts such as Guy's and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust and numerous council-run properties. 

Sean Hounslow, Managing Director of Prime Light, said: “We are incredibly excited to have entered into partnership with Chess UK, this is a major step for us on our strategic journey to become the go-to supplier for smart lighting solutions. With Mymesh, we can provide our established customer-base with a cutting-edge control system that offers a versatile solution to any project that requires controllability. It’s only been two weeks and already we have secured several large projects”

“This partnership will enable us to have a wider reach in the UK lighting industry and support more clients. We recognise that a world-leading technology is only meaningful if it has a world-leading support behind it.”, says Jasper Hijink, Director of Chess UK. “This move enables us to put even more focus on bringing our message to the market”. 

With the last six months forcing buildings to work at half capacity or sometimes less, it is a significant time for those looking to increase the efficiency of their lighting systems. Mymesh has the capability of generating cost savings of up to 80% which is sure to create a buzz in the lighting industry. 

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