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Exactly how much can you save with LED?

Posted on August 15, 2014

Have you used our interactive energy savings calculator yet? We created it so customers and prospective customers can work out exactly how much they can expect to save by making the switch to a more efficient lighting solution. Customers looking to install products such as LED tube lights, panels, high bays and downlights input the… Read More


International Partner Program

Posted on August 7, 2014

Sedna are looking for global partners to form a mutually beneficial professional working relationship with, supporting them to distribute from our diverse range of innovative LED lighting products.   Products suitable for a range of applications  Our partnership program offers complete and full support, combining your knowledge of the geographical location with our knowledge of… Read More


Blog: LED Word Board

Posted on July 15, 2014

What are some of the words that spring to mind when you first think about LED lighting? LED can be a mind-field to those not in the know, so we’ve created this simple word board that shows you some of the terms, benefits, features and names behind the technology as well as some of the areas you may… Read More

Formula 1

Case Study: Formula 1

Posted on July 4, 2014

With all eyes on the track – it’s important it’s lit to perfection. Sedna’s TITAN™ Heavy Duty LED Flood delivers an astonishing 16,000 lumens from only 180W thanks to advanced design, multi-fin heat sink system and efficiency drivers from Meanwell™. Formula One opted for the TITAN™ to illuminate one of their race circuits – with… Read More

Emergency Light

Product design graduate and Sedna create life-saving emergency light

Posted on June 30, 2014

Sedna teamed up with a highly talented recent product design graduate from Cardiff Metropolitan University, Graham Scutt, to develop an emergency light for Zambia which has the potential to save many lives.   Although maternal mortality worldwide dropped by almost 50% between 1990 and 2010, everyday approximately 800 women die from preventable causes related to… Read More

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