• Light Output Options:
    • 1100 lumens (12W*)
    • 2000 lumens (22W*)

*Total power consumption including driver based on the 4000K light engine

  • Emergency Output (BLF):
    • 1100 lumens - 79 Lumens
    • 2000 lumens - 167 Lumens
  • Low glare louvre as standard providing full glare control at the bedhead and good uniformity of illumination in the circulation zone
  • The light source is switched between a ‘Day’ and ‘Night’ setting. The ‘Day’ position is typically 100% output for general ward circulation lighting and ‘Night’ position will provide the 5 lux required at night time
  • Two driver options:
    • Analogue - light source is switched using a standard light switch (not supplied) typically at the ward entrance to deliver Day (100% output) and Night-lighting (5% output)
    • DALI - light source is switched using two pre-set dimming levels, typically 100% (day) and 5% (night). Must be used in conjunction with DALI lighting controls (power supply and wall switch). Onsite commissioning required


  • Black cast aluminium body with polycarbonate reflector ring in white
  • RAL Colour: White RAL9003.
  • Rapid installation guaranteed with the unique spring assembly
  • Luminaire and driver supplied as one complete item
  • For ceiling 5-50mm thick
  • Compatible with the Mirage LED Retro Fit solution


Nightingale Analogue 3hr Emergency LL/CW L70 B50
1100 lumen 4000K Analogue NGDR114KCFT NGDR114KCFTEM 67 >50K >50K 29K
2000 lumen 4000K Analogue NGDR204KCFT NGDR204KCFTEM 64 >50K >50K 29K


3000K COLOUR TEMP Replace 4K with 3K i.e NGDR113KCFT
COMEPS Add suffix /EP i.e NGDR114KCFT/EP
DALI Replace R with Y i.e NGDY114KCFT
Dimensions Diagram 1
232 183 137 1.4 3 165

Photometic Performance

Photometic Performance Diagram - 12W LED
LOR = 100.0%
SHR MAX = 1.33

LED Performance

Colour Temp RA (CRI) Colour consistency
3000K >90 MacAdam 3 SDCM
4000K >90 MacAdam 3 SDCM

Cast aluminium bodied LED centre ward down lighter with louvre for glare control at bedhead. For ceiling thicknesses of 5-50mm - as Whitecroft Lighting NIGHTINGALE LED

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At Whitecroft, we have developed the Whitecroft Lighting Academy, a structured learning programme that will allow us to develop our future leaders, and ensure all of our staff have access to the best professional development opportunities available in our industry.

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At Whitecroft, our BIM engineers are not only adept at using Autodesk Revit; they are also fully trained lighting designers. We believe this is essential. When you use our teams on your project, you can rest assured the whole lighting solution is being designed, assessed and managed by people who know the technology inside out and have a full understanding of your requirements.

- We can populate your BIM model with a full lighting design.

- All our BIM families are created in-house, so if bespoke models are required, we can deliver them.

- We use Relux to create design validation data that confirms your project’s compliance and supports your BIM model.

- Once the model is complete, we work with you to interrogate every element including quantity schedules, costs, energy validation, COBie data and delivery schedules.

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Whitecroft have become successful in the lighting market, with focus on various sector specialisms. We now have extended our skills by offering a fully managed service which supplies much more than just the luminaires.

Project Management skills have been developed to save time on a project by planning it out and considering all relevant factors which may affect its outcome.

From design to specification, through to product selection, commissioning and after-sales support, we can help our customers meet the cost challenges of the commercial environment.

Our Project Management services encourage a smooth transition throughout your lighting procurement, manufacture, delivery and installation, by providing advice on the best techniques to employ.


Whitecroft Lighting continuously strives to offer customers the best service in the industry. This covers all aspects of our service from lighting design and quotations, to ensuring on-time deliveries and providing dedicated project management.

Whitecroft Lighting operates in a sustainable way by creating lighting solutions best adapted to customer requirements, with the least possible impact on the environment including consumption of natural resources. Whitecroft Lighting contributes to and takes responsibility for the furtherment of sustainability, which it also requires of all suppliers in it’s chain.

Through our environmental management system we are continually reducing our use of natural resources, whilst optimising recycled materials, avoiding waste generation and increasing recycling. As a responsible manufacturer we carry our company values and policies into our supply chain so that our customers can have confidence in the fact that all our lighting solutions are manufactured using only environmentally safe materials and processes.