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Householders wanting spectacular light shows in their gardens can now impress their neighbours, thanks to wireless electronics developed in St Ives. Contract electronics manufacturer Prism Electronics, in Burrel Road, did the boffin work for the unique sy

Householders wanting spectacular light shows in their gardens can now impress their neighbours, thanks to wireless electronics developed in St Ives.

Contract electronics manufacturer Prism Electronics, in Burrel Road, did the boffin work for the unique system being marketed by Suffolk-based Lightscape Musicale, which has launched the innovative garden lighting system that links into music and entertainment systems.

It transmits signals to up to 96 lights installed in the garden to create an infinite variety of lighting effects that bring a garden to life, the company says.

Prism helped Lightscape Musicale during the early stages of the product's development, particularly with optimisation for manufacture and establishing test routines.


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Nick Floyd, technical director at Lightscape Musicale, said: "Since we have been working with Prism they have shown immense eye for detail, which has been a valuable asset in helping us to launch our new product successfully."

Lightscape Musicale's lighting system comprises two main modules and a remote control. The modules contain three printed circuit boards that are manufactured by Prism.

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