LED indoor lighting.
Discover a new way to light.
LED solutions for indoor use: bulbs, spotlights, panels, ceilings, pipes, etc.. ideal for fill light from homes, offices and shops to schools, hospitals, hotels or supermarkets.
LED outdoor lighting.
Your imagine. We illuminate.
The outdoor range contains products able to light anything you set your mind on the outside. From short walks or gardens, to tunnels, roads, buildings, pavilions. Functional and aesthetic lighting.
Want to know more about LED technology?
What are LED
These “semiconductor” devices, solid state, making them itselves rugged, reliable, long lasting and vibration proof. They are used in most of electronic devices such as radios, televisions, stereos, computers… and in many others appliances to indicate standby status.
Of the total energy consumed by LED, 90% converts it to light, unlike incandescent bulbs that about 90% of its energy, converts it to heat.
The energy efficiency of all conventional lighting lamps is much lower than the LED, this is because it must consume more energy to produce the same light. The LEDs can be powered by batteries or solar panels. Besides that, LEDs are resistant to shock and a very
Main LED advantages
- Small size.
- Electricity consumption low.
- Long life.
- Is recyclable, thereby protecting the environment.
- Extremely durable, without anything that can crack, break or leak.
- It is also resistant to vibration.
- High energy efficiency.
- Low maintenance.
- Designed for easy installation.
- Suitable for indoor and outdoor applications.
- Full range of colors and illumination and angles for multiple purposes.
- More than 50,000 hours life.
Why are called LED?
LED are the initials for its english name: Light-Emitting Diode (LED). A semiconductor device that emits light, the color depends on the semiconductor material used in the construction of the diode and can range from the ultraviolet, through the visible and till the infrared. Diodes that emit ultraviolet light, are called UV LED Ultraviolet Light (UV) and emitting infrared light, are called Infrared-Emitting Diode IRED (infrared emitting diode).
Origin of the light emitted by the LED
The LED (Light Emitting Diode) is a light source, different from all others. Sometimes called “solid state light”.
The production of light comes from the emitting effect of certain semiconductors materials when they are subjected to an electric voltage.
No filaments, gases or other elements exposed to wear, and therefore their potential life is much longer than other light sources.
How does LED work?
Against to other systems, the LEDs do not have filaments, or other mechanical parts subject to breakage or fault by “cast”, there is not a point at which cease to function, but its degradation is gradual along its life.
The LED and the radiation of heat
LEDs do not emit heat in a conventional way, in exe, no heat is radiated with the light beam, as it is, for example, in an halogen or incandescent lamp, and less in a discharge lamp.
The heat is dissipated by conduction through the back. This feature makes LEDs particularly suitable to illuminate objects or materials that deteriorate with heat.
Ignition of LED
By their nature, ignition occurs instantaneously at 100% intensity, without flicker or boot time and regardless of the temperature. Unlike other systems, LEDs are not degradated by the number of ignitions.
The lifetime of the LED basically depends on two factors: the quality of the LED and the working temperature.
LEDs can last over 100,000 hours, if they work at appropriate temperatures, although it is expected that its flow is then only 50% of the initial flow.
Therefore it is better to estimate the useful life as that during which the LED can maintain a minimum flow of 70% of the initial flow.
This life, if you work with LEDs and performs appropriate dissipation is estimated at 50,000 hours, equivalent to 6 years of continuous operation (24 hours a day, 365 days a year).
Ecology and LED
A significant point to note in the facilities and especially in public type, is that LED devices are organic because they contain no mercury, last longer, saving large amounts of energy and produce almost no light pollution.
Longer life affects lower spending on electrical equipment, less waste and less cost resulting from the installation of reruns, this is especially important in light of the street, or in advertising signs where intervention costs are notoriously high.