What does the Kelvin statement stand for?

In Kelvin (K) the colour temperature of the light is given. The many possible colours or light colours are mainly divided into three levels, the warm white (1000K – 3000K), the neutral white (4000K – 5000K) and the cool white (6000K – 8000K) light. Our range offers a range of lights whose colour temperature is individually adjustable.

What are LEDs?

LEDs are light emitting diodes. These are electronic components that convert electrical energy directly to light through the movement of electrons within the material of the diode. LEDs are important because due to their efficiency and low energy, they are beginning to replace most conventional light sources.

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What are the advantages of using Light emitting diodes(LED)?

More Economical

Replacing a halogen light bulb for an LED light bulb will save up to 90% on your next electricity bill.

Long Lasting LED

The average life of a halogen light bulb is around 2.000 hours, while LED bulbs last 50.000 hours.

Better Lighting

They are brighter and clearer than halogen and fluorescent bulbs. They also produce instant light and don’t flicker or vary in intensity.


You can configure and control light using new lighting techniques, creating environments that reflect your personality.


It’s obvious that due to consumption being lower, the amount of fossils fuels being used is also reduced. Also, LEDs are made of recyclable materials.

Say no to insects

LED technology hardly emits ultraviolet light, which attracts insects. This minimizes the amount of dirt and the annoyance of their presence.

Less Heat

Because they feed off low voltage and consume very little power, LEDs emit a very small amount of heat, saving in heating/air conditioning.

What does the term Lumen stand for?

Lumen is the internationally standardized unit of luminous flux and indicates the brightness of a lamp. You can use the lumen indicator to gauge how bright the lamp is. The higher the lumen value, the brighter the lamp. In order to get a feeling for the brightness in comparison to the known watts, here are some examples:

25W bulb = about 250 lumens

40W bulb = about 470 lumens

60W bulb = about 806 lumens

75W bulb       = about 1055 lumens

100W bulb = about 1521 lumens