Low consumption

This is the great advantage of LED lamps (from “Light Emitting Diode”). The operating principle is based on electroluminescence - emission of light by the passage of energy. This process may represent a saving of 80% compared to incandescent lamps, whose replacement by LED ones is a crucial step for the control of gases emissions which contributes to the greenhouse effect on planet.


A great LED lamp may last 35 to 50 mil hours (eight to ten years), while the incandescent ones have a lifetime of about a year, on average. Furthermore, the beam emitted by the lamp practically does not change the brightness with its use. A compact fluorescent lamp comes to lose 84% of its light output after 2000 hours of use.


No risk on direct contact - by working with low voltage, it can also be used in wet environments, without risk.

Environmentally friendly

It is not composed by toxic substances, mercury or filaments.


Unlike the incandescent lamps that easily break, LED-based semiconductors are resistant to shock.


Almost all of the energy supplied to LED bulbs is spent on lighting, so there is practically no heat release.


LED lamps can offer several colorations, which allows a lot of possibilities for lighting, especially in party areas.