Concepts

Human Centric Lighting+
The day is gaining more and more rhythm with the passing hours and the increasing of light intensity. But it is with the first light of day that you gain the first impulse for everything that comes...
Colour Rendering Index (CRI)+
 The Colour Rendering Index, or as it is more commonly known CRI represents how faithful the light sources can reveal colour or colours of the illuminated objects compared to the same colours...
Correlated Colour Temperature +
 Correlated Colour Temperature generally known as CCT, in lighting terms, refers to the appearance colour of a light source in relation to the appearance of an incandescent light source,...
Appliance Classes+
In lighting terms, Class refers to the protection against potential electric shocks that can happen due to physical contact with the electric part of the device, differentiating the type of...
IP Code, International Protection Marking+
 Rates the degree of protection provided against intrusion (body parts such as hands and fingers), dust, accidental contact, and water. --- The second digit indicates the level of...
DALI Protocol+
The Digital Addressable Lighting Interface, better known as the DALI protocol, is a common system for all lighting components, allowing them to be controlled digitally. With this system, all...
Retrofit - modernization of an obsolete system+
The term retrofit, a combination of the word retro with fit, applied to lighting, is the modernization of an obsolete system, replacing the equipment by other with more advanced and efficient...
LIFE-TIME, lumen maintenance and failure rate+
The light output of a LED Module decreases over lifetime, this is characterized with the L value. L70 means that the LED module will give 70 % of its initial luminous flux. This value is always...
Safety Extra Low Voltage (SELV)+
All components of a device that are in contact with the electric current must be isolated or protected, and when this is not possible, they should be supplied at low voltage, between 120 volts DC...
Flickering & Stroboscope Effect+
The flickering is defined as the subjective impression of the light flux fluctuation, which results essentially from the very fast fluctuations of small output voltage amplitude. This phenomenon,...
Photo-Biological Safety+
The potential effects of optical radiation on the skin and eyes are known as photo-biological risks. The LED has the great advantage of emitting an insignificant amount of ultraviolet (UV) and...