LED lamps are characterized by their enormous product range. Various types of bases and shapes of lamps - from screw and plug bases via high-voltage and low-voltage versions up to reflector lamps, and classic incandescent lamp shapes - are within our range. They are therefore ideally suited to both commercial and private use.
LED lamps are the ideal solution in many different areas – for new installations or as a replacement for classic incandescent lamps, compact fluorescent lamps or halogen lamps. Whether for private or commercial use, for example in restaurants and hotels: LED lamps are the perfect alternative for general lighting as well as ambient lighting.
High degree of efficiency and sustainability
Incandescent lamps are thermal radiators. In an enclosed bulb filled with gas, an electric current is passed through a filament of tungsten wire to make it glow. With this method of generating light only about 5% of the energy consumed is converted into light, the rest is lost as heat.
Incandescent lamps can be dimmed to any level and will last around 1000 hours on average. This corresponds to about one year for normal household usage of three hours a day.
Classic solution for colored lighting in a small format. Available in blue, green, red, orange and yellow.
Our extensive collection of energy saving light bulbs offers a wide range of earth friendly alternatives to the traditional lamps in your home.
Compact fluorescent lamps win you over with their especially high level of economy. In comparison to conventional incandescent lamps, they have an impressive average service life up to 20 times longer and consume considerably less energy by up to 80%. Because of their higher efficiency they can be operated very economically and soon make pay for themselves!
High voltage and low voltage – the right halogen lamp for every application
Mains voltage lamps (230V) are an ideal replacement for conventional incandescent lamps in private settings. In contrast, low voltage lamps are perfectly suited to use in professional settings, such as shops, hotels or restaurants. The different properties of the lamps determine the area of application.
Tubular fluorescent lamps are among the most widely used artificial light sources in the world! The main reason is the high economy of the lamps: They produce a lot of light and consume very little energy. The average service life of the lamps can reach up to 90,000 hours, making them ideal for use both in the professional sector and for private use.
The number of possible applications of fluorescent lamps speaks for itself: Lighting in shops, offices, restaurants and hotels, stadiums and sports halls, road and tunnel illumination as well as numerous applications for private use. Fluorescent lamps are also used in plant cultivation and animal husbandry. Also, the different available light colors and designs of fluorescent lamps are a decisive factor for their wide range of applications.
The SKYWHITE light color generated by the lamps also aids concentration in meetings and as a result, enables the participants to work more efficiently. Operation on electronic control gear ensures high reliability and long life. SKYWHITE is available now as LUMILUX ﬂuorescent lamps in T8 and T5 HO/HE and as DULUX L compact ﬂuorescent lamps.
A new quality of light: activates and motivates.
They emit a large proportion of “blue” light in the wavelength range from 410 to 460 nm and therefore come very close to the character of natural daylight. This in turn means that SKYWHITE improves contrast and reduces visual fatigue – and that is known to boost mental and physical performance. The high luminous ﬂux and high efﬁciency (up to 85 lm/W) of SKYWHITE are equally impressive.
LUMILUX SKYWHITE T8 and T5 and OSRAM DULUX L SKYWHITE are the ideal choice wherever high levels of concentration, attentiveness and well-being are needed in conjunction with special visual requirements
Infrared light has been proven to effectively relieve aches and pains caused by muscular pains and stiff joints. The comfortable warmth created by infrared light penetrates deep into your skin, stimulates blood circulation and warms your muscles. As your muscles are soothed, they automatically loosen up and relax. Because it makes the tissue more pliable, warmth also reduces stiffness and makes joints more flexible.
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UV light, short for Ultraviolet Light, is a type of light energy making up one part of the electromagnetic spectrum, which spectrum includes gamma and x-rays, UV light, visible light, infrared rays, microwaves, and radio waves, listed in order of decreasing frequency and increasing wavelength. UV light thus has a wavelength shorter than that of visible light, and can not be detected by the human eye. While UV light itself is invisible, it causes many substances to glow or fluoresce in a variety of colors visible to the human eye. This ability to make the invisible visible makes UV lamps valuable for mineral prospecting, criminal investigations, postal stamp evaluation, etc.
UV light is divided, at a minimum, into both Shortwave and Longwave radiation. Shortwave UV is produced by low pressure mercury arcs, with a wavelength of 254 nanometers, while Longwave, produced by low to high pressure mercury arcs, has a wavelength of from 320 to 400 nanometers. A nanometer is a unit of length used to define wavelengths of energies in the electromagnetic spectrum, equaling one millionth of a millimeter.
While Longwave UV, sometimes referred to as blacklight, is safe, Shortwave UV can irritate the eyes and burn the skin, so exposure should be controlled and ideally, UV goggles should be worn to prevent eye damage from inadvertently looking at the light source.
UV lamps typically come in both portable models and as permanent display units, offering one or more wavelengths depending on the model. The basic elements of a UV lamp include the power source, the ultraviolet light bulb, and the filter.
UV light bulbs are constructed of a special high silica glass, or of quartz in the finest quality. They are rated by wattage, not unlike a bulb in your house lamp, so this can be an indication of your lamp's brightness. However, this is not a hard and fast rule because the way in which a UV lamp is powered and designed also affects its brightness. Shortwave bulbs appear clear when off. Longwave bulbs, having phosphors on the inside, with or without integral filters, appear white or black (blacklight) when turned off.
Along with ultraviolet light, all UV lamps emit some visible light, too, which tends to mask any fluorescence, so special dark purple glass filters are placed over the bulb to block the visible light, while allowing as much UV light to still pass through. Longwave filters, which have a relatively coarse surface appearance, last indefinitely.
Keep in mind that the darker your surrounds, the easier it will be to observe the effects of fluorescence from your UV lamp. Depending upon how bright your lamp is, you may or may not be able to use it in the daylight.
Ultraviolet lights have many uses:
High-pressure sodium lamps provide the highest luminous efficiency of all high-pressure discharge lamps – as much as 150 lumens per watt! They are the most economical light sources in general lighting.
Mercury vapor lamps (HQL) are often used as light sources for street and factory lighting because of the low investment costs. They need a ballast but not an igniter. Because of their low efficiency, mercury vapor lamps consume much more electrical energy than metal halide lamps or high-pressure sodium lamps for example to achieve a certain quantity of light.
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The low-cost alternative among metal halide lamps. These lamps incorporate quartz technology and operate on the basis of a discharge vessel (arc tube) made of transparent high-temperature-resistant quartz glass that can withstand temperature changes. Metal halide lamps are available in many different designs and wattages. The numerous advantages of metal halide lamps open up a wide range of possibilities in professional industries with varying requirements, such as trade fairs, architecture, industrial or street lighting and sports fields.
Advantages of quartz technology
Bulbs has been used successfully for years in torches with reflectors.
Bulbs for vintage and classic oldtimer cars and motorcycles in 6V version.
Reliable lighting on a car is essential for a safe journey. Modern light solutions provide an optimally lit driving area and permit even faster recognition of signs, obstacles and hazards. Improved brightness values also improve your driving experience. It is easier on your eyes, the risk of fatigue is reduced and each destination can be reached safely.
Truck lighting must withstand enormous loads, be highly reliable and provide perfect lighting right up to the end of each trip. Daily professional use often pushes truck and commercial vehicle lamps to their limits. High performance solutions with an extremely long life ensure that the road surface is perfectly lit. This improves your driving experience and also safety - reducing down times and fleet costs.
Illumination of food products, fruit and vegetables - simply a delicious view
Light colors used to present fresh goods trigger emotional impulses. Close to perfect color reproduction is therefore essential. IR and UV reduced lighting also protects the food products and packaging material.
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The light from FLUORA fluorescent lamps has an emphasis at the blue and red ends of the spectrum so it is ideal for promoting photo-biological processes in plants. The result is healthier plants.
Stage lighting – impressive and inspiring
Theater lighting – effective and powerful
Lighting for video applications and professional photography – durable and reliable
Lighting for film and TV productions – first class and atmospheric
Halogen reflector lamps offer the ideal no-fuss solution for a wide variety of medical, projection and scientific illumination systems. Their proven reliability makes them ideal for retrofit installations. The burners are precisely aligned for optimal light performance.
Dichroic reflectors ensure heat dissipation towards the back of the optical system, which helps the optical system remain within temperature limits. A special blue-filter version blocking out unwanted light above 700 nm is available for dental curing applications. In addition, you get all the proven advantages of halogen technology such as a CRI of 100 – the same as natural sunlight for the best possible color rendering.
Halogen lamps also create a comfortable warm white light, and they maintain their high lumen output with almost no lumen reduction throughout their lifetime.
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