The NAOS luminaire is the result of several years of searching for the best luminaire configuration for street lighting.
It meets all the requirements
for the EFEKT subsidy programme.

It is an uncompromising luminaire
in the price vs. performance ratio.

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LED tri-proof luminaire TIL EVO is designed for challenging environments. Branded components, 5 year warranty and free project processing make this luminaire the most favourite on the market.

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Second generation industrial LED luminaire for use at heights above 6m. Great heat-management, DALI control included in the base price and high-end chips make it the obvious choice for your project.

LED panel for recessed ceilings also available as a mounted option. Thanks to its low glare index UGR <19 it is perfectly suited for offices, corridors and classrooms.

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Jsme český výrobce a dodavatel LED svítidel pro průmysl a veřejné osvětlení. Zpracováváme projekty, počítáme úspory a zajišťujeme instalace včetně kontrolního certifikovaného měření.

Šetřit je důležité, s námi navíc jednoduché.

The shortest way to your goal

Industrial LED lighting

Street lighting

Project planning

Certified lighting measurement

We handle subsidies from the EFEKT 2022-2027 program

With a good project, passport, calculations and submission

up to 100% subsidy can be achieved.

And we’ll tell you how to do it.

Let’s take a look at it together.

Savings in industrial production thanks to LED lighting and motion sensors

LED lighting and motion sensors are modern technologies, that can help industrial businesses reduce energy costs and improve lighting efficiency in industrial halls and buildings. In this article, we look at how using LED lighting and motion sensors can reduce energy costs and improve lighting efficiency in industrial manufacturing.

Luminous smog - how lighting in cities and towns distorts the night sky

Luminous smog is an invisible type of pollution that can have a negative impact on our health and the environment. This type of pollution is caused by excessive urban lighting and infrastructure such as billboards, advertising panels, illuminated fountains and others.

What are the advantages of installing modern LED lighting in an industrial environment?

In recent years, more and more companies are choosing to replace their industrial lighting with modern LED lighting. This move can have many benefits not only for the company’s budget, but also for the work environment and the employees themselves. In this article, we will look at some of the key benefits of LED lighting for industrial use.

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What can I say? Just great. From the project, consulting to the delivery and installation, everything was absolutely professional. This is the beginning of a very strong cooperation. Thank you!
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The Phenomenon Hortify grows as if from water

Do you know why LED grow lights are becoming the world’s bestseller?

accelerate growth by up to 63%.
improove taste and encrease productivity 
Their payback is usually within 5 years.

Máme energie na rozdávání. Třeba rovnou na Váš projekt.

Světla jsou náš život. Jsme si 100% jisti, že najdeme nejlepší řešení i pro Váš projekt. Ať už se jedná o obrovskou fabriku s bambilionem svítidel, nebo klidně plácek před firmou. Každý projekt si zaslouží naše LED svítidla.

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Questions and Answers, or FAQ

Unfortunately, there is no universal answer. The important factors are determined by the standard (light intensity, glare, etc.). Others are determined, for example, by the height at which the luminaires will be suspended. In general, it is better to use luminaires with optics from a height of 6m. And the colour of the light? That is another question.

In general, 3000K (warm white) is more for residential use. It has a minimal blue component and therefore has the least effect on brain activity of the light colours listed. 4000K (neutral, daylight white) is usually chosen for places where people move around. It is not as aggressive as 6500K and does not fatigue the eyes. It’s been tested over the years. 6500K (cool white) with a tinge of blue is already obvious from the name that the blue content will be the highest. However, it should not be used for outdoor lighting. Ideally for a paint shop for paint inspection. But even this can be solved today with a more “acceptable” light colour with a higher Ra.

Unless you are replacing with grant money, or you need documentation for approval, then no. However, if you need to meet hygiene standards, to know how much and what kind of light you need, then yes. If you choose our luminaires, we will prepare the project for you free of cha

The number and location of emergency (battery) luminaires is usually defined in the OHS report. If there is no such report, we will suggest a logical placement in case of power failure and the need to move people. Furthermore, we can also connect to your backup circuit.

Are they really equivalent, or do they just look like it? Do they have a 5 year warranty? Did they design a project that they will give you a hand up for? Do they have a history and will they be here in 10 years? If you have reasonable and honest answers to these questions, then take them from a competitor. Otherwise, it would be a foolish decision. They’re just cheaper.

UGR – Uniform Glare Rating System for indoor glare, it is an index that is set from 0 to 30, in the range of 10, 13, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28. The average value is 19.
This is stated and discussed in more detail in EN 12464-1, ch. 4.5, where a rather complicated calculation formula is also given. In chap. 5, in the tables, the permissible UGR values in indoor spaces (rooms) are given.

Source: http://www.hygpraha.cz

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We collaborate with the Good Angel Foundation. And we are rightfully proud of it.

We don’t just bring light to halls, warehouses, garages, manufacturing.

We help bring light where our LED technology is not enough.