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We put our reliability to the test

Build your reputation for reliability by using LED components that have undergone the most rigorous global testing and assurance program. So you have the peace of mind of knowing your customers will have the most satisfying experience whenever they buy your products.
Quality and you

What quality lighting means for you

Quality control

Quality control

 

Our globally standardized, gated development and testing process (NPDL) verifies and validates the design of our products and the supplier parts we use, including

testing mountings to ensure quality and compatibility.

Reliability program

Reliability program

 

We build our components, products and systems to validated designs that are engineered for best-in-class reliability and governed by rigorous quality assurance

processes at every stage in the development cycle.

Best practice testing

Best practice testing

 

Simulations ensure a highly-predictable lifetime with failure rates for solder joints,

connectors and screws. The Six Sigma standard eliminates product defects and Failure Mode and Effect Analysis drives continuous improvement.

Validation

Validation

 

We also use Advanced Life testing (ALT) to guarantee our products and components have the lowest failure levels in the lighting industry.

What's new?

  • DALI providing infrastructure for IoT

    DALI providing infrastructure for IoT

    Watch Peter Duine and Geert van der Veen discuss how the Digital Addressable Lighting Interface (DALI) evolved into the new sensor-ready (SR) interface to provide a wireless-enabled infrastructure for the Internet of Things (IoT).

  • Sensor-Ready (SR) driving the (r)evolution of DALI into the IoT

    Sensor-Ready (SR) driving the (r)evolution of DALI into the IoT

    Commercial lighting’s support for wireless communications is propelling it into the spotlight as an infrastructure for the Internet of Things (IoT).

  • What can commercial buildings learn from Smart Home lighting?

    What can commercial buildings learn from Smart Home lighting?

    With smart commercial lighting in the early stage of adoption, the connected lighting industry is working hard to define use cases, bring down cost and complexity and establish a future-proof foundation in the Sensor Ready (SR) standard.