The high quality of products and production line of Manufacturing is backed up with original certificates. All products are tested, approved and authenticated by official associations and independent institutes. These certifications provide evidence that our products are vastly superior to those of our competitors, who in many cases lack these important ratings.

Production certificates

Our LED lights are being produced completely on the automotive production line and in compliance with the strictest Automotive standard, while working under Quality process management standard and an in-house Environmental management system with continual improvement. 

Acquired production certificates:

  • Automotive ISO/TS 16949
  • ISO 9001:2000
  • ISO 14001:2004

Products certificates

The company's  products are also compliance with strict world requirements and it has acquired all needed certificates for consumer safety, electrical safety, high quality, energy efficiency, performance and green, environmental requirements.
Acquired certificates:

  • ENEC
  • ETL
  • UL
  • CE
  • VDE
  • RoHS
  • IEC 60598
  • IDA approved
  • Energy star


ENEC (European Norms Electrical Certifications) is the high quality European Mark for electrical products that demonstrates compliance with European safety standards. European Certification Bodies in the electrical sector have opened the ENEC European Safety Mark to all electrical product sectors. In 2008 ENEC Mark was expanded to household appliances.

Testing takes place in independent ENEC approved test laboratories worldwide, and in approved manufacturers’ laboratories. The ENEC Mark is a proof that:

  • the product complies with applicable EN safety standard and performance testing requirement
  • the manufacturer applies a quality system according to ISO 9000
  • end products are re-tested every two years
  • the manufacturer has a verified production control, e.g. factory inspections


UL is a global independent safety science company offering expertise across five key strategic businesses: product safety, environment, life & health, university and verification services. Underwriters Laboratories Inc. (UL) product certification programs is accredited by the U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), and the Standards Council of Canada (SCC). UL operates under its own authority as an independent, nongovernmental organization with established objectivity and proven history.

UL develops standards and test procedures for products, materials, components, assemblies, tools and equipment. It evaluates products, components, materials and systems for compliance to specific requirements, and permits acceptable products to carry a trusted UL certification mark, as long as they remain compliant with the standards.


The ETL Listed Mark is proof of product compliance (electrical, gas and other safety standards) to North American safety standards, including UL, ANSI, CSA, ASTM and NFPA standards. Authorities Having Jurisdiction (AHJ’s) in 50 states and Canada and retailers accept the ETL Listed Mark as proof of product safety.

A product bearing the ETL Listed Mark is determined to have met the minimum requirements of prescribed product safety standards. Moreover, the mark indicates that the manufacturer's production site conforms to a range of compliance measures and is subject to periodic follow-up inspections to verify continued conformance.

TUV: Automotive ISO/TS 16949

The global automotive industry demands world class levels of product quality, productivity and competitiveness as well as continual improvement. To achieve this goal many vehicle manufacturers insist that suppliers adhere to strict technical specifications laid out in a quality management standard for suppliers to the automotive sector, known as ISO /TS 16949:2002 which has been developed by the industry, the International Automotive Task Force (IATF).

ISO/TS16949:2002 is an ISO technical specification which aligns existing US, German, French and Italian automotive quality system standards within the global automotive industry. It specifies the quality system requirements for the design/development, production, installation and servicing of automotive-related products.

The aim of the standard is to improve the system and process quality to increase customer satisfaction, to identify problems and risks in the production process and supply chain, to eliminate its causes and to examine taken corrections and preventive measures for their effectiveness. The focus lies not on the discovery, but on the avoidance of errors.

TUV: ISO 9001:2000

ISO 9001:2000 combines the three standards 9001, 9002, and 9003 into one, called 9001. The 2000 version sought to make a radical change in thinking by actually placing the concept of process management front and center ("Process management" was the monitoring and optimizing of a company's tasks and activities, instead of just inspecting the final product).

The 2000 version also demands involvement by upper executives, in order to integrate quality into the business system and avoid delegation of quality functions to junior administrators. Another goal is to improve effectiveness via process performance metrics — numerical measurement of the effectiveness of tasks and activities. Expectations of continual process improvement and tracking customer satisfaction were made explicit.

The ISO 9000 standard is continually being revised by standing technical committees and advisory groups, who receive feedback from those professionals who are implementing the standard.

TUV: ISO 14001:2004

ISO 14001 is part of a family of 16 international ISO 14000 standards designed to assist companies in reducing their negative impact on the environment. The standard serves as a framework to assist organizations in developing their own environmental management system. ISO 14001 can be integrated with other management functions and assists companies in meeting their environmental and economic goals.

ISO 14001, as with other ISO 14000 standards, is voluntary , with its main aim to assist companies in continually improving their environmental performance, while complying with any applicable legislation. Organizations are responsible for setting their own targets and performance measures, with the standard serving to assist them in meeting objectives and goals and the subsequent monitoring and measurement of these.

The fundamental principle and overall goal of the ISO 14001 standard, is the concept of continual improvement. ISO 14001 is based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act methodology (Standards Australia/Standards New Zealand 2004) which has been expanded to include 17 elements, grouped into five phases that relate to Plan-Do-Check-Act; Environmental Policy, Planning, Implementation & Operation, Checking & Corrective Action and lastly Management Review.


The CE marking (also known as CE mark) is a mandatory conformance mark on many products placed on the single market in the European Economic Area (EEA). The CE marking certifies that a product has met EU consumer safety, health or environmental requirements.
Originally "CE" stood for "Communauté Européenne" ("European Community") or "Conformité Européenne" ("European Conformity"). By affixing the CE marking to a product, the manufacturer on his sole responsibility declares that it meets EU safety and health and environmental requirements.

The manufacturer has to take certain obligatory steps before his product can bear CE marking. He has to carry out a conformity assessment, set up a technical file and sign an EC declaration of conformity. The documentation has to be made available to authorities on request.


VDE certificate covers electro-technical products including products according to the Appliance and Product Safety Act (GPSG) and medical products according to the Medical Product Act (MPG) according to VDE/EN/IEC standards, other technical specifications as well as possible provisions of law with respect to safety and health requirements.

The VDE is the Association for Electrical, Electronic and Information Technologies and their related sciences, technologies and applications. The VDE Testing and Certification Institute, headquartered in Offenbach, Germany, is among the world’s most prominent independent testing organizations for electric and electronic products. Communications, energy, mobility and life sciences are the central innovation fields represented and supported by the VDE. Germany and Europe are among the world leaders in these fields, and the goal of the VDE is to communicate, secure and further strengthen this position. Many thousands of experts make their know-how available to the Association.


RoHS prohibits use of certain substances and is therefore a green EU directive.
RoHS stands for “The Restriction on the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment”, or simply, the ‘RoHS’. It was adopted in February 2003 by the European Union. The RoHS directive took effect on 1 July 2006, and is required to be enforced and become law in each member state.

The Regulation implements EU Directive 2002/95 which bans the placing on the EU market of new electrical and electronic equipment containing more than agreed levels of lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyl (PBB) and polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) flame retardants.

IEC 60598

The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) is a non-profit, non-governmental international standards organization that prepares and publishes International Standards for all electrical, electronic and related technologies – collectively known as "electrotechnology".

The IEC charter embraces all electrotechnologies including energy production and distribution, electronics, magnetics and electromagnetics, electroacoustics, multimedia and telecommunication, as well as associated general disciplines such as terminology and symbols, electromagnetic compatibility (by its Advisory Committee on Electromagnetic Compatibility, ACEC), measurement and performance, dependability, design and development, safety and the environment.

IEC standards are also being adopted as harmonized standards by other certifying bodies such as BSI (Great Britain), CSA (Canada), UL & ANSI/INCITS (USA), SABS (South Africa), SAI (Australia), SPC/GB (China) and DIN (Germany). IEC standards harmonized by other certifying bodies generally have some noted differences from the original IEC standard.


The International Dark-Sky Association is the authoritative voice on light pollution. IDA educates lighting designers, manufacturers, technical committees, and the public about light pollution abatement. They recognize that the best way to accomplish their goal of protecting and restoring our natural night environment and our heritage of dark skies is through promotion of quality outdoor lighting. It is in this spirit that they have developed the Fixture Seal of Approval (FSA) program for dark sky friendly fixtures.

The Fixture Seal of Approval provides objective, third-party certification for luminaires that minimize glare, reduce light trespass, and don’t pollute the night sky. IDA evaluates the photometric data of any luminaire submitted by its manufacturer. When the fixture is approved, the manufacturer receives a certificate and the Fixture Seal of Approval. Manufacturers may use the FSA seal to promote and advertise their IDA-Approved™ dark sky friendly products.


Energy Star is an international standard for energy efficient consumer products originated in the United States of America. It was first created as a United States government program during the early 1990s, but Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan and the European Union have also adopted the program. Devices carrying the Energy Star logo, such as computer products and peripherals, kitchen appliances, buildings and other products, generally use 20%–30% less energy than required by federal standards.

The Energy Star is awarded to only certain bulbs that meet strict efficiency, quality, and lifetime criteria.
Energy Star Qualified Light Emitting Diode (LED) Lighting:

  • Reduces energy costs — uses at least 75% less energy than incandescent lighting, saving on operating expenses.
  • Reduces maintenance costs — lasts 35 to 50 times longer than incandescent lighting and about 2 to 5 times longer than fluorescent lighting. No bulb-replacements, no ladders, no ongoing disposal program.
  • Reduces cooling costs — LEDs produce very little heat.
  • Is guaranteed — comes with a minimum three-year warranty — far beyond the industry standard.
  • Offers convenient features — available with dimming on some indoor models and automatic daylight shut-off and motion sensors on some outdoor models.
  • Is durable — won’t break like a bulb.

To qualify for Energy Star certification, LED lighting products must pass a variety of tests to prove that the products will display the following characteristics:

  • Brightness is equal to or greater than existing lighting technologies (incandescent or fluorescent) and light is well distributed over the area lighted by the fixture.
  • Light output remains constant over time, only decreasing towards the end of the rated lifetime (at least 35,000 hours or 12 years based on use of 8 hours per day).
  • Excellent color quality. The shade of white light appears clear and consistent over time.
  • Efficiency is as good as or better than fluorescent lighting.
  • Light comes on instantly when turned on.
  • No flicker when dimmed.
  • No off-state power draw. The fixture does not use power when it is turned off, with the exception of external controls, whose power should not exceed 0.5 watts in the off state.