Digital Lumens LEDs to Entry into Europe Market

Digital Lumens has intended to sell its high-efficiency LED lighting systems in Europe, as the next step in Digital Lumens' strategy to make its solution available around the world.

The company’s products have been certified by CE listing to meet requirements for safety, health, environment and consumer protection in Europe.

It also identified French firm LED-Solution LibertyLum as a reseller partner for the products.

According to the company, it can cut energy cost by as much as 90 percent with its technology. Additionally, the systems combine LED technology with networking and software, to create a super-efficient lighting system that can be easily controlled wirelessly.
 

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