Seoul Semiconductor lately has supplied its Z-Power LED series for the landscape lighting of the Foro Romano, one of the most important archaeological sites in Rome.
The company installed most lights on the floor as well as some on the Column of Trajan.
John S. Bae vice president of Seoul Semiconductor, said, “The Z-Power series supplied for the Foro Romano Project was the best choice to keep lighting up the historic place of Rome with long life and low-power consumption.” He added, “Seoul Semiconductor’s LED lights have been able to meet the strict requirements of hazardous materials by the BITKOM and environmental groups because they are safe from toxic heavy metals such as mercury and do not emit hazardous infrared or ultraviolet rays.”
Silvano Latteo, president of DTS, said, “We respect Seoul Semiconductor’s innovative technology and extensive experience. That’s why we have built and maintained a close relationship with Seoul Semiconductor for a long time.” He continued, “Thanks to the success of the Foro Romano Project, we have expanded our business to Basilica di San Pietro fuori le mura.”