European Standards - World of LEDs Products

Unlike many LED products on the market, all our products are 100%

  • CE* & ROHS** Certified.
  • No UV or IR in the spectrum.
  • Energy-saving, Environment friendly, and only on average 20% power consumption compared to a halogen lamp and incandescent lamp


* CE - It is mandatory for many products to get the CE certification to enter the European market. If a product is CE certified, it means that it satisfies all the norms of European health, safety and environmental directives laid by the relevant legislation. Even the foreign companies must get their manufactured products CE certified in order to sell them in the European markets without any rechecking. What do the initials CE stand for?
It is for a French word called “Conformite Europeenne”. There are certain conformity tests which need to be cleared by the manufacturers for their products. Once they clear the conformity assessment test, they can affix CE on their products. In the current scenario CE certification provides product access not only in the 27 countries of the EU but also other countries that share a close proximity with the European market.


** RoHS Certification - Regulatory authorities are introducing new ways to reduce the environmental impact and potential hazard of wastes from electrical equipment. The European directive on the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) holds electrical and electronic equipment companies directly responsible for the chemical compliance of their products. This means all products have to conform to strict standards, extensive compliance documentation and ensure that electrical and electronic products sold in the EU don’t contain lead, cadmium, mercury, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls (PBBs), and polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) above the legal threshold.