SvetaLED® light diode lamps, made by St. Petersburg’s Svetlana-Optoelectronics, are now available in Auchan stores in Moscow and St. Petersburg, RusNanoNet reports.
SvetaLED® lamps are as powerful as 40W and 60W lamps, but only consume 6W and 8W respectivelt. SvetaLED® lamps and lights are resistant to voltage drops, vibrations, low temperatures, frequent on-off switches. They are harmless for health and environment, and are maximum-close to natural sunlight.
By using SvetaLED® light diode lamps consumers save up to 85% on energy. Besides, unlike energy-saving luminescent lamps, diode light sources do not need to be constantly replaced or specially utilized. Expenses on buying SvetaLED® lamps are paid back within one or two years.
Unique technology of production of SvetaLED® lamps is protected with three patents. The lamps have a record long operating life of 100,000 hours.
The manufacturer Svetlana-Optoelectronics is the first in the world to have offered a ten-year guarantee on its light diode lamps.
SvetaLED® lamps and lights are made on the oldest Russian plant Svetlana, which was commissioned in 1914 as the first plant to produce incandescent lamps. Today the complex performs full-cycle production of light diode lamps: from growing crystals and encapsulating light diodes to final assembly of ready light devices.