LED Products Non-auto­­nomous

The non-autonomous LED products know how to impress with their high-quality construction with a cooling aluminium housing and high light output. They are the cost-effective replacement for conventional FL tubes and normal luminaires. After minor modifications, the tubes can be used in existing sockets without problems.

Comparison: Degree of autonomy


non-autonomous semi-autonomous semi-autonomous plus fully autonomous
Saving potential compared to FL 55 % 87% 90 % 93%
Lifetime 50’000 h 70’000 h 70’000 h 100’000 h
Luminous efficiency 180 lm/W 180 lm/W 180 lm/W 180 lm/W
Motion sensor no Yes Yes Yes
Swarm intelligence no no no Yes

Our non-autonomous products

Project reports

Non-autonomous tubes in use


The Dolder Grand

How the Zurich luxury hotel saves CHF 50,000 a year.


Zürcher Hochschule der Künste

92 % less power consumption thanks to simple changeover.

Possible areas of use

  • – Multi-story Car Park
  • – Garage
  • – Staircase
  • – Corridor
  • – Underpass
  • – Cellar

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Test our products free of charge and without risk for 30 days

Our offer to you

Test our lighting solutions on your premises for 30 days absolutely free of charge: Order between 25 and 100 LED tubes. If the high expectations of our product are not met, we will take them back after the 30 days.

However, if we can convince you of our offer during this 30-day test phase, we will offer you the already installed products of the pilot project at half price.

Any questions?

Do not hesitate and call us. We will be happy to answer all your questions personally during office hours.

We look forward to your call on +41 44 500 73 85.



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