We certify our products as a sign of our commitment to guarantee safety, reliability and conformity to the applicable regulations in the country of destination.

The certification process


During the design phase of a new product, we ask the relevant certification bodies to conduct a preliminary analysis of the technical documentation to ensure that the design and manufacturing features conform to the relevant laws in force.

Regulations in force

Once a final sample has been manufactured, we follow the procedure laid down by the relevant certification body:

  • Analysis of the documents
  • Sending product and component samples for certification by external laboratories, who perform all the tests necessary to assess conformity
  • Definition and approval of labelling

Receiving certificates

Maintaining standards through periodic testing and inspection

We supply LED lighting systems in conformity to the safety regulations of different countries:

CE marking

Our company collaborates with recognized external laboratories for the conformity testing.

CE marking must be applied by the manufacturer to certain types of product to self-certify that they conform to the essential requisites and standards for their sale and use in the European Union, as established by the New Approach Directives. The CE mark is a legal requirement for selling such products in the countries in the European Economic Area. It indicates that the product that bears it conforms to the essential requirements provided for in EU Directives governing safety, public healthcare and customer rights pertaining a particular use of that specific product. It is not a mark of quality or origin per se, but rather a guarantee that the product conforms to the relevant laws in force.

UL certification

Our products conform to the legal safely requirements for the USA and Canada.

LE+D provides a range of LE+D UL System lighting systems—a group of certified products that comprise a complete system made up of LED lighting equipment, cables, adapters, junction boxes, and any necessary electronic lighting control devices.

UL is an independent international organisation and world leader in safety science. Their experience covers five strategic sectors: Product Safety, Environment, Life & Health, Knowledge Services and Verification Services.

UL certification indicates that representative samples of the product have been thoroughly tested by Underwriters Laboratories Inc., and found to meet applicable standards of the following:
Fire safety;
Risk of electric shock;
Mechanical hazard.

CB certification

Certification of electrical safety valid in more than 50 countries around the world.

Our products can be awarded local electrical safety certification in the over 50 countries adhering to the CB certification scheme, namely: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahrain, Belgium, Belarus, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Colombia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Japan, Greece, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Libya, Malaysia, Mexico, Norway, New Zealand, the Netherlands, Pakistan, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Korea, Romania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, and Uruguay.

FCC Certification

Radiofrequency devices like wireless dimmer and remote controls must be accompanied by FCC certification if they are to be imported into and sold in the United States.

FCC Certification

The EAC mark, requested for various product types to be commercialized with the Euro Asiatic Custom Union (Russia, Belorussia, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Kirghizstan) territory, assures the final customer that the product complies to the applicable safety regulations of the destination country.

The products with EAC mark have successfully passed all conformity tests in the Certified Laboratory of one of the States of the Union and comply with all related technical requirements.