Our Concept

Our Concept

Welcome to LEDOS Lighting Solutions, where innovation meets illumination! At the heart of our philosophy lies a commitment to transforming the way you experience lighting. We believe in creating environments that not only dazzle with brilliance but also prioritize your visual well-being.

"Redefining Illumination:

The LEDOS Difference"

In the domain of LEDOS, our pursuit extends beyond mere illumination; it encompasses the creation of an environment that seamlessly integrates brilliance and comfort. Our steadfast commitment to Glare-Free Technology ensures not only visually appealing spaces but also a gentle ambiance that caters to the well-being of the eyes. This represents a meticulous fusion of functionality and aesthetics.

Glare, an ubiquitous aspect of daily life, is a term that, surprisingly, proves challenging to pin down in technical parlance. Despite the existence of various measurement systems such as Visual Comfort Probability (VCP) and Unified Glare Rating (UGR), none has achieved universal consensus within the lighting community. Presently, designers rely on a judicious combination of glare metrics, coupled with their subjective assessments and pragmatic insights, to navigate the complexities of glare in lighting and daylighting design.

What Sets Us Apart

Unveiling Glare-Free Technology

Through precision optics and innovative engineering, we ensure a harmonious illumination that eliminates discomfort and optimizes the lighting experience in any space.

Whether designing lighting or daylighting, the principal objective is to ensure that there is the right amount of light with appropriate limits to glare. Because glare is physiological and can cause intense physical response, there are occasions when glare is wanted, such as scanning a concert audience with a spotlight to heighten the excitement.

In architecture, glare is desirable when a designer wants to cause extreme contrast that exhilarates the visual experience.

For most architectural lighting and daylighting, effective methods of glare control and prevention are essential to good lighting practices.

Visual Comfort in Lighting

Elevating Visual Comfort

To better understand the visual comfort in Lighting, it is important to consider that the human eye adapts to the average luminance of a visual scene. The eye’s range is amazing, perceiving scenes with light levels of less than .01 lux (which equates to starlight) to more than 100,000 lux (the equivalent of a sunny day).

But the eye can only adapt to a part of this range at one time, and it takes a few moments for the eye to adapt, such as when you enter a movie theater on a sunny day. When you first enter the theater, you are temporarily blinded because your eyes are adapted to daylight; but when you leave the theater, even the reflected outdoor daylight is temporarily glaring. In other words, your susceptibility to glare is a direct function of adaptation: The darker the scene to which you are adapted, the more likely you are to experience glare from a light source.

Our Commitment to Innovation

Pioneering the Future of Lighting

At LEDOS, our commitment to pioneering excellence in LED lighting extends to our relentless research and development endeavors. We take pride in spearheading advancements in glare-less technology, seamlessly blending cutting-edge innovation with a green energy ethos.

Our team of experts tirelessly explores sustainable solutions, incorporating state-of-the-art lighting models that transcend traditional boundaries. By seamlessly integrating eco-friendly practices into our designs, we not only illuminate indoor and outdoor spaces but also contribute to a greener, more sustainable future. It is through our dedication to pushing the boundaries of what’s possible that we redefine the standards of brilliance and efficiency in the world of LED lighting.

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LEDOS is an architectural lighting
company based in Pakistan

Opening Hours

Sunday

Closed

saturday

09:30 - 14:00

Monday - Friday

09:30 - 17:00

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