DR. FISCHER offers to you a complete General Lighting portfolio with marketing, sales and distribution services in one of its factory located in the east part of France between Metz and Nancy.
Experience in lamp production, quality and environment
Producer of lamps since more than 30 years as Philips Eclairage, DR. FISCHER Europe offers to you now a branded range which enables to answer to your needs.
Development, measurements, controls which are set up in Pont à Mousson, enables you to get the high quality products. And ISO 9001 and 14001 certification assures you to get a constant quality of our products. On request CE certificates could be delivered to you.
As a company that belongs to the electronics industry, we have a direct responsibility to ensure sustained ecological development. For this reason we consider ecological aspects right from the development stage. We plan, develop, manufacture and sell our products in such a way that the environment is protected and natural resources spared.
In addition, no recycling is needed as Halogen lamps and Incandescent lamps do not contain any hazardous substances that impact the environment (RoHS compliant).
Some words to understand Lighting European Regulation
In December 2008, the European Directive 2005/32/EC has listed measures to reduce CO2 emissions, notably through more efficient lighting, in order to reduce energy consumption.
It came under a regulation for domestic lighting. A timetable for phasing applies from 1 September 2009 incandescent lamps according to Powers. Incandescent lamps for domestic use will disappear from the market altogether in September 2016.
Halogen lamps rated less than 500 watts of class D, E, F or G will no longer be allowed on the European domestic market.
How to evaluate the energy efficiency of a lamp?
The energy efficiency of a lamp is calculated by the ratio between power consumption (Watt) and the amount of light emitted (Lumen).
Where can I find information on energy efficiency?
This information is available in the ranking energy that must be communicated very clearly to the consumer. Class A includes the most efficient lamps whereas class G pertains to more energy consumption lamps. The regulation also requires that the amount of light expressed in lumens is clearly visible on the packaging for the consumer.
All lamps making mention of the logo „Non Household“ are not authorized for sale to domestic lighting. Our products adapt to all your applications in professional and domestic applications outside Europe.