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Seoul Semiconductor Installs LED Lights in Rome’s Historic Site

Seoul Semiconductor declared that it has completed the installation of LED lights on the garden lighting of Rome’s key archaeological site, Foro Romano.

Landscape Lighting of the Foro Romano with Seoul Semiconductor’s LED Lights

The company has provided its Z-Power series LED lights, which are known for their dependability, color consistency and efficiency, for the project. Most of the supplied lights were deployed on the floor, while some of them were placed over the column of Trajan.

According to John S. Bae, VP of Seoul Semiconductor, the Z-Power series LED lights supplied for the project will function for a long time and they consume minimum power. He added that the LED lights supplied by the company were able to meet the stringent norms set by the BITKOM and other environmental groups. They do not contain mercury or other toxic metals and do not discharge unsafe ultraviolet or infrared rays.


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