Young inventor’s LED lamps save up to 70% of energy


October 12, 2015





October 12, 2015




Zlatan Imamović from Lukavac and his father decided to start a business of the future – production of LED lamps which cost down to half the market price.

The idea appeared after his father, who had a small audio and video repair service business, lost his job after 24 years because of rapid progress of technology, portal said. Imamović is only 25, however he has a high quality product on the market, created and designed in the northeast of Bosnia and Herzegovina, in LED Vision d. o. o., Sarajevo Times reported.

Together with his father Alija, he produced the first and highest quality LED lamps in BiH, recognizable in so many ways, the report said. Imamović, now the company chief, emphasized they have been developing the idea for three years. They contacted renowned producers and got coolers, aluminium and LED diodes – components for their final product. According to Imamović, they are cooperating with the strongest companies, such as Osram, Meanwell and BAG.

LED television sets consume three times less electricity than LCDs, which use neon, he said and added the idea started from there. LED Vision has over 15 products and owns EXP certificate for operation in places with dangerous material. Imamović says the best client is the Hifa Petrol station, and that companies from Switzerland and Belgium have called about orders.


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