After the installation of DBS LED lights in your home or workplace, our team provides you a confirmation receipt and warranty card that you will have to keep safe and will have to show at the time to claim any fault in the installed DBS LED lights.
DBS provides you professional services across Australia. Thanks to the experienced & professional team we have. We help you in choosing the right lights for your businesses or homes by taking care of the whole upgrade process.
The VEET (Victorian Energy Efficiency Target) scheme is promoted as a Victorian government initiative Energy Saver incentive. It was launched on 1 January 2009 and is supervised by the Essential Services Commission (ESC). The scheme was set up under the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target Act 2007 and is directed as per the Victorian energy efficiency target guidelines 2008.
DBS is Australia’s largest full service LED specialist. Our installers install LED lights with such an accuracy that you cannot help but admire our great efforts. After the installation process is done a confirmation receipt and warranty card is given to you. You can submit your complaints if you find any fault with the installed LED lights. You will be entertained fully by our support team. Moreover, if you qualify for a government incentive, the installation fee will not be charged from you. Our experts ensure that your light retrofit is with complete guarantee of Australian wiring guidelines and all institutions.
We strongly focus on providing you with quality products. Our LED lights meet all the standards that come under the VEET scheme by Australian government. To maintain our quality standards, we purchase all the products from world class manufacturers. Most of the DBS products are approved for installation under energy efficiency scheme. Thus they also meet the mandatory reporting and compliance requirements prescribed by this scheme.
The first and foremost advantage of DBS LED Lights is they are environment friendly. People always focus on to use the things that are environment friendly but forget to understand that ordinary lights or bulbs could also affect our environment in different ways. When they are disposed of in landfill waste, they make our environment polluted. Whereas, DBS LED Lights have been designed to fully meet the requirements of an environment friendly product.
DBS LED Lights have the most efficient types of light bulbs. DBS LED Lights produce more light consuming less energy than average traditional incandescent lights or CFL bulbs. The traditional 60W light bulbs produce about 800 lumens. Whereas, a DBS LED bulb requires only 10W of power to produce the equivalent lumens.
Unlike traditional filament lights or bulbs, DBS LED Lights last a very long time. An average consumer DBS LED light lasts more than 30,000 hours. The most important feature that helps DBS LED Lights to stand ahead of traditional or typical light bulbs is that they can bear more shock.
Not much. Even if you grab DBS LED Lights from the front when it’s been long they are on it will never burn your hand as they are just slightly warmer than your room temperature. Whereas, the typical CFL bulbs get hot and can even burn your hands if you grab them from the front.
DBS LED Lights or bulbs are long lasting than usual traditional CFL bulbs. The energy consumption of DBS LED Lights is 2/3 of CFL bulbs. The average life and durability of DBS LED light is 4x greater than the CFL bulbs.
The DBS LED lights have been designed to save up to 80% energy than ordinary CFL and filament light bulbs. As an average consumer DBS LED lights can last more than 30,000 hours, so automatically your money is saved.
Yes! DBS LED Lights can be used with dimmers. Our LED’s are adaptable to both leading & trailing edge. You can operate them with both universal and diginet dimmer switches. The most important thing is dimmer’s compatibility. For further guidance you can ask our support team.
The VEET scheme is promoted as a Victorian government initiative Energy Saver incentive. It was launched on 1 January 2009 and is supervised by the Essential Services Commission (ESC). The scheme was set up under the Victorian Energy Efficiency Target Act 2007 and is directed as per the Victorian energy efficiency target guidelines 2008. This scheme has been designed to make sure that energy efficiency improvements are economical and are contributing to reduce greenhouse gases. The scheme encourages investment, employment and energy efficiency innovation in industries providing goods and services. Businesses approved under the scheme may offer discounts and special offers on selected energy saving products and appliances installed in homes, businesses or other non-residential places. The bigger the greenhouse gas reduction, the bigger the saving.