This current message is in relation to supervision and carried out tests on LED floodlights from the State Agency for Metrology and Technical Surveillance – Bulgaria.

The product does not comply with the requirements of the Low Voltage Directive and the relevant European standard EN 60950. The conductors in the cable are too thin and could overheat and cause fire.

SOFIA (Bulgaria), June 15 (SeeNews) - Five Bulgarian companies have been included in London Stock Exchange Group's (LSEG) "1000 Companies to Inspire Europe" report, which identifies the fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK and Europe, the bourse said on Wednesday.

Bulgarian representatives in the report are construction company Kristalna Voda, machine builder Milco, LED lights manufacturer V-TAC, agriculture trading company Agroreserve group, and carbon trading company Saga Commodities, LSEG said in its 1000 Companies to Inspire Europe report.


1.1 Due to found incompliance with EMC directive of the early versions of product VT-23042 – SKU3016, we pray for your cooperation to return the product as indicated above in our central warehouse at the following address, for a free exchange in which you will receive the updated, fully compliant version of the product:

V-TAC LED Lighting


  +359 2 90 566

   1, Iliansko Shaussee Blvd., Sofia 1220, BULGARIA

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