Examples of lighting projects and products that are enabled by the use of Zhaga-based LED light sources.
The first LED luminaires have achieved certification according to Zhaga interface specification Book 4.
Two Viatana street-lighting luminaires from Trilux, a Germany-based lighting manufacturer and Zhaga member, have been certified and are now entitled to carry the Zhaga logo.
Royal Philips Electronics has provided an LED lighting scheme for the renovated Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, one of the world’s most famous art galleries. The lighting scheme utilizes several Zhaga-based LED modules from Philips.
Sentry Electric, a US-based LED luminaire manufacturer, is using Zhaga-based modules in a number of its products for outdoor lighting.
In June 2012, Cooper Lighting (Peachtree City, GA, USA) announced that its IRiS Lighting Systems P3LED directional series had become the world’s first Zhaga-certified luminaire.