Large LED lighting as a replacement for mercury lamps.
This series makes reliable, low-cost Japanese manufacturing a reality.

The Neo Venus series was developed based on customer feedback. With an emphasis on safety and reliability, these products are manufactured in Japan on ISO 9001-certified production lines under strict quality control standards. Neo Venus series products use LED chips manufactured by a leading global brand, Nichia Corporation, and include a PSE-approved Neo Venus-dedicated power supply unit developed specifically for this series.

Neo Venus series products are the first in the large-scale LED lighting industry to use magnesium alloys in their casing, allowing for unparalleled weight reduction.

Development Background

The Neo Venus series was conceived as an energy conservation proposal made to local major supermarkets.

Hundreds of mercury-vapor lamps were installed in these supermarkets. In addition to air-conditioning and refrigeration, replacing these lights with LEDs was also key to the energy-saving proposal.

At the time, there were no LED light bulbs that could simply replace those already installed in the lighting fixtures. Thus began the product development that ultimately led to the Neo Venus series.

Weight reduction and heat dissipation were major concerns for socket shapes like those of existing lights.

Large-scale LED elements generate heat in addition to a large amount of light. Unless this heat is sufficiently dissipated, the life of the LED element is significantly affected.

Upon reviewing various materials, including resin, T-NET ultimately decided to use a magnesium alloy, which has the lightest specific gravity of all metals, high strength, and is capable of being processed into a thin form.

However, the processing technology for mass production posed a major challenge. After a long period of nine months, the casing was finally complete, and the current form of the Neo Venus series was born.

Product Features

Because the products can be used in a wide range of temperatures, from -40°C to 60°C, they can be used everywhere from refrigerated warehouses to loft spaces under corrugated roofs in the summer.

In addition to being used indoors, the floodlight type and the surface-mounted type can also be used outdoors.

Moreover, the salt corrosion-resistant type (optional) can be used in rubber plants where corrosive gases are generated.

Large-scale LED lights in the past had a limited total luminous flux. Because condenser lenses were used to ensure downward illumination, most products acted almost as spotlights that were unable to illuminate the surrounding space.

The dedicated lens developed for use with the Neo Venus series achieves illumination with little difference between downward illumination and side illumination. Feedback has shown that the lens provides bright illumination for entire spaces.

The products come a three-year warranty period. Because they are covered under product liability insurance, customers can rest assured that unexpected situations will be covered by insurance.

Product Specifications

The lineup consists of eight models in total and includes high-luminance types and low-consumption types*, with the 250w, 400w, 700w, 1kw, and 2kw types serving as alternatives to mercury lamps (*the 1kw and 2kw lights are high-luminance types only). We offer five types to fit various installation shapes: a socket type, a hanging type, a projector type, a surface-mounting type, and a downlight type.

Compatible Regions

Japan: Nationwide

Overseas: 90-240 V

Target Clients

The products can be used in facilities that are currently using mercury-vapor lamps, such as factories, warehouses, refrigerators, large-scale commercial facilities, and shopping arcades with high-ceiling lighting, as well as lighting for large signboards, parking areas, and sports facilities.

Regarding individual projects, dealerships throughout Japan are available to provide support, such as by preparing brightness distribution charts.

Usage Examples

[Sport facility lighting]<br/>Tokyo Junshin Academy of Girls and Women<br/>
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[Sport facility lighting]
Tokyo Junshin Academy of Girls and Women
[Sport facility lighting]<br/>Messe Corporation<br/>(Futsal pitches)<br/><br/>
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[Sport facility lighting]
Messe Corporation
(Futsal pitches)

[Sport facility lighting]<br/>TENNIS SQUARE UP DATE<br/>
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[Sport facility lighting]
TENNIS SQUARE UP DATE
[Sport facility lighting]<br/>Esforta Shibuya Store<br/>
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[Sport facility lighting]
Esforta Shibuya Store
[Sport facility lighting]<br/>IIYAMA Driving range<br/>
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[Sport facility lighting]
IIYAMA Driving range
[Sport facility lighting]<br/>Norun Minakami ski resort<br/>
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[Sport facility lighting]
Norun Minakami ski resort
[Factory lighting]<br/>Komatsu Ltd.<br/>
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[Factory lighting]
Komatsu Ltd.
[Factory lighting]<br/>The Asahi Shimbun Company <br/>
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[Factory lighting]
The Asahi Shimbun Company
[Warehouse lighting]<br/>Zennou Ibaraki<br/>
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[Warehouse lighting]
Zennou Ibaraki
[Warehouse lighting]<br/>SHIKOKU AIR SERVICE CO.,LTD.<br/>
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[Warehouse lighting]
SHIKOKU AIR SERVICE CO.,LTD.
[Railway yard lighting]<br/>KITA-OSAKA KYUKO RAILWAY Co., Ltd.<br/>
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[Railway yard lighting]
KITA-OSAKA KYUKO RAILWAY Co., Ltd.
[landscape lighting]<br/>Nihonmaru<br/>
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[landscape lighting]
Nihonmaru
[Hall lighting]<br/>Japan Pension Service<br/>Peare Hall Shinjuku<br/>
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[Hall lighting]
Japan Pension Service
Peare Hall Shinjuku
[Billboard lighting]<br/>Apple Hikone Branch<br/>
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[Billboard lighting]
Apple Hikone Branch
[Entrance lighting]<br/>Kojima Koriyama Store<br/>
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[Entrance lighting]
Kojima Koriyama Store
[Parking lighting]<br/>Tomakomai ferry terminal parking<br/>
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[Parking lighting]
Tomakomai ferry terminal parking

●Other usage examples

 

Hyakuri Air Base, Japan Air Self-Defense Force

Japan Pension Service

Niigata University

JA Niigata Joetsu General Hospital

East and West Thermal Power Station, SUMITOMO JOINT ELECTRIC POWER CO., LTD.

TAKAOKA Chamber of Commerce and Industry

Nagasaki Culture Telecasting Corporation

COSMO OIL SALES CORPORATION

Mazda Motor Corporation

DAIHATSU MOTOR CO., LTD.

Komatsu Ltd.

Kubota Corporation

Nichiha Matex Co., Ltd.

Yamato Auto Works Co., Ltd.

HOKUSHO CO., LTD.

KOHAN KOGYO CO., LTD.

NSK Ltd.

TOTO BATH CREATE LTD.

 

 

YAMANE CORPORATION

Tsuruga Ferry Terminal

House Logistics Service Corporation

DHL Japan, Inc.

MARUBISHI FOODS CORPORATION

Shuetsu Co., Ltd.

KAMADA SOY SAUCE Inc.

YAMANASHI KAMOTSU

Yoshikawa Kasei Co., LTD.

Emulsion Technology Co., Ltd.

Crown Package Co., Ltd.

DAIWA ART PRINTING CO., LTD.

SUMITOMO FORESTRY CREST CO., LTD.

Okinawa Environmental Solution Co., Ltd.

TOY BOX Co., Ltd. (tennis egg)

TS Sports Co. Ltd.

Sennichimae Shopping Mall

Kojima Co., Ltd.

 

 

FamilyMart Co., Ltd.

Cocostore Corporation

Park24 Co., Ltd.

Tachibana-wan Thermal Power Station, Shikoku Electric Power CO., Inc.

TMT MACHINERY,INC

HEISHIN Ltd.

FUJI BAKELITE CO., LTD.

San-in Sanso Corporation

All Industry Co., Ltd.

Kanai Juyo Kogyo Co., Ltd.

Fukushima Kyoei Co., Ltd.

Yodobashi Camera Co., Ltd.

YANASE & CO., LTD.

And many others