The invention of the light bulb which occurred in 1878 has undeniably revolutionized the way of life of the entire planet.
Since its invention until today, the man always did in constant scientific research to find new construction methods and to improve efficiency and performance, right up to modern lighting systems with high technological content.
In the first 100 years the light bulb has undergone several stages of evolution essentially related to the physical principle of light emission.
In fact, after the incandescent light bulb, were later made several gas discharge lamps (fluorescent), and recently the modern LED lamps.
Only recently with the progression of technique has also started working to develop systems and methods to improve and facilitate the control and the use of light sources.
They have therefore been designed and built bulb lamps with inside suitable electronic circuits able to fulfill every need of the ambient lighting.
Currently on the market there are already many smart lamps built to perform certain tasks or functions, for example, emergency lights, twilight, with motion sensors, with remote control, dimming and color variation, programmable from the internet or smartphone.
Often, however, these advanced control systems involve a costly and necessary adjustment of the electrical system, or collide with the possibility of being able to work with the simple and traditional control devices exist.
To overcome these obstacles, we resolved the aim of developing different light bulbs with additional features easily activated by the normal switches and without modifications to the electric wiring.
For this purpose has been filed a patent for "feeding device for multifunctional lamp" concerning the possibility of being able to control and enable different ways of working by acting directly on the lamp power.

TWINLAMP - using this lamp you have the ability to turn on in a different way the various lamps of the chandelier and consequently save electricity.

DIMLAMP - the lamp that allows you to adjust the light intensity and reduce energy consumption through the use of traditional push-buttons.