And this was our first step in our reasearch within LiFi.

Everything started from a fixture:


Here we have the key features:

power over ethernet POE (802.3af), POE+ (802.3at) and High Power POE.

Bidirectional line rate (up/download) up to 42 Mbps.
Up to 8 users per LiFi Acces Point.
Inter-LiFi Luminaire supported.
Atto-Cell 3m high: 3,5m diameter circle.


WPA2-Personal and Enterprise (802.1X Radius)



Lucibel product – LiFi and POE system diagram

This fixture has been as far as we know, the first LiFi fixture producted from the French manufacturer Lucibel.
It has been featured from the LD+A (The magazine of the Illumminating Engineering Society) and awarded from the LFI innovation program.

When it’s matter to enter a new technology, or a new field of knowledge, it is always better to start from something pratic, as a fixture for example.
So let’s have a look of what LiFi means and what LiFi Ores does exactly. Ores LiFi

LiFi is a new transmission technology which uses the infrared and the visible light spectrum to transmit information, while the remaining part of the spectrum is used to lit as the most conventional fixtures do.

LiFi has a faster Download and Upload speed than the common 2.4GHz (~20 Mbps downstream) and in the future will overcome the 5GHz(40-50 Mbps typical), moreover, it does not affect the human body (the under 3 years old childs), not even any other electronic equipment and last but not least the data transmission doesn’t pass through the walls, remaining confined within the fixture light cone.

Bandwith usage WiFi and LiFi in comparison

This seems to us the beginning of a new tech revolution.
As the pioneering telecommunication system ALOHAnet in 1971 opened to the world the researches of the Hawaii University, connecting the Hawaii island with a wireless packet network and leading to the WiFi, so here we are at the beginning of a revolution that could lead us to drop the radio spectrum for the in-house communication and shift to the visible with a vast range of advantages.