At you will find everything you need in lighting, including light sources, spare parts, lamps, wires and outlets. Then you get everything you need in one place at an advantageous price and in high quality.

Bels provides indoor and outdoor lighting for homes, businesses and professionals. Here you will find everything from beautiful designer lamps for indoor use, neat and practical outdoor lighting and statutory emergency lighting for companies. We have lamps and lighting in a wide range of beautiful styles, so you are sure to find something that suits your taste and needs.

We only sell quality products that we can vouch for ourselves. All our items are ready for fast delivery, order before 5 pm Monday-Thursday and before 2.30 pm on Friday to have your item delivered the next weekday.

What is lighting?

Lighting at is everything to do with light and light sources. We sell the light sources themselves - i.e. energy-saving bulbs, fluorescent lamps, spots, halogen and incandescent bulbs, compact tubes, steam lamps as well as LED bulbs and strips.

In addition, you get recessed spotlights and lamps, including outdoor lamps, light fixtures, rails, emergency lighting and much more. We also have accessories and spare parts for lighting, including transformers, suspensions, sockets and starter for fluorescent lamps.

At Bels we have products for lighting both for private homes, companies, institutions etc., so you can find exactly what you need, no matter who you buy for.

Everything for lighting

You will find a selection of over 50,000 products with us, so you are sure to find everything you need for your lighting installation in one place. Please note that it may be necessary to purchase light sources, lamp cord or outlets for your installation when purchasing some of our lamps. See what is included under the individual product, and buy the rest you need at a very attractive price. style="margin:0cm 0cm 0.0001pt">

Good to know about lighting - what are Ra, Lumen, Kelvin and Lux?

lighting and lamps have both a practical and decorative function. They should light up so that we can see clearly. In some cases, this may be their primary function, for example in manufacturing companies, as lighting for common stairwells and entrances or as statutory emergency lighting. In other places, the lighting must also be part of an aesthetic expression and contribute to cosiness and atmosphere - for example in break rooms, leisure rooms in school and institution and in the private home. To get the right lighting, there are a number of concepts it can be good to know. <p style="margin:0cm 0cm 0.0001pt">


Kelvin is about whether the light is so-called warm or cold light -  whether it has blue, white or red/yellow undertones. Kelvin is not related to how strong or 'hard' the light is, but solely to the color gamut of the light - whether it is cool, neutral or warm. Ordinary daylight is cool and has a kelvin of between 5000 and 7000 K, while candles are warm and have a kelvin of 1200 K. Kelvin is used to determine white balance and regulate what mood the light gives. Light should also have a lifelike light temperature equivalent to ordinary daylight for it to be comfortable to work in.  For mood lighting, many prefer a neutral or warm lighting with lower K. <p style="margin:0cm 0cm 0.0001pt">


If correct color rendering is important, look at Ra - the higher the number, the better colors are reproduced. It is measured against bright sunlight that has a Ra of 100. Ra should be at least 80, otherwise the light will be strange to stay in because colors will have the wrong tone. In clothing stores and workplaces where visual tasks are being worked on, a high Ra. <p style="margin:0cm 0cm 0.0001pt">

Hard or soft light?

Hard or soft light is about how much contrast and shadow the light forms. The soft light is either shielded or reflected by matte or slightly uneven surfaces, so the light is spread out into the room. For general lighting and work lighting, soft light is most comfortable, without too many contracts and shadows. However, it can also make a room look flat and a bit dull. Therefore, mood lighting should have more contrasts, without becoming harsh and sharp. <p style="margin:0cm 0cm 0.0001pt">


Lumen is about how much light is emitted - i.e. how much the lighting actually lights up - which was previously measured in wattage. A classic 40-watt bulb measures 470 on the lumen scale, while a slightly more powerful 60-watt bulb measures 800 lm. <p style="margin:0cm 0cm 0.0001pt">


Lux is about illumination and shows how large an area the light illuminates. It is measured in lumens / m2 and there are requirements for how high lux must be in work lighting (500 lux) and classrooms (200 lux). For reading and writing, lux should be 500, even if it is at home that you are reading.