Experts in poultry lighting

About us

luftbild ilox elwategiLOX is headquartered in D-49377 Vechta, Germany, and has sites in Germany and Poland.

We specialise in the development, production and sale of intelligent and efficient lighting systems.

iLOX puts the spotlight on dimmable LED solutions developed especially by our engineers, including for use in livestock and poultry breeding. Our goal is not only to offer the best possible ease of operation and practical service properties, but also to ensure the well-being of the animals and long-lasting product quality in livestock breeding.

Unlike many of our competitors, iLOX offers its international customers not bought-in mass-produced B2C goods, but products tailored exactly to customer needs, with an optimised price-performance ratio. We also give you professional support in plant engineering!

Our customers' success with our products is very important to us! - That is why we maintain a cooperative and direct relationship with them. Open communication allows us to constantly improve our products and gives us new ideas.

  • We develop and produce products with our highest standards of quality and efficiency – “MADE BY iLOX Germany”!
  • We respond to individual customer needs and can provide custom developments marked with your own product name on request.
  • Staffed by engineers with many years of experience, our R&D department is also available as a service provider for those of our customers who want their own electronics developments.

iLOX was founded by electrical businessman Stefan Warnking in 2001 as a product brand, before becoming an independent company in 2007.

In 2013, iLOX GmbH's administration and logistics departments moved to a new, state-of-the-art office building in D-49377 Vechta.

 

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As far back as 2002, Stefan Warnking was awarded the gold medal (“First Prize – Innovation”) at the international agriculture trade fair EUROTIER in Hanover for the first fully-dimmable LED energy-saving light bulb (E27). Pictured: Then German Federal Agriculture Minister Renate Künast and DLG President Philip Freiherr von dem Bussche.