Acceptance of the terms of use

These Terms of Use and Legal Notice, as well as the Privacy Policy and Cookies Policy, govern your access to and use of the website as a user.


Content of the website

The website is hosted under the domain name, which belongs to GRUPO COMERCIAL ILUMINLED SL, iluminled or hereinafter, and is a corporate website that provides information about the services and products offered (led screens, pharmacy crosses, etc). On the website you can obtain information, contact the company, request or download catalogues, commercial information, user manuals, etc.


Use of the website

As a user you undertake to make correct and legal use of the content, including the resources accessible from this website, always respecting other users.

As a user you renounce to use any resource or information contained in this website for illicit, illegal or contrary to good faith and public order purposes, as well as any means that may damage, render useless or prevent the normal use of the resources and information contained in the website, or the information systems, documents, files and all kinds of stored content.

If you fail to comply with any of these obligations, you will be liable for all damages that you cause.

The company reserves the right to stop providing the service in order to remove illegal content, without prejudice to any liability for damages that may arise. Such suspension or removal shall not entitle you to any compensation.


Contents and services linked through the website

The links contained in this website may lead you to other websites managed by third parties, for which we have no responsibility. We are not responsible for the state or contents of these websites, nor does it imply that we recommend them or approve of their contents. In any case, access to these websites implies that you must submit to their own legal policies.


Intellectual and industrial property rights

All materials and information on the website are subject to current regulations on Intellectual and/or Industrial Property. The company is the owner of the industrial and intellectual property rights of the website, as well as of the contents it contains, unless otherwise indicated.The use of the contents of the website is not permitted without the express written authorisation of the company. Any use of the website or its contents must be for a particular purpose. The elements such as logos or images that appear on the website outside, belong to their respective owners and they are responsible for any possible dispute that may arise regarding them. If you have any questions regarding the ownership of any of the content or services, please contact us.


Liability disclaimer

The company will ensure, to the best of its ability, that the website functions correctly and that its content is correct and truthful. However, we cannot guarantee the absence of viruses or other elements introduced by third parties that may cause damage or alterations to computer equipment, documents or your files when you visit the website as a user.

The company accepts no responsibility for:

  1.  Damages arising from the misuse of this website or its contents by users, nor for any action carried out on the basis of the information that appears on the website.
  2. Errors or omissions that may appear in the contents.
  3. Loss or damage caused to the software and computer equipment of users or third parties due to non-compliance with these conditions of use on your part or due to faults. It is also your responsibility, as a user, to have the appropriate tools for the detection and disinfection of harmful computer programs.


Applicable law and jurisdiction

These terms of use shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Spanish law and any dispute shall be subject to Spanish jurisdiction.

Cookies Policy

Simply visiting our website does not mean that you are providing us with any personal data, nor that you are obliged to do so. However, in order to function correctly and offer you a better service, we use different cookies.


What is a cookie?

Cookies are understood to be the set of data that are stored on the hard disk or in the temporary memory of a user’s computer when accessing web pages.



What types of cookies are there?

There are different types of cookies, depending on the service they provide: Depending on the purpose for which the data obtained through cookies are processed, we can distinguish between:

  • Technical: those that allow the user to navigate through a website, platform or application and the use of the different options or services that exist in it such as, for example, control traffic and data communication, identify the session, access restricted access parts, make the application for registration or participation in an event, use security features while browsing, store content for broadcasting videos or sound or share content through social networks.
  • Personalisation cookies: These cookies allow the user to access the service with some general characteristics predefined according to a series of criteria in the user’s terminal, such as language, for example.
  • Analysis cookies: These allow the party responsible for them to monitor and analyse the behaviour of the users of the websites to which they are linked. The information collected through this type of cookies is used to measure the activity of the websites, application or platform and for the elaboration of browsing profiles of the users of these sites, applications and platforms, in order to introduce improvements based on the analysis of the usage data of the users of the service.
  • Behavioural advertising cookies: These cookies allow the management, in the most efficient way possible, of the advertising spaces that, where appropriate, the editor has included on a website, application or platform from which the requested service is provided. These cookies store information on the behaviour of users obtained through the continuous observation of their browsing habits, which allows a specific profile to be developed in order to display advertising based on the same.

What level of intrusion do they produce?
Depending on the type of cookies used, different types of data are also obtained, and therefore the level of intrusion varies. We can establish three levels of intrusion:

  1. Level 1 or non-intrusive cookies: these are login cookies on sites where there are registered users or viewing preferences… they are inherent to the system and blocking them would result in not being able to use the services requested.
  2. Level 2 or minimally intrusive: these are cookies for own use linked to third-party services, such as, for example, analytics and statistics. An example would be the cookies used by Google Analytics.
  3. Level 3 or moderately intrusive: provided, managed and used by third parties in order to obtain data for the use of social content (social network plugins) and which must be expressly authorised by the user. In the case of cookies of a social nature, consent is given on the social networking sites themselves.


What cookies does our website collect?

The user accepts the use of cookies and IP tracking. Our website traffic analyser uses cookies and IP tracking that allow us to collect data for statistical purposes such as: date of first visit, number of times visited, date of last visit, URL and domain from which it came, browser used and screen resolution.

Below is a list of the cookies generated by and their level of intrusion, so that you can check that we only use the cookies necessary to provide the service, and the level of intrusion is the minimum possible. In addition to the cookies generated by, there may be third-party cookies, generated by the browser itself, operating system, traffic tracking tools, etc.

In any case, these cookies are NOT INTRUSIVE but we cannot specify all of them as it depends on the operating system or browser from which the user accesses the website. If, at any time, we detect the presence of cookies with a HIGH PROFILE of intrusion, we will duly inform you, expressly requesting that you accept their use during your browsing.



Can I configure my browser to prevent the installation of cookies?

Yes, you have the option to configure your browser to be notified on screen of the reception of cookies and to prevent the installation of cookies on your hard drive, although we do not recommend this as it is possible that you may lose some of its functionality, you may not be able to access different parts of the website or take advantage of some of our services, and because, broadly speaking, one of the advantages is the convenience of not having to include your details every time you enter your profile on our website.

The way in which you should configure it will depend on the characteristics of your browser. You can restrict, block or delete cookies from any web page through your browser, the instructions for each are as follows:

For more information on Google Chrome click here.
For more information on Firefox click here.
For more information about Internet Explorer click here.
For more information about Opera click here.
For more information on Safari click here.

In the case of cookies activated by the Google Analytics tool, we provide you with information on these cookies from the developer’s own website:

Go to Google Analytics


In the case of cookies from external social networks that are used to allow visitors to interact with the content of different social platforms and that are generated solely for the users of these social networks, the conditions of use of these cookies and the information collected are regulated by the privacy policy of the corresponding social platform.

Privacy Policy

At we are committed to upholding the personal data protection rights of our customers and contacts, which is why we are publishing this information, in order to inform you:

  • Of your rights and the use of this website before providing the data
  • Of the measures that guarantee the safeguarding and integrity of the data.
  • So that your consent prior to sending data can be duly justified.

All of this in compliance with all the legal obligations set out in Organic Law 15/1999, of 13 December, on Data Protection (LOPD), in its Development Regulation 1720/2007, of 21 December and in the European Data Protection Regulation (RGPD), as well as all the Spanish and European regulations applicable to this matter.


Therefore, any user who wishes to receive information must check the option of having read and accepted the privacy policy of the website, the legal notice and the cookies policy.


Who is responsible for the processing of your data?


Ctra De Alicante 45 -Monteagudo  30007  – Murcia. España.

Telephone +34 868 950 099

What is the purpose of the processing of your data?

The data collected through the forms on the website are used to provide you with the information you request about our products, to send you our catalogues and any other aspect of our professional activity.

Once collected, your data will be processed and the corresponding security measures will be applied.


How long will we keep your data?

The personal data collected through the web forms will be kept for the duration of the commercial relationship between the parties. Once the relationship has ended, it will be kept blocked only in order to comply with possible legal obligations.


Is your data communicated to other recipients?

The data you enter on the website will not be communicated to other entities, except by law or in order to comply with the purpose for which they were provided.

What rights do you have when you provide us with your data?

The data you enter on the website will not be communicated to other entities, except by law or in order to comply with the purpose for which they were provided.

Right to information you have the right to be clearly informed BEFORE your data is collected about what data is being processed, for what purpose it is being processed, where the data has been collected and whether it will be or has been disclosed to anyone.
Right of access to find out what data about you is being processed, for what purpose it is being processed, where the data has been obtained and whether it will be or has been communicated to someone else.
Right of rectification to modify any inaccurate or incomplete information about you
Right of cancellation to cancel your inappropriate or excessive data
Right to object to prevent the processing of your data or to stop the processing of your data but only in the cases provided for by law
Right to restrict processing to request the suspension of data processing in the cases provided for by the law
Right to data portability to receive your provided data in a structured and commonly used electronic format and to transmit it to another controller
Right not to be subject to individualised decisions in order that no decision is taken about you that produces legal effects or affects you based solely on the processing of your data

How can you exercise your rights?

To exercise any of your rights you must send an email to including:

Photocopy of your ID card (passport or other identity document).
Content of the request you are making and, if necessary, the documents that accredit it.
Address (for notification purposes), date and signature If you exercise your rights through a voluntary representative expressly designated, you must provide the document or electronic instrument accrediting the representation. In the event that the data subject is a minor or incapacitated, the rights will be exercised by their duly accredited legal representative.

What can you do if your rights have not been met?

If you consider that we have not satisfied your request, you can file a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency in the section of its website:

Links to other websites

This privacy policy only applies to personal data collected through our website, but this website contains links to other websites and is not responsible for the privacy practices of those other websites. In other words, by clicking on one of these links you are leaving our website and you should read the privacy policies of those other websites that collect personal data.

If you click on an external link and leave our website, you should read the policies of these websites.

For further information you can contact the Spanish Data Protection Agency, which has published a citizen’s guide, which you can access at the following link: