The light that heals? Sanyo’s Eneloop lamp

Sanyo is jumping on the bandwagon of LED lighting development. Its new Eneloop Lamp is incredibly versatile: in addition to serving as a desk lamp, it can double as an emergency lamp, and there also a “Healing Light” mode that emits a blue glow.

 

The lamp feeds on rechargeable AA “eneloop” batteries, runs high-luminance LED technology, and can be placed anywhere in the room due to the cordless nature of the design. It also uses a contactless charging system and has no metallic contact on the product body interrupting the design. The batteries are recharged by putting the lamp unit on the charging stand.

In low-white-light mode, a 12-hour charge lasts an impressive 45 hours; but on high output, it only lasts 3 hours.
The Eneloop Lamp also features a blue lamp "Healing Light" mode that, according to Sanyo, "creates a healing ambience." However, we cannot ascertain what the lamp heals, nor have we seen any scientific data confirming this claim.

Moreover, when the body of the lamp is tilted 90 degrees or more, a built-in “acceleration sensor" turns the lamp into a flashlight that lasts up to six hours on a full charge.

Sanyo says that the Eneloop lamp is ideal for emergency situations that require portable lighting instruments, such as an earthquake at midnight.
The Eneloop Lamp is scheduled to launch on September 11, but no official price has been announced yet.

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