Super thin LED reading lamp (FSL-6)
- The eyes are sensitive to a narrow band of light frequencies called the visible light spectrum. Blue light has the shortest wavelength of the visible light spectrum, and blue rays with the shortest wavelengths have the most energy.
- Traditional LED lamps have a peak emission in the blue light range (400-490nm range). With changes to the way we light our homes and offices, as well as the increased use of direct illumination for reading, exposure to blue light is increasing.
- Human eye is not very good at blocking blue light. Virtually all visible blue light passes through the cornea and lens and reaches the retina.
- A child’s crystalline lens is more transparent to short wavelengths than that of an adult, making children more sensitive to blue light effects than adults.
- Blue light exposure in younger people should be monitored and controlled. Over time, accumulated damage from blue light exposure can increase the likelihood and severity of age-related eyes condition such as macular degeneration and cataracts.
- With the development of the technology, the use of protective LED light can play an important role in shielding your eyes against the effects of blue light. We developed full spectrum reading lamp that is able to simulate really sunlight.
|Model ||FSL-6 |
|Related color temperature ||6500K |
|Material ||Aluminum |
|Luminous Flux ||300LM |
|CRI ||90 |
|Dimming method ||continuous adjustment |
|Color rendering index ||Ra99 |
|Light source ||LED |
|Working temperature ||-10?40? |
|Working time ||60 minutes |
|Rated Voltage ||DC5V |
|Rated Current ||1.2A |
|Rated Power ||9.6W |
|Product Size ||344*217.8*8.5mm |