Emergency LED bulb

The emergency LED bulb for power outages is designed to power on automatically when the electricity goes out and illuminates key areas for an average of 3 hours without a power source.

01/06/2015


The Emergency LED Light Bulb for Power Outages is designed to power on automatically when the electricity goes out and illuminates key areas for an average of three hours without a power source. Courtesy: Super Bright LEDsSuper Bright LEDs' Emergency LED Light Bulb for power outages is designed to power on automatically when the electricity goes out and illuminates key areas to guide people to safety. It can be installed in ceiling lights, light fixtures, or any room where light is needed during a power failure. While light fixture is on, the bulb charges itself and will stay illuminated an average of 3 hours without a power source. Included remote allows easy additional off/on and dimming modes. Unscrew bulb and use to see your way to breaker box. 150 lumens of brightness and draws only 5 W of electricity.

Super Bright LEDs

www.superbrightleds.com 



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