Priced at Rs 600, these lamps are meant to be a solution during emergencies like power cut and failures.
Anchor added the Panasonic emergency LED Lamp - 7W to its LED lighting portfolio. The newly launched emergency lamps are backed by an in-built lithium-Ion battery that uses LEDs for illumination and is convenient to carry around. Priced at Rs 600, these lamps are meant to be a solution during emergencies like power cut and failures.
The product aims to make the life of the consumers hassle-free, as it does not require an inverter or UPS. Backed by BIS certification with burning hours of up to 25,000, they can also be used as a ‘flashlight’ by holding the socket.
Emergency LED lamps are the first-of-its-kind addition to Panasonic’s LED lighting portfolio, which serve a dual-purpose of everyday use and are an ideal backup in case of power failures, as told by the company. These LED retrofit lamps can be attached into an existing bulb socket, for the convenience of use. They continue to glow even when the main electric supply fails and has a claimed battery backup of up to 2 hours.
High-efficiency LEDs have become the preferred user choice, especially in the emergency lighting segment. Anchor claims that these lamps are an ideal fit for any part of the home like living room, bathroom, bedroom and kitchen.
References: Deccan Chronicle, The Asian Age