The Industrial facility recently released its new emergency lighting project for IDEA International. For us, residents of the central part of Russia, this idea is not as useful as, say, on the Kamchatka Peninsula. Or in the same Japan for which this project was developed. Let's explain why.
This country is plagued by constant earthquakes, and therefore power outages. The device has three light emitting diodes that can be operated in a changeable mode. Namely - when the Liteplug is plugged into the wall, only one LED is on, emitting an even, calm light.
However, if you need to walk with him around the room or garden, the device turns into a flashlight, and two more LEDs light up. As it became clear, it depends on the state in which it is.
If at rest - one LED, if in motion - then all three. In the event of a power outage, the Liteplug can also be used as a floodlight, since it can also operate on batteries.
The development belongs to the Industrial facility