Model Number: EP-8836
The middle of the switch on the light is OFF position, when you push the switch left ,it's for always bright lighting and push it right, you can control the light ON/OFF with the remote control.
Round shape 36led
Beautiful round shape, flower pattern
36led light, when power charging full, it can be light about 8-15hours
AC 220V BULB
On the middle of the light, it has one E27 lamp holder inside it ,you can put one 220v bulb into it ,for always bright lighting .
|Specification for Remote Control E27 LED Emergency Lamp with 220V AC Bulb middle|
Remote Control E27 LED Emergency Lamp with 220V AC Bulb middle
led quantity :
36pcs high brightness LED
push switch “AC” and “DC” two choice
built-in 4v 1600MAH lead acid battery
material of shell:
white (depend on your request)
charged by E27/B22 lamp holder
1pcs /color box and then 50 pcs / brown carton
Can be as emergency light and AC bulb function
Packing for Remote Control E27 LED Emergency Lamp with 220V AC Bulb middle
Q1. Do you have any MOQ limit for led light order?
A: Low MOQ, 1pc for sample checking is available
Q2. How do you ship the goods and how long does it take to arrive?
A: We usually ship by DHL, UPS, FedEx or TNT. It usually takes 3-5 days to arrive. Airline and sea shipping also optional.
How about LEDs’ advantage
LED lighting is very different from other lighting sources such as incandescent bulbs and CFLs. Key differences include the following:
Light Source: LEDs are the size of a fleck of pepper, and a mix of red, green, and blue LEDs is typically used to make white light.
Direction: LEDs emit light in a specific direction, reducing the need for reflectors and diffusers that can trap light. This feature makes LEDs more efficient for many uses such as recessed downlights and task lighting. With other types of lighting, the light must be reflected to the desired direction and more than half of the light may never leave the fixture.
Heat: LEDs emit very little heat. In comparison, incandescent bulbs release 90% of their energy as heat and CFLs release about 80% of their energy as heat.