Anchor Electricals, which is owned by Panasonic, has introduced a new 7-watt Emergency LED Lamp as a solution to India’s sudden power cuts in homes and offices. The Emergency LED lamp will be sold for a competitive price of Rs 600 in order to address the growing concern of regular power failures.
The LED lamps employ a built-in lithium-Ion battery and will thus be able to light up a space without needing an inverter or a UPS for powering it up. It’s thus a perfect solution for consumers who do not use inverters and allows them to stay safe during power failures in offices and homes.
The LED lamp can be used as a regular lighting source for every day use and also as a backup solution since it’ll continue to glow even when the main electric supply fails. The device has a battery backup of up to 2 hours and can be used as a ‘flashlight’ by holding the socket. The 7-watt lamp can be used all around the house or office area, with burning hours of up to 25,000.
Commenting about the launch, Anchor Electricals spokesperson, Hiroshi Miyasaki said “With over 50 years of our existence in the Indian market, our endeavour is to provide best customer experience through innovative products across categories. We are constantly adding to our LED portfolio with the latest technology, which we’re envisioning to be our next growth engine. Our brand also offers innovative products that are high on functionality and easy to use. Hence, we believe Panasonic Emergency Lamp will enable consumers to address the situation of emergencies effectively. This launch is first of its kind from Panasonic’s LED lighting segment and makes for an ideal choice especially during emergencies such as power outage. We are indeed proud to launch Panasonic Emergency Lamp and will continue our efforts towards further strengthening this category and catering to the growing demand of consumers in the LED lighting segment”.