I’m afraid of the dark when I sleep, and the light is too bright when I turn it on, but I can’t sleep when I don’t turn it on. Have you ever been troubled by these situations?
Today, Xiaomi Youpin crowdfunding launched a zero Blu ray music ambience lamp. Different from ordinary ambience lamp, this zero Blu ray music ambience lamp can be used as a small lamp, but also has the function of music box.
It is reported that this kind of ambience lamp can provide warm light without hurting eyes, and also can play white noise to help sleep. The original price is 499 yuan, but now the crowd funding price is 249 yuan. It provides two colors of amber and smoke gray.
It is understood that the blue light hazard of most LED lighting products has become increasingly prominent. The blue light component can affect the activity of retinal cells and inhibit the secretion of melatonin in the human body at night, which not only damages the strength, but also affects sleep.
The internal LED light source of the music atmosphere lamp with zero blue light is developed by the academician team of Chinese Academy of Sciences of Nanchang University, with high luminous efficiency yellow LED on silicon substrate as the core to realize the pure LED light source with no phosphor and low color temperature.
In addition, the color temperature of the lamp is 1700-1900k, which belongs to the long band in the spectrum. It can achieve zero blue light and no eye injury.
It is worth mentioning that the zero Blu ray music ambience lamp, with independent sound cavity design, can bring excellent medium and high frequency performance. At the same time, it supports the connection of mobile phones, tablets and other digital devices with Bluetooth function to play music.
Moreover, the atmosphere lamp is connected to the MI app, which can switch four modes, including reading mode, sleep / sleep with mode, candle mode, and custom scene.
For consumers who like outdoor camping, zero Blu ray music ambience lamp can also be used with power bank, so there is no need to worry about space restrictions.
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