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We want to clear up the main technical doubts that may arise regarding the assembly of our products and the necessary steps required to assemble them.
Yes, the Kuma light requires a more powerful converter as it has USB ports for recharging smartphones and tablets. If you wish to use those USB ports in order to recharge devices, the light’s consumption will be greater.
It is thus recommended to use at least a 30W converter, code. 7001320 for the use of a single light and a 50W converter code. 5008420 for the use of 2 lights.
The following video shows how you can easily install the aforementioned LED lighting.
The Androwave Switch light has a proximity sensor that carries out the role of switch, and it is also possible to connect two more lights in order to control them all through that sensor.
For that purpose, an input and output cable is incorporated, as well as an AMP distributor. Also, it has progressive switching on and turning off that offers a very appealing and innovative effect.
Cygnus lighting is available in two different lengths of 195 mm and 395 mm, both in cool white or warm white colour temperatures. Cutting or tampering may result in the lighting not working.
Persei lighting is available in two different lengths of 395 mm and 595 mm, both in cool white or warm white colour temperatures. Cutting or tampering may result in the lighting not working.
Yes, as the Volans light functions at 230V AC therefore it does not need any extra converter.
Draco lighting which functions using rechargeable batteries and an integrated movement sensor is ideal for places where there are no electric fittings as it is assembled on the surface and be extracted easily in order to be recharged.
This lighting includes 6 AAA type batteries, that allow it to be recharged using a mobile 5V DC 1A mobile charger with a micro USB B type jack and they can be replaced when their charge cycles run out. They can only be replaced with rechargeable 1.2V AAA batteries, and never with conventional batteries.
This happens because the Draco battery-powered light has a twilight sensor, which prevents turning the light on if there is excessive light.
That is to say, if the sensor detects light in the room it does not switch the light on. Thus, the light only switches on in conditions where there is a lack of light.
This function is aimed at preventing unnecessary consumption that shortens the charge cycle of rechargeable batteries, thus making it possible to save battery.
The Draco battery-powered light has a range of 900 lighting cycles per charge before the batteries run out.
The Draco battery-powered light has an LED indicator that goes from red to green when charging is complete after an approximate period of 2 hours.
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