By Mhownai - September 05, 2015

Let's be honest you guys, living in the Philippines is really fun but it's really dangerous now a days. I know I'm not the only one here had experienced walking down in the streets, probably 7-8 PM and guess what? No streetlights! Not even the houses have their own light (if that makes any sense) in their backyard and mind you guys, not all the streets are safe. Bad guys are out there, some where, everywhere.

If here in the City, some of us doesn't even had a decent lightning system in where they live, how much more to those people who are living in the rural areas. Worse case is those people who doesn't have electricity in their town. I feel so sorry to those little kids who wants to study hard but they can't because of complete darkness.

Everyone should have the luxury of having a decent streetlight.

I know one solution to help you guys!

CDR-King finally launches the Solar powered outdoor lights, the only thing that this little baby boy requires is 6 hours of  light and it can be able to give light and brightness in your life through out the night. Well, how cool is that?!

I am really happy that they can be able to produce this kind of technology that is Eco and budget friendly.

CDR-King Solar Powered outdoor light features:
·         Solar Panel: 15V/15W
·         Lithium Battery: 37Vah
·         LED Power: 4W
·         LED Drive Current: 220mA/pc
·         Static Power: 0.064W (MIcrowave induction)
·         Detection angle: 140'360
·         Number of lights: 6pcs
·         Lumen Value: 600-720lm
·         LED chip: Bridgelux
·         Color Temperature: 3000-6500K
·         CRI: 75Ra
·         Light Control Voltage: 3V
·         Sensor Area: 1- meters
·         Charging Time: 6 hours
·         Working Time: 3 rainy days
·         Working Temperature: -20 degree - 60 degree

·         Lifetime: 5000 hours

This tiny baby boy might be little but this will help us so much.

So if you guys wanted to avail this amazing technology, you can visit your nearest CDR-King branches nationwide to check on other Solar-powered products. 

Disclaimer: This is a press release blog and I don't own anything in this blog (pictures and the specs of the product) aside from that, the writing it self came from my coconut shell. 


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