IKEA and Little Sun have announced a partnership to develop two new solar-powered LED Lamps called SAMMANLANKAD.
Little Sun is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing alternative energy solutions and pursuing the goal of providing clean energy solutions to a broader global audience.
The two new LED Lamps, for the tabletop and ceiling, are designed to mimic the orbits of the sun and the earth in terms of appearance. The lamp has a 23.5-degree angle hemispherical central light source that is fixed to a mirror and surrounded by a metal ring. The lamp is available as a table lamp with a base or as a ceiling-mounted chandelier.
In addition, the fixture’s internal solar dome light is removable, allowing users to carry it around or hang it from other devices.
The Lamp is powered by solar panels and rechargeable batteries. If needed, users can also charge the bulb directly through the USB-A or USB-C port. In addition, the bulb is also a rechargeable treasure, can be used to reverse power for cell phones.
The specific parameters of the IKEA SAMMANLANKAD solar LED Lamps such as brightness are not yet found. Ikea said they have a relatively high brightness output due to the size of the LED bulbs, and the two Lamps will be released in select markets this month, with pricing not yet announced.