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Latest update: 25/09/2020 08:58:02


LED light “Rescue” useful in time of disasters

We develop LED lights/bulbs and mounting print circuit boards. We have 5 lines for L board and 1 of LL board. We are able to address large mounting.  LED light “Rescue” that is able to last 1-3 hours at power outage was a big hit.


[Product description] We address various types and large productions. We are particularly confident with buying of electronic materials and QCD. We have the latest technology regarding printed circuit board mounting and have few restrictions. We have acquired ISO 9001 and 14001 accreditations, expecting minimum leakage failure. Capabilities include small-lot production soldering technology and quality management capability. We can also mount large circuit boards and have 5 lines for L and 1 line for LL boards. We are now focusing on acquiring parts/materials within and outside the country and have few restrictions on setup. [Authorization/Certification] Acquired ISO14001 and ISO 9001. [Major facilities and equipment] Surface mounting line: 11; flow line: 5 parts; soldering device: 4; surface testing device: 22; X-ray testing device: 3; burn-in system: 5.

[Product description] This product uses LED as the source along with a built-in battery for use as an emergency light during outage. Light bulbs have the ability of saving light by motion sensors and brightness sensors. Base is E26. This product can be used as a flashlight if removed from the socket. The product uses styrene acrylonitrile-butadiene copolymers for the body and polycarbonate for the lens for strength at times of disasters. [Market share/Ranking] First LED light bulb with a built-in battery in Japan. [Authorization/Certification] Acquired S-JET approval. [Intellectual property] Bulb-shaped LED lamp which also serves as a portable electric lamp in case of emergency (patent #2011-198735)