On World Sight Day, Signify launches ‘Philips EyePro’ LED bulb with Interlaced Optics to enhance Eye Comfort

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• The patented technology, inspired by the pattern of sunflower seeds, distributes light more uniformly, reducing glare by up to 35% and ensures no visible flicker
• Study reveals an alarming increase in the number of Indians suffering from poor eyesight

Nagpur, India – On the occasion of World Sight Day, Signify (Euronext: LIGHT), the world leader in lighting (formerly known as Philips Lighting), has announced the ‘Philips EyePro’ LED bulb with Interlaced Optics in India. This is a new range designed with patented Interlaced Optics technology to enhance Eye Comfort. Its design, inspired by the pattern of sunflower seeds, once more illustrates Signify as the leading innovator in energy-efficient LED lighting.

Product Features

• Patented Interlaced Optics
• Reduces glare by 35%
• No visible flicker
• Available in 9 & 12 W
• Color temperature: 6500K B22
• Price:
• Rs. 110 for 9W
• Rs. 170 for 12W

The patented Interlaced Optics in the new LED lamps diffuse and reflect light. This reduces glare – the excessive brightness caused by an intense light beaming from the center of the bulb – by up to 35% and ensures no visible flicker. The result is a uniform light output that is comfortable on the eye. The micro Interlaced Optics are imprinted onto lamps, cleverly increasing the light beam angle, so wider areas of the home can be lit more uniformly, making it ideal for high concentration tasks like reading and writing.

“We took inspiration from nature. The Interlaced Optics design mimics the pattern of sunflower seeds. This helps to reduce glare, creating a more uniformly lit environment that is conducive for tasks that require focus, such as studying, reading or writing. We are delighted to launch our EyePro LED lamps, that are specially designed to be comfortable for your eyes,” said Sumit Padmakar Joshi, Vice Chairman, and Managing Director, Signify Innovations India Limited, on the launch of the product in India.

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