Portable LED Light With Environmentally Friendly Materials
As we know, for portable led lights, the battery is necessary material, including the primary battery and rechargeable batteries.
And in the current markets, considering the advantages of lithium batteries, the primary batteries are fewer and fewer, and more portable led lights have used rechargeable batteries.
The competitive advantages not only have included the high energy density, and voltage output, but also the rechargeable battery is more "friendly" to the environment, called the green battery.
The rechargeable battery has a long service life, and charging and discharging cycles have exceeded 500 times for the good quality battery.
There is a professional battery supplier with who we have cooperated for many years, and our battery can reach the 500 times charging and discharging cycles.
Besides the lithium battery built-in, our engineers also have designed 4 models rechargeable by solar power which will help to save electricity consumption and to protect the natural environment.
By the way, many plastic materials are used in the manufacturing of portable led lights, such as ABS, and PC.
And we have used environmentally friendly materials to replace, for example, we have produced a retro camping lantern with a bamboo body and hemp rope. These natural materials will not pollute the environment.
By the way, besides the eco-friendly material, the good quality portable led lights will not need to purchase within a few years, then will reduce plastic use, reduce pollution in the manufacturing process to protect the environment.
At last, all of our raw materials have passed the ROHS certification, and we will be glad to show these reports to our clients.
This standard is mainly used to standardize the material and technological standards of electronic and electrical products, so as to make them more conducive to human health and environmental protection.
The aim of the standard is to eliminate lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, polybrominated biphenyls, and polybrominated diphenyl ethers from electrical and electronic products.