Sharp has half a dozen new models of LED ceiling lights that will hit the Japanese market, relying on Sharp’s proprietary light diffusion technology that enables it to come in an extremely thin design – measuring a mere 43mm at the thickest point, going all the way down to 8mm at the thinnest. Out of the six models, three of them – the DL-C501V/C301V/C302V, will enable one to rely on a remote control to change the color of the white light courtesy of the Adjustable Color function, not to mention being able to adjust its brightness level as well. In a nutshell, you get 110 different levels of color and brightness in order to suit a particular mood or time of day. Having a heart for the environment as well, they will help lower energy consumption by up to 65%.
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