Yesterday, Meizu officially unveiled its new subbrand Lipro, with which enters the AIoT market. As expected, Lipro is an acronym for Life and Professional. The presentation showed the first eight products designed to make our home smart and healthy.
The birth of the Meizu Lipro health lighting series was provoked by a report on eye health by the National Health Commission, according to which about 600 million Chinese citizens have eye diseases. Many of these eye problems are due to prolonged stay in rooms with artificial lighting.
Nowadays, more expensive LED luminaires have a high color rendering index (CRI) – Ra97. The color rendering index reflects the ability of the light source to realistically display the colors of objects. The highest value of Ra100 has daylight. For comparison, this index for mass cheap LED lamps is around Ra80.
But while the color rendering index is responsible for the correct vision of colors in artificial light, its high value is not enough to protect our eyes from damage. Other important factors are the visible oscillation (stroboscopic effect) and the risk groups for blue light (RG). According to the risk of retinal damage from blue light, light sources are classified into four groups – RG0 (safe), RG1 (low risk), RG2 (moderate risk) and RG3 (high risk).
It is these requirements that Meizu has set itself the goal of meeting their new Lipro brand products – healthy, intelligent and with a minimalist “sculptural design” (maximum content with a minimum number of lines). Let us recall that the general product manager of Lipro is J. Wong himself – the founder of the company.
Meizu Lipro LED Intelligent Ceiling Lighting
Museum-grade healthy light | Selected natural spectrum | Ra97 high color reproduction index | RG0 comfortable and low blue light | No visible flicker | 2cm ultrathin lamp body | Three-layer light guide structure | Intelligent control of brightness and color temperature by application | Stepless dimming panel
Meizu Lipro LED Cabinet Light
Museum-grade healthy light | Selected natural spectrum | Ra97 | RG0 | No visible flicker | Dual-sensing detection for automatic illumination – at reduced ambient light below 10Lux and motion detection | Two versions – wired and wireless (with 2000mAh battery and USB Type-C charging interface) | 2W 4000K 160LM (wireless version) and 5W 4000K 380LM (cable version) | Body – Al/PC | Easy installation by magnetic adsorption
Meizu Lipro LED Bulb
Museum-grade healthy light | Selected natural spectrum | Ra97 high color rendering index| RG0 comfortable and low blue light | No visible strobe | Plastic and aluminum construction | Custom printed circuit board | Socket E27 | Power – 3W 220LM, 6W 450LM and 8W 600LM | Dimensions – ⌀60mm*106mm | Color temperature – 2700K, 3400K and 4000K | Color – white
Meizu Lipro LED Downlight
Museum-grade healthy light | Selected natural spectrum | Ra97 | RG0 | No visible strobe | Narrow metal lamp body | 58° lens light guide structure | Deep cup anti-glare lamp body | IP54 sealed design | Hole sizes – 75mm and 100mm | Power – 6W, 8W and 11W | Color temperature – 3000K, 3500K and 4000K | Color – titanium.
Meizu Lipro LED Anchor Light
Museum-grade healthy light | Selected natural spectrum | Ra97 high color reproduction | RG0 comfortable and low blue light | No visible flicker | 68° special adjustment angle | 50Lux special adjustment brightness | 120° active radar motion detection and automatic turning on/off | Anti-glare grating
Meizu Lipro LED Strip
Museum-grade healthy light | Selected natural spectrum | Ra97 | RG0 | No visible flicker | FPC rolled copper structure and transparent PVC | Optical lens texture | Group Parallel Circuit | Flexible lighting | Color temperature – 3500K and 4000K | Power – 9W | Brightness – 800LM
Meizu Lipro Power Supply
55W output power | Aluminum body | Input voltage AC 200-240V | Output voltage DC 24V | Dimensions – 249mm*44mm*28.5mm
The products, with the exception of ceiling lighting and dimmer, are available for purchase in China as of today.