The Philips brand completes the range of popular EcoPro series work lamps with two models. Thus, mechanics can effectively adjust its operational parameters to their needs.
Four years ago, the Philips brand introduced a new line of EcoPro LED workshop lamps. The then series consisted of three positions – the EcoPro20 pocket flashlight, the compact EcoPro40 design and the EcoPro50 projector. In mid-2020, the EcoPro61 Slim model with a foldable and very narrow light module joined them. Now the offer is complemented by two more items.
Philips EcoPro10 is shaped like a popular penlight lamp. Its main light panel consists of five efficient LEDs with a power of 90 lumens, a beam width of 40 degrees and a color temperature of 6000K. At the top of the body there is another LED with a point light (10 lm).
The power source is three AAA batteries, which allow for about 6.5 hours of continuous operation. The ergonomics of use are raised by a large ON / OFF button, which will also work easily under the finger while wearing thick work gloves. The shape of the lamp allows it to be hidden in a pocket of the suit, and the built-in clip provides solid support.
The EcoPro30 model, on the other hand, is another compact design in this series of Philips work lamps. The main light module consists of LEDs emitting a beam with a width of 120 degrees and a color temperature of 6000K, which can be used in the Eco 150 lm or Boost 300 lm mode. A practical solution are two methods of attachment – by means of a strong magnet or by rotating it around its own axis of the hook.
Built-in lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 2200 mAh allows you to use up to eight hours of continuous operation. Recharging via the USB-C port takes approximately 3 hours.
Both new Philips workshop lights, like the entire EcoPro series, are distinguished by their green and black housing. The plastic material used in the handle ensures a firm grip, even in a lubricated hand. The whole is characterized by a high class of tightness (IP54) and resistance to mechanical damage (IK07).