Japanese company developed world’s first rechargeable LED lighting

Cybercoin, a Japanese light-emitting diode (LED) lighting company, has developed a unique power-cycling, straight-tube LED lighting system, allegedly "the world's first." In the work mode with power supply, this LED light recharges the installed lithium-ion battery for three hours; then, it automati...

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