INNOSOL Origo combines an effective bright light and beautiful design by Eero Aarnio. It is not only pleasant to watch but also to touch. Origo's easy portability and dimmability sets no limits to imagination in where to place it as an eye catcher. His playful design is reflected from Origo's warm and round contour.
The upper part forms a smooth handle so that it is easy to carry and place in different locations. Thanks to its dimmer, Origo can be used as a cosy interior lamp outside the bright light therapy season.
The dimmer is located on the lower front of the lamp and the power switch in the electric cord. The entire lamp shade is of flexible and durable plastic giving an effective, globally dispersed light.
Therapy distance 65 cm (2.500 Lux)
Light temperature 4000 K (natural white)
Light source wattage / type: 2x 55 W
Total wattage: 110 W
2.500 Lux: 65 cm
5.000 Lux: 49 cm
10.000 Lux: 33 cm
Isolation class: IP20
Dimmer: 10% - 100%
Dimensions mm: 240 x 800
Weight: 3,0 kg
CE - 0434
INNOSOL bright light devices
effective, safe and handy
Bright light therapy requires a minimum light intensity of 2,500 lux. Not just any lamp that produces bright and intensive light, such as a halogen lamp, is suitable for bright light therapy. The INNOSOL bright light devices meet all the requirements set on high quality therapy. The light does not flicker and it is evenly distributed. The opaque shade that covers the entire light surface filters UV emissions. A sufficiently long distance from the device guarantees you a pleasant therapy session. The surface luminosity of the INNOSOL bright light devices is as low as possible to minimise dazzling.
The INNOSOL bright light devices are of extremely high quality. They have been developed and tested in Finland where both seasonal changes and variations in the amount of daylight are manifest and intense. Finland is one of the world's leading countries in bright light research. These studies have been the basis for the development of INNOSOL bright light devices.
Although lack of daylight is most typical of Northern Europe, the phenomenon is also familiar in other parts of the world. In Central Europe autumns and winters are also long and daylight is scarce. INNOSOL bright light devices have in Finland thousands of satisfied users and they are becoming increasingly popular in other European countries.