BenQ ScreenBar Plus
e-Reading LED Task Lamp
e-Reading LED Task Lamp
- Auto dimming with built-in ambient light sensor
- Specially designed clip works with most monitors
- Zero reflective glare off the screen
Auto Dimming • Space Saving • No Screen Glare
Working a Full Day in Front of a Screen Is Irritating
Research shows that we work on the computer for an average of 5.7 hours each day. Staring at the screen for so long causes eye irritation. To eliminate this discomfort, take breaks and relieve eye strain with sufficient lighting.
Eye Care: Brightness Is Key
The American National Standard Practice for Office Lighting recommends an illuminance level of 500 Lux.
We looked at traditional lamps and decided to change a few things.
Three Problems, One Solution
Auto dimming, space saving and no screen glare. To top it off, the desktop dial makes use far more convenient.
Less Is More
Enhance work pleasure and relieve eye strain.
The Built-in Ambient Light Sensor Automatically Illuminates to 500 LuxHow bright is right? BenQ's ScreenBar Plus e-Reading lamp is equipped with a sensor that detects the surrounding brightness and then adjusts to just the right lighting.
Under normal circumstances, auto dimming mode will illuminate to 500 lux. While in a dimly lit room (under 50lux), the lamp automatically adjusts illumination to 300lux, thereby eliminating the discomfort caused by a strong contrasts of light.
The Patented Clip Design Instantly Attaches to Any Monitor
With BenQ's unique design, we eliminate the need for mounting hardware like tape or screws.
Asymmetrical Optical Design Ensures Zero Reflective Glare off the ScreenEach BenQ ScreenBar e-Reading lamp has an asymmetrical optical design that only illuminates the desk and doesn't shine on the screen, avoiding reflective glare.
ScreenBar Plus e-Reading Lamp
The Whole Working Area Is Crystal Clear
The 500 Lux illuminance of the desk surface ensures that you see everything in front of the screen clearly.
The desktop dial for ScreenBar Plus (which takes almost no space of your desk) makes the lamp more user friendly. The control panel is angled towards the user, enhancing visibility and usability. The dial makes the adjustment of brightness and color temperature intuitive and precise.
Having a Quality LED Light Source Ensures Proper Eye Care
Compliant with IEEE PAR1789 regulation of flicker in LED lighting.
IEC/TR 62778 assessment deemed it free of blue-light hazard.
Adjustable color temperature, to increase work efficiency and eye comfortAll eight colors are compliant with the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) LED lighting chromaticity standard.
For comfort, the warm light lets you relax while replenishing your energy.
While working, the cool light allows you to concentrate and boosts efficiency.
No Extra Wires, Just USB
Whether it's a computer, phone charger or power bank, any USB outlet can power the ScreenBar and light up your desk. Once you turn it on, the ScreenBar resumes your last used brightness and color temperature settings to energetically welcome you back to work!
If a phone charger or power bank are used, make sure the power output is 5V and supplies at least 1A.
Use only the provided USB cable to power the lamp. Use of any extension USB cable can result in malfunctions.
Less Is More
Auto DimmerPress for automatic brightness adjustment and the indicator will shine green.
Brightness Adjustment IndicatorThe light indicates how the dial will adjust brightness.
Hue Adjustment IndicatorThe light indicates how the dial will adjust color temperature.
Brightness / Hue Adjustment SwitchPress to switch between brightness adjustment and color-temperature adjustment.
Power/DialPress to turn it on or off. Rotate to adjust brightness or color temperature.
International Safety Certifications
The materials we used all complied with the RoHS (2011-65-EU) standards of the EU, guranteeing they do not contain any unsafe heavy metals such as lead, cadmium, and mercury.
Blue-Light Hazard Evaluation
The LED sources all passed the European Union IEC/TR 62778 assessment of light-source and blue-light hazards—thus classifying these products as risk-free light sources.