Sixteen Rechargeable LED Lamp

Sixteen Rechargeable LED Lamp

Let's Talk Lamps, Phones, and Smartwatches

Did you know that you and your clients’ phones and smartwatches play a significant role in the longevity of your lamps?

Interference from other devices can significantly impact the lifespan and quality of your lamps, especially over time. This is because electronic devices nearby or close to your lamp can interfere with the LED lamp’s operation, particularly if they emit electromagnetic interference (EMI).

Smartwatches and mobile phones emit electromagnetic interference (EMI). This is primarily due to the various radiofrequency (RF) signals they use for communication, including cellular signals, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth. The level of interference can vary depending on the phone's model, design, and the strength of the signal it is transmitting or receiving.

Smartwatches like Apple Watches and Fitbits typically use Bluetooth and Wi-Fi to communicate with smartphones and other devices. These signals can cause electromagnetic interference with other electronic devices, such as a nail lamp, causing your lamp to flicker and malfunction.

If you or your client’s smartwatch is very close to the lamp while it's operating, the electromagnetic interference between the two devices might be strong enough to cause flickering. Try keeping the smartwatch and other devices like phones at a distance to see if the issue resolves.

Magnetic components in mobile phones and smartwatches can also affect your lamp, as some smartwatches and phones have chargers with magnetic components. If these components are too close to the lamp, they can interfere with its operation, especially if your lamp has sensors and/or switches.


How to Ensure Your Lamp Isn’t Affected by Electromagnetic Interference:

· Keep your and your clients’ mobile phones and smartwatches away from your lamp. This may mean asking your clients to remove their smartwatches before the appointment.

· Temporarily turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi on smartwatches to avoid wireless interference.

· Make sure your nail lamp and your phone/smartwatch are not plugged into the same outlet at the same time.

· Ensure that no other electronic devices nearby could be interfering, as multiple devices that connect via Bluetooth or Wi-Fi could create issues for your lamp in the future.

By taking these steps, you can ensure your lamps aren’t being damaged by smartwatches, mobile phones, and other devices.


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