SALt lamp

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A SALt lamp is an LED lamp powered by the galvanic reaction of an anode with saline water. It also has a USB port to charge low-power mobile devices such as cellphones, smartphones, and mp3 players. The anode must be replaced approximately every six months and the saline water daily; sea water is usable.[1] The SALt lamp was invented and is marketed by Aisa Mijeno, a Filipino inventor and entrepreneur.[2] She is also a faculty member of Engineering at De La Salle University — Lipa, and a member of Greenpeace Philippines. The product concept was formed after living with the natives of the Butbut tribe for days relying only on kerosene lamps and moonlight to do evening chores.[3]


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  2. ^ Michael D. Shear (November 18, 2015). "Obama Calls on Beijing to Stop Construction in South China Sea". The New York Times. Retrieved November 18, 2015. And all you need to do is you just have to replenish the saltwater solution,” she said, “and then you have another eight hours of lighting. 
  3. ^ "SALt : A Lamp That Runs on Salt and Water". Core77. Retrieved 2016-01-24. 

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