New! SunRay II ® Wall Mount – World Voltage!Sale!
Easy to Use
- Ideal for:Home or Office
- Placement: Desk, Tabletop, or Stand (Optional)
- Color: White
- Dimensions: 15.5″ Tall x 23″ Wide x 3.25″ Deep with 8′ power cord
- Weight: 16.5 lbs
- *Tilt continuously adjustable from 0 to 12°
- *Flush/Tilt design allows use as Tilt or Low Profile mount.
- Tilt mounting so that you can get the clearest view while having a double frame wall bracket for extra strength and a convenient space for easy power cord routing.
- * World Voltage 110-250V 50-60HZ Works in all Countries!
The SunRay® II has two light settings. Its moderate price has made it a very popular unit among the larger boxes. As recommended by leading researchers, the light is delivered at a downward angle for maximum effectiveness. Made in the USA, it comes with a lifetime warranty on the light box and a two year guarantee on bulb. Energy efficient, it uses only 124 watts to run it’s full spectrum 5000k, 10,000 Lux bulbs. Spectrally transparent prismatic diffuser that blocks UV, does not filter the quality of light and will not yellow. No heat and no bulb flutter with advanced electronics. Advanced energy efficient electronics that do not overload the lamps. UL Approved. It is the ideal model to use mounted on the wall for lighting up the whole room.
- Tilt continuously adjustable from 0 to 12°
- Flush/Tilt design allows use as Tilt or Low Profile mount.
The high setting (both switches turned on) provides 10,000 lux @ 23″; 5,000 lux @ 34″; or 2,500 lux @ 49″. The low setting (only one switch turned on) provides 10,000 lux @ 14″; 5,000 lux @ 24″; or 2,500 lux @ 36″.
Average use using the high setting (both switches on), the 10,000 lux distance is roughly 20-30 minutes per day at 23 inches away from the light of the unit. At 34 inches away from the face of the unit, that would be equivalent of 40 minutes to 1 hour. At 49 inches, the light might be used for 2-3 hours. On the low setting ( 1 switch on/1 switch off) the 10,000 lux distance is roughly 20-30 minutes per day at 14 inches away from the light of the unit. At 24 inches away from the face of the unit, that would be equivalent of 40 minutes to 1 hour. At 36 inches, the light might be used for 2-3 hours. Actual time for a particular individual will vary. It usually takes some experimentation to find a routine that is right for you.
SunBox Light Boxes: We warrant to the original purchaser that the SunBox light unit is to be free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for *lifetime of the product.
*To maintain this lifetime warranty, the light bulbs must be changed every (3) years to prevent ballast failure. Bulb replacement must be SunBox bulbs.
All SunBox products purchased from The SunBox Company may be returned within 45 days from date of purchase for a full refund (less shipping costs) if returned in good condition. We ask that you keep the original shipping materials to reuse in case of return, as this is the best way to ensure that the unit will not be damaged in transit back to us.
Please open and inspect your package within 7 days of receipt. Items damaged after 7 days or damaged items not reported to the SunBox Company within 7 days of receipt are customer’s responsibility.
Most people use their SunBox light boxes as sources of bright light during the fall and winter months. Some people use them on overcast days at any time of year, or when their schedules or surroundings do not allow much exposure to natural sunlight. Sun Boxes are also used by people working night shifts. Most people use light in the morning. If you use light too late in the day, it may disturb your sleep.
To use a SunBox, the light should be in front of you, angled so that the light shines onto your face, and your eyes should be open. It is not necessary to look directly into the light; most people read, eat, or watch TV while using their SunBox. Eyeglasses or contact lenses may be worn, but heavily tinted sunglasses will reduce the amount of light received.
Average use at the 10,000 lux distance is roughly 20-30 minutes per day. At 5,000 lux, that would be the equivalent of 40 minutes to I hour. At 2,500 lux, the light might be used for two to three hours. Actual time for a particular individual will vary. It usually takes some experimentation to find a routine that is right for you.