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General Description; Intended Use; The Effects Of The Connected Sleep & Wake-Up Light; Important Safety Information - Philips HF367X Series Manual

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General description

Intended use

The effects of the connected Sleep & Wake-Up
Light

Important safety information

Danger
1
Deco ring
2 Lamp housing
3 Display
4 Sound pressure sensor
5 USB charging port
6 Reset button
7 Radio antenna
8 AmbiTrack sensor: Humidity and temperature sensor
9 Auxiliary (AUX) inlet
10 Adapter DC-inlet
11 Speaker
12 Snooze/Midnight Light
13 Adapter
14 Small plug
The Philips connected Sleep & Wake-Up Light is intended to give you a
more natural and refreshed wake-up and a relaxed feeling before falling
asleep.
This is not a general illumination product.
The Philips connected Sleep & Wake-Up Light gently prepares your body for
waking up during the last 5 to 40 minutes of your sleep, depending on the
Sunrise simulation time you set. In the early morning hours, our eyes are
more sensitive to light than when we are awake. During this period, the
relatively low light levels of a simulated natural sunrise prepare our body for
waking up and getting alert.
People who use the connected Sleep & Wake-Up Light report waking up
more easily, have a better overall mood in the morning and feel more
energetic. Because the sensitivity to light differs per person, you can set the
light intensity of your appliance to a level that matches your light sensitivity
for an optimal start of the day. For more information about the connected
Sleep & Wake-Up Light, see www.philips.com.
Read this important information carefully before you use the appliance and
save it for future reference.
- Water and electricity are a dangerous combination. Do not use this
appliance in wet surroundings (e.g. in the bathroom or near a shower or
swimming pool).
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