Cyberlux, a developer of low-power-usage illumination systems, donated 300 of its “Home Safety Lights” to victims of Hurricane Charley this week.

The kits include a optoelectronic diodal illumnation system that is portable or can be mounted. It weighs less than a pound and can provide up to five days of light on eight size AA batteries that are included, the company said.

“Cyberlux acted quickly in response to the needs of our residents who are without light and other necessities due to the devastation caused by Hurricane Charley” said Jim von Rinteln of the Collier County Emergency Management Agency in a statement. “It is the thoughtful generosity of others like the folks at Cyberlux that provides an element of comfort to those who have lost so much.”