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Thursday, March 27, 2014
Samsung Debuts New LED Smart Bulbs


Following Philips and LG Electronics, Samsung is coming up with its own range of Bluetooth controllable LED lamp solutions.

The Korean company announced it will launch a range of LED lamp solutions at Light + Building 2014 trade fair, taking place in Frankfurt, Germany from 30 March to 4 April 2014. The new smart models are a lighter and more efficient PAR-series and lamps with a swivel-head PAR.

Unlike traditional Wi-Fi controllable LED lighting, the Smart Bulb utilizes Bluetooth technology which eliminates the need for a bridge and wireless AP, enabling the user to connect and control it directly from a smartphone or tablet PC. By installing an application, users can access and control of up to 64 Smart Bulbs with no additional equipment or set up required.



The Smart Bulb can be dimmed down to 10% brightness and is CCT tunable from 2700K (arm white) to 6500K (cool white). With a lifetime of 15,000 hours per Smart Bulb, users will receive approximately 10 years of light.

Samsung's B2B customers can deploy the Zigbee Smart Bulb that allows lighting to be controlled from anywhere and from smart devices such as a smartphone and tablet PC.

Samsung?s PAR-series delivers lighting without straining already existing fixtures thanks to its lightweight structure. With a high CRI of over 90 the PAR-series is suited for professional interior and color-critical applications.




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