Consumer Peripherals

Philips Hue Gets Expanded Range of LED Lamps

21 August 2018
Philips Hue Play gives accent lighting or mood scenes for entertainment such as watching TV or playing games. Source: Signify

Signify, formerly Philips Lighting, has expanded its range of light emitting diode (LED) lamps from in its Philips Hue smart home brand.

At the upcoming Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA) show in Berlin, Signify will introduce new Philips Hue white and color ambiance pendants for the dining table in the smart home. The LED lamps are designed to hang above a dining table or can sit on the table as a decorative element as well as set a mood.

The range of outdoor LEDs called Lightstrip. Source: SignifyThe range of outdoor LEDs called Lightstrip. Source: SignifyPhilips Hue Play is a compact light bar that can be positioned for an indirect light effect and can sit horizontally or vertically next to a television or mounted behind as a backlight. If on the floor or positioned on a bookcase it offers accent lighting for entertainment areas. The lamps work by plugging it in and connecting the lamp to the Philips Hue bridge and app where it can be personalized with 16 million different colors to create whatever mood or scene you want. The lamps can also be synchronized to different entertainment if watching a movie or playing a video game.

The new Philips Hue Signe, Philips Hue Liane and Philips Hue Sana lamps are designed to be placed on walls or on the floor inside the home to brighten up a dark corner or highlight a piece of furniture. The bathroom range of Philips Hue Adore lamps provides cool, white light in the morning with pre-set four light scenes built in to the devices.

Signify also introduced a range of outdoor LEDs called Lightstrip that is a flexible strip of lights that can be placed around flower beds or a garden to bring ambiance to the backyard. The Lightstrip will be available in October in two different sizes—2 meters and 5 meters.

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