New Philips Hue smart lighting unveiled by Signify

25 January 2022
The Philips Hue Lucca lighting can be used to create a pathway or enhance outdoor areas such as gardens, flowers or plants. Source: Signify

Signify, a developer of smart lighting, has introduced a new series of Phillips Hue light emitting diodes (LEDs) for the smart home.

The lighting creates ambiance outside and inside the home. The lighting for outdoors includes wall and bollard lights for social events or time with the family.

Called Philips Hue Inara, the black vintage-style lantern includes all of the smart features of Philips Hue while the dimmable warm white light adds to patios or porches for socializing outdoors.

Meanwhile, the Philips Hue Resonate wall light enhances outdoor spaces with white and color light. The light casts a glow up and down a wall. On rectangular walls, the light creates triangles of light for design elements.

The Philips Hue Lucca wall light is housed in stainless steel for lining a pathway with light. The white and color LEDs can be dotted around a garden, tucked in flowers or placed among plants and trees.

Signify said the Philips Hue outdoor smart lighting is made to withstand any weather conditions and can be dimmed and controlled via the Philips Hue app, remote control, voice or outdoor motion sensor. Using the Philips Hue Bridge, the lights can be automated to turn on when someone nears a house or mimic a homeowner's presence while they are away.

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