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60W smart LED bulb compatible with Wink, ZigBee

21 Jan 2015  | Paul Buckley

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Cree Inc. has uncloaked its first smart LED bulb that claims to offer industry-leading simplicity, multi-platform compatibility and affordability. The 60W replacement Connected Cree LED bulb is compatible with Wink and ZigBee certified hubs, noted the company.

Connected Cree LED bulb

The compatibility enables consumers to control the Connected Cree LED bulb from anywhere by installing the bulb and compatible hub, syncing the devices and customising the settings using your iOS or Android smartphone. Lights can be dimmed or brightened to the perfect setting and the lights can be schedule to come on at the start of each day or be turned on while away for added security.

The Connected Cree LED bulb is also designed for compatibility with future Cree supported hubs and market-leading platforms such as the Apple HomeKit platform as consumers adopt new platforms for home connectivity.

Just like the Cree LED bulb, the Connected Cree LED bulb emits a warm, omnidirectional light thanks to its 4Flow filament design. The innovation creates a compact, optically balanced light source inside a durable, shatter-proof housing. The Connected Cree LED bulb delivers 815 lumens in a soft white (2700K) colour temperature. Backed by a three-year warranty, the Connected Cree LED bulb consumes 81 per cent less energy, has a rated lifetime of 25,000 hours and is dimmable via smartphone app, added the company.

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