After taking over by Ideal Industries, Cree Lighting starts a new series of linear LED lighting, Stylus? , which can be created for luxury lighting design. Meanwhile, the Signify, who acquired Wi-Fi-based connected lighting ecosystem programmer WiZ Connected in April, announced that it is expanding its smart house lighting offering in the U.S. by incorporating Wi-Fi enabled lighting.
The Stylus? LED Linear luminaires Linear Series was made to remove the barriers to specifying architectural linear lighting throughout big projects. The series provide architects and lighting designers with a full linear suite which fits with today's minimalist design theories. Technology with high R9>65 across the entire line and all CCT options (30K, 35K,40K), the new products provide uniform lighting distribution with organic colours. Additionally, the dimming function may work down to one percent.
On the other hand, Signify said it's comprised Wi-Fi-enabled lighting working with the WiZ Connected ecosystem to its smart house lighting that in the United States. The WiZ Connected ecosystem works independently from the Philips Hue ecosystem. Conveniently adjust the Philips Smart Wi-Fi LED lighting using the easy-to-use WiZ app on tablets or smartphones and Wi-Fi network in the home.
"There are several activities we carry out in the home. Our Philips Smart Wi-Fi LED WiZ Connected range makes it effortless to place the ideal lighting for all scenarios," said Jeroen Schuitemaker, US Consumer Business Leader, Signify. "Whether you are spending time with your loved ones and friends, doing housework or enjoying a meal, then you can conveniently access the different light settings you need using the tap of an app or with your voice."