Signify Brings its Smart Lighting to the US
Lighting industry leader, Signify is breaking into the U.S. market with smart lighting products exclusively for Home Depot. Signify’s offerings include Bluetooth- and Zigbee-based smart lighting with Philips Hue, as well as the new Wi-Fi-enabled lighting integrated with the WiZ Connected ecosystem.
The affordable collection ranges in price from $9.97 to $19.97, and includes
- Dimmable Warm White (2700K) and Cool White (5000K) in the traditional A19 light bulb shape and BR30 downlight
- Tunable White (2700-5000K) in the traditional A19 light bulb shape, BR30 downlight and 6" integrated downlight
- Full Color with Tunable White in the traditional A19 light bulb shape, BR30 downlight and 6" integrated downlight
- Dimmable Clear Filament in the traditional A19 light bulb shape, G25 globe and ST19 teardrop shape
- Dimmable Amber Filament in the traditional A19 light bulb shape, G25 globe and ST19 teardrop shape
To consumer’s delight, the Philips Smart Wi-Fi LED lighting is controlled through the WiZ app alongside a home’s Wi-Fi network—no wiring, equipment, or special setup required. The retrofit light bulbs can be used for standard table lamps and light fixtures. Once installed, users can control their home lighting from anywhere by using the WiZ app, Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, or Siri. They’ll be able to wirelessly dim the lights, change the colors and shades, and set schedules and timers.
"There are so many activities we carry out at home. Our Philips Smart Wi-Fi LED WiZ Connected range makes it easy to set the right light for any and all situations," said Jeroen Schuitemaker, US Consumer Business Leader, Signify. "Whether you're spending time with your family and friends, doing housework or enjoying a meal, you can conveniently get the different light settings you need with the tap of an app or using your voice.”
The entire Signify collection is currently available at HomeDepot.com and will be available in Home Depot stores across the United States beginning in September.