Philips comes with light switch that flow takes touch of fingers




Philips comes with a light switch that does not require power, because it takes power from the touch of the fingers. The switch with kinetic energy is part of a series of new products around the smartphones with controllable Hue lamps.

The light switch Hue tap works on kinetic energy, and users can according to Philips use the switch for Hue bulbs as the smartphone or tablet just is not available. The switch consumes Philips virtually no energy and does not need to be connected. To a power The Hue tap has some buttons for preset ‘scenes’ of the Hue-lamp, a color or combination of colors for lights. Connectivity occurs as the whole Hue setup via Zigbee home automation standard.

In addition, Philips presents 3D printed lamps based on Hue, thereby making more designs. Possible Philips also has a new Hue lamp that can only display white. The cheaper version can be white in different color temperatures and show different magnitudes. The new products come after the summer, except for the 3D-printed by designers designed lamps, which from next week for pre-order. All products have the necessary Hue Bridge, which the lamps can communicate. Smartphone and tablet app

Hue is a series of lamps and accessories from Philips that users can control. Via apps As a result, users can choose colors and Programs. Also by external apps flicker to the beat of music or display notifications by entering. Off and the lights

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