Panasonic has launched a Wi-Fi enabled Good LED Bulb that features multi-colour lighting choices and automatic scheduling capabilities. The Good Wi-Fi LED Bulb has consumer knowledge capabilities, and may safe the consumer’s knowledge on the cloud by means of its cellular utility. The newest within the firm’s IoT merchandise, the Good Bulb can be related and used through voice command options by means of Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. It is going to be obtainable for buy through Amazon and different on-line and offline shops.
The Panasonic Good Wi-Fi LED Bulb has an output of 9 watt. It presents almost 16 million shades, giving customers a variety of choices. The bulb has a pre-set function that permits customers to auto-schedule the switching on and off of lights. The lighting settings can be adjusted to swimsuit totally different events.
The good bulb will be managed by means of the Panasonic Good Wi-Fi app that may be downloaded on the App Retailer and Google Play retailer. You’ll be able to join and use the Wi-Fi enabled Good Bulb by means of voice command options from Alexa and Google Assistant.
Panasonic mentioned that it had launched the product to cater to the rising demand for Good Properties and automation.
“The lighting wants of customers have drastically developed lately and we wished to convey a product that’s not solely user-friendly but additionally caters to the altering wants of a digitally related shopper and enhances their expertise,” mentioned Dinesh Aggarwal, joint managing director of Panasonic Life Options India, in a press release. “The vary of Good Wi-Fi LED bulbs will make a big mark within the house automation class given the options it entails.”
The corporate mentioned that sooner or later, the Good LED Bulb might be part of the related ecosystem that might be built-in seamlessly with Panasonic’s MirAIe – an clever IoT & AI-enabled related dwelling platform.
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