This week, Sengled’s staff arrived in Las Vegas with a very retro technology product for the 2020 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES),media reported. This product is the Sengled Smart LED Edison Filament bulb. As you can see, its design looks extremely retro.
In addition, the company has launched a new smart lighting and smart home solution at CES 2020 that includes smart LED Candle Light bulbs, a new Smart Hub and a Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring.
In February 1879, Joseph Swan first documented how carbon filament bulbs worked. In October of the same year, Edison demonstrated a working carbon wire bulb. Most copies of modern primitive carbon filament bulbs are often referred to as “Edison bulbs”.
The Edison Filament bulb, shown by Sengled this week, is a transparent bulb with a filament visible at 2100K. Like several other light bulbs with similar design intentions, the goal is to give every home a stylish look and comfortable golden lighting.
In addition to the Edison Filament bulbs, Sengled has brought smart LED Candle Light bulbs, a new Smart Hub and a Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring.
Among them, the color range of Candle Light bulbs is very wide, it can be used in many non-intelligent devices such as ceiling fans, chandeliers, night lights and so on. Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring also gives the future of non-smart devices, and it is understood that the plug can be connected to an Sengle app that allows users to turn and detect energy consumption remotely.
Smart Hub has actually grown to the third generation. The new version supports the Apple HomeKit, which means it can control a variety of smart devices through Siri. It also supports the Google Local Home SDK, which provides smart home control over a local network — no Internet required! As in previous releases, the new version also supports Amazon Alex and Google Assistant. In addition, it supports Zigbee 3.0 and Super 64
The Sengled Smart LED E12 Candle Light bulb costs about $25, the Smart Hub costs about $30, and the Smart Plug with Energy Monitoring costs about $20. Unfortunately, Sengled has not yet announced a specific launch date for these new technologies.