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Sengled introduces new Smart lighting portfolio with innovative LED light combined with technology solutions at IFA 2014 in Berlin

Boost, the world's first LED + Wi-Fi repeater bulbs and Pulse 7.1 LED + Wireless Audio System are extension of innovative Smart lighting portfolio for consumers

ATLANTA, Sept. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sengled, a leading LED manufacturer from China introduces its extension of innovative Smart lighting products for consumers in the USA and Europe, with the new Pulse 7.1 LED + Wireless Audio System bulb (1 Master bulb can support up to 7 Satellite bulbs) and the Boost LED + Wi-Fi repeater bulb at IFA 2014. Earlier this year, Sengled launched its Pulse LED + Wireless Audio System starter kit 2.0 (1 Master bulb and 1 Satellite bulb) in the USA and Europe.

Sengled new global consumer business unit combines its LED expertise with other technologies to create innovative products. "Light" is the delivery model, as it is already installed in the homes of consumers. As the Smart lighting consumer portfolio is growing, the two premium LED bulbs are easy to enjoy and create a bright world of ongoing inspiration, based on cutting edge technology that is reliable, affordable and supremely efficient.

It is our vision becoming an innovation driver with new products and benefits for users and new user experiences", says Johnson Shen, Chief Executive Officer of Sengled. Our products are made to give you a safe, more fun, and convenient experience that will continue to enhance your life into infinity. With technology that's so easy to use and fits so naturally into your home, that you could forget it is there, except that it constantly makes your life better."

"At IFA Berlin 2014, we introduce the updated version of the Pulse LED + Wireless Audio System and the new Boost LED Wi-Fi repeater bulbs. With these products, we give a new look and approach to light and technology together", says Matthias Frank, Director Marketing and Business Development Europe at Sengled. With our strong expertise in LED and our vision to combine this expertise with other features, we are going to market new products which are innovative and provide a whole new user experience."

Sengled Pulse 7.1 LED + Wireless Audio System (C01-BR30 lamp)
The Sengled Pulse 7.1 is a LED light and Bluetooth® stereo speaker from JBL, controlled by an App. One Master bulb can support up to 7 Satellite bulbs. Multiple lamps can be controlled simultaneously and immediately. The Sengled Pulse is easy to install – like any other LED light bulb. It saves energy and has the audio quality of JBL speakers, with a truly stereo and multi-room audio. The bulb supports 6 sound effect settings (Normal, Pop, Jazz, Classic, Rock and Movie). It is easy to use and compatible with most Bluetooth® devices. You don't need a remote controller; just simply download the free Android or iOS. The Pulse LED bulb has the following product specifications:

LED Lights

  • 8 Watts, 600 lumens, 2700K, CRI 80, 105°, E27 socket

Audio System

  • 13 Watts @ 8ohm, 1.75'' Full Range High Fidelity Loudspeaker
  • System Wireless Point-to-Point Latency < 20ms
  • Power Supply: 120V ac, 60Hz, 0.17A, 15W (Light and Audio), Peak 30W
  • Dimensions: 138.73mm (H) x Φ 98mm (Dia.)
  • Weight: 420g (approx.)

Sengled Boost LED + Wi-Fi repeater (A01-A60 LED lamp)
The Sengled Boost is the first product of its kind to integrate LED bulb with Wi-Fi repeater. The LED bulb supports two Wi-Fi network mode: Access Point (AP) / Repeater. It has two build-in antennas for high throughput data exchange rate of maximum 300Mbps. Moreover it is compatible with most smartphones, tablets and computers that support Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11b/g/n standard at 2.4GHz. The remote LED lights ON/OFF and dimming control can be controlled individually or by group. The free Boost App can be downloaded for free via Boost Android or iOS App to explore even greater functionality.  The Pulse LED bulb has the following product specifications:

LED Lights

  • 6 Watts, 470 lumens, 3000K, CRI: 80, 240°, E27 socket

Wi-Fi Repeater

  • Wi-Fi Standard: IEEE 802.11b/g/n
  • Wi-Fi Transmitter Frequency Range: 2.412 - 2.484 GHz
  • 2T2R MIMO wireless technology
  • Security Mode: 64/128 bit WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK, WPA/WPA2
  • Distance Range between Router and A01-PAR38 Bulb: 115 feet (near line of sight)
  • Power Supply: 100~230V AC, 50/60Hz
  • Dimensions: 120mm (H) x Φ 60mm (Dia.)
  • Weight: 290g (approx.)

IFA Berlin
The IFA exhibition is from September 5 – 10, 2014 in Berlin. Sengled invites you to come over to the IFA, visit our stand and experience for yourselves the Sengled LED products. Sengled is at the IFA exhibition in Hall 26 and stand number 525-526

About Sengled
Sengled is a leading innovative light manufacturer from China and its Headquarter is based in the greater Shanghai area with local offices in Europe and North America. Our expertise/core business is to customize LED products for customers. Our LED technology brings a wide variety of lighting possibilities to the professional and consumer market across the globe. We offer high quality, energy efficient alternatives to conventional incandescent lamps. Our LED luminaires uncover a new lighting experience and pave the way to a more energy efficient and cost effective world of luminosity. Sengled offers lighting solutions for the 21st century. For us this means innovative products not harming the environment unnecessarily during manufacturing with a long life cycle and an excellent light output and efficiency

For more information, please visit: www.sengled.com

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