Philips Hue Outside records and small new wall-mounted lights join the existing outdoor lighting range consisting of outside bulbs, light strips, and lamps. Philips broadcast a new line of Hue Outside lighting products at CES 2018, and at CES 2019, Philips is making a few new extra to it. The Hue Outside sensor is a weather-resistant, battery-powered, and wireless which can be placed anywhere outside the house without needing a power socket or extra cable.
It has an observation radius of 12 meters and if configured traveling through the Hue app can turn on the indoor or outdoor lights automatically if the sensor detects motion. The Hue Outdoor sensor also has a dusk-to-dawn sensor which makes sure that the sensor is just operating the lights when it’s dark. Philips will be charging $49.95 (roughly Rs. 3,500) for this sensor and will begin shipping it in February in the US.
Also, the outdoor lighting range includes the Philips Hue Greeting Flood Light, Locate Flood Light, and Economic family. The Welcome Flood Light has white light and will retail for $109.99 (violently Rs. 7,600). The Find Flood Light has white as well as colored ambiance light and will retail for $139.99 (violently Rs. 9,700) while the Economic family starts at $129.99 (violently Rs. 9,000). This light installation will also begin shipping in February in the US.
Furthermore, to the new outside products, Philips Hue is included obtaining new Google Assistant features. By providing voice instruct to the Google Assistant, Hue users will be expert to activate wake light and sleep effects in the morning and evenings. Users will now be able to put their Hue lights to slow turn on before the alarm goes off and at night, they can put their views to fade out after a specific time. This Google Assistant review is likely to launch in March.