Tuesday, March 28, 2017

IoT Smart Lamps: Sengeled Solo the Bluetooth Controlled Smart bulb for smart homes

The Sengeled Pulse Solo is a 2-in-1 smart bulb and stereo speaker featuring JBL speakers. This is the world’s first LED light with dual speakers in one bulb. It offers you all the convenience of a smart light, along with an always on Bluetooth speaker. But can it deliver on everything it promises? The bulb itself uses the traditional E26 fixture however, it is much larger and heavier than traditional bulbs. If you’re planning on packing all of this into a light bulb, then it’s pretty reasonable to expect it to be larger and heavier. Be sure to check it will fit in your lamp before buying, and that being top heavy won’t cause your lamp to tip over. The Pulse Solo is a smart bulb that combines the energy efficiency of a dimmable LED light with a high-quality JBL speaker system. Control the light and sound using almost any Bluetooth-enabled device, including your iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone or tablet. Experience the crystal clear highs and the rich stereo sound of the JBL system combined with warm, dimmable lighting. And the best thing is, you do not need any additional speaker wires or power cords. Existing lighting fixtures offer you the simplest installation options and simultaneously serve as a power source for Pulse Solo. Now nothing can stand in the way of you enjoying your music. Basic iOS and Android apps offer seamless control of both light and sound while listening to your favourite music or media. Pulse Solo: The world's first combination of LED light and multi channel stereo speakers in one bulb. Child's play to install: No speaker wires, no additional power cords or remote controls, no fuss. Simply use your smartphone or your tablet to stream your favourite music. Enjoy light and sound in a completely new combination. This LED light bulb allows you to save energy and simultaneously indulge in a rich sound quality, thanks to the integrated JBL stereo speakers. Our intuitive iOS and Android apps offer seamless control of both light and sound while listening to your favourite music or media. Customise your light and music to suit your needs and current mood. If you’ve ever changed a light bulb before then you’ll have no issues installing the Sengeled Pulse Solo.
Do not install it on a dimmer switch or circuit, but besides that, it’s as easy as can be. The only issue you might run into is if it will fit due to its size as I pointed out above. After installing the bulb the light will come on right away and you can pair it immediately to your phone using Bluetooth. From there you can start hearing music from Google Play Music, YouTube, Spotify, Pandora, and more. If you can play it on your phone you can hear it through the speaker. Controlling the light takes a separate app that you must download for your Android or iOS device. From here you simply choose which product you want to control, in our case the Pulse Solo and you’re ready to go. You can control the brightness of the bulb, turn it on or off, and control the volume of the speaker. The volume can also be controlled using the volume rocker on your phone. This bulb does offer wireless control with an app, it is not compatible with Amazon Echo or Google Home. You will be restricted to using the app alone to control it. The light itself is a pleasing warm yellow colour and is energy efficient using up to 9.5W of power, or up to 12.5W when the speaker is in use. It is equivalent to a 40W incandescent bulb, and you are able to dim the light to your chosen level. The bulb cannot change colour in any way if that’s something that’s important to you.
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