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GE Lighting Enters Smart Home Entertainment Space

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Cync 400x275October 21, 2022

Cleveland-based GE Lighting, a Savant company, is introducing an assortment of smart home products with entertainment-backed features. The Dynamic Effects line is an expansion of GE’s Cync™ smart home ecosystem portfolio. Cync Dynamic Effects Light Strips are the first to debut, with additional products slated for introduction in spring of 2023.

Released in time for the holidays, when home entertaining and festive decorating are popular, Cync’s Dynamic Effect Lights Strips feature millions of color options and white tones, gradient effects. and pre-set light shows. Through the Cync app, users can create original multi-color light shows and will eventually be able to mix color segments for additional lighting customization starting early next year. Cync Dynamic Effects Light Strips are equipped with on-device music syncing and are available in both an indoor and outdoor option.

Featuring an IP65 wet rating, the Cync Dynamic Effects Outdoor Light Strips are durably designed to withstand the rigors of weather and other demanding outdoor conditions. The Cync power supply can be exposed to outdoor elements without fear of damage or loss of power.

The Cync Dynamic Effects Outdoor Light Strips are available in two lengths: 16 and 32 feet. The 16-foot strip can be extended up to 32 feet and the 32-foot strip can be extended up to 64 feet. The strips can be controlled without a hub via the Cync app (powered by Savant) or can be paired with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa for hands-free voice control.

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