(PRWEB UK) 18 May 2013
Photonstar LED group has received a grant from the Department for Energy and Climate Change (DECC) to develop a wireless smart lamp for the UK consumer market, reports Lighting.
The energy entrepreneurs fund totalling £372,269 will be used to develop the wireless ChromaWhite cicardian retrofit LED lamp as part of a £16 million funding pot to bring low carbon products to the market.
The lamp will use for the first time, wireless colour tuning and will be wireless programmed via a smart device such as an ipad to enable the user to change the lamp’s colour temperature from 2200K to 6500K. This could even be adjusted to stimulate arcadian rhythm in the same way daylight would.
As suppliers of many different lighting products, Lights 4 Living is continuing to monitor the latest developments in lighting technology.
A spokesperson from Lights 4 Living said:
“We’ve already seen wireless technology begin to be developed for home lighting and main lighting ports but it will be interesting to see how this transfers to a lamp. Using this technology in a lamp will enable it to become much more portable and could provide many uses. It will be interesting to see how wireless technology is integrated into lighting over the next few years.”
Lights 4 Living are a leading lighting company based in Bath that stock a wide and ever-growing range of home lighting. With over thirty-five years in the lighting industry, Lights 4 Living have a great relationship with many lighting manufacturers so can offer unbeatable competitive prices on ceiling lights, picture lights, wall lights and more.