Control & Automation

Tunable White Lighting Enters Smart-Home Market at CEDIA 2017

Demonstrated by Legrand, Ketra, Smartika and others at CEDIA 2017, tunable white lighting can be used to regulate circadian rhythms, enhance moods and improve sleep.

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Posted by kipoca on September 15, 2017

Ketra was the most impressive demo of the entire show, IMO.

Posted by Julie Jacobson on September 15, 2017

Did you see other tunable lighting? Curious why Ketra stands out.

Posted by kipoca on September 15, 2017

The Ketra lighting stood out because of the circadian mode changing the temperature to be natural along with the sun’s movement. And the ability to tune it to pop colors without changing the color temperature was really impressive. I can see this product opening doors in restaurants and galleries, which we have a lot of in our market. The ability to just replace existing bulbs was a plus. It just seemed like a really well thought out and executed product. We’re going to get an up close look at it soon to really try it out.

Posted by Julie Jacobson on September 15, 2017

Thanks for the feedback, Kipoca. Please keep us posted!

Posted by wingsio on September 20, 2017

The ability to just replace existing bulbs was a plus. It just seemed like a really well thought out and executed product. We’re going to get an up close look at it soon to really try it out.
abcya

Posted by Steve Hoge on September 21, 2017

No one yet doing tunable lighting control over Z-Wave?

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Posted by Steve Hoge on September 21, 2017

No one yet doing tunable lighting control over Z-Wave?

Posted by wingsio on September 20, 2017

The ability to just replace existing bulbs was a plus. It just seemed like a really well thought out and executed product. We’re going to get an up close look at it soon to really try it out.
abcya

Posted by Julie Jacobson on September 15, 2017

Thanks for the feedback, Kipoca. Please keep us posted!

Posted by kipoca on September 15, 2017

The Ketra lighting stood out because of the circadian mode changing the temperature to be natural along with the sun’s movement. And the ability to tune it to pop colors without changing the color temperature was really impressive. I can see this product opening doors in restaurants and galleries, which we have a lot of in our market. The ability to just replace existing bulbs was a plus. It just seemed like a really well thought out and executed product. We’re going to get an up close look at it soon to really try it out.

Posted by Julie Jacobson on September 15, 2017

Did you see other tunable lighting? Curious why Ketra stands out.

Posted by kipoca on September 15, 2017

Ketra was the most impressive demo of the entire show, IMO.