CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wireless Environment, makers of Mr Beams lights, will debut its new line of wireless lights at commercial lighting tradeshow LIGHTFAIR International in Philadelphia on May 9-11.
The Mr Beams Connected line builds on Mr Beams’ signature features, including high-quality LEDs, motion activation and battery power for wireless installation anywhere, with smart home technology that allows the lights to be programmed, controlled and customized through an interactive app.
“Our loyal Mr Beams customers asked for ways to program and adjust the Mr Beams lights,” says Wireless Environment CEO David Levine. “They also asked for more connectivity based on the wildly successful Mr Beams NetBright product line. We’re excited that Mr Beams Connected will be our first product that connects to the ‘Internet of things’ and the additional control, safety and security this will provide our consumers at a very reasonable price.”
With Mr Beams Connected, users can add a layer of security to the outside of their home by creating lighting groups, adjusting brightness settings, receiving alerts when the lights are activated and accessing their data logs to detect patterns and increase home safety.
“We’ve always had a vision where we integrate more of our patented technology into our wireless lighting products,” says Wireless Environment CTO Mike Recker. “Mr Beams Connected delivers on our promise when we started the company of providing intelligent off grid lighting that truly meets customers’ needs.”
Mr Beams Connected will launch with an outdoor security spotlight, place anywhere step/deck light, traditional landscape light and stand-alone motion sensor that can all be controlled through an easy-to-set-up hub. Visit the Wireless Environment booth (#5111) at LIGHTFAIR International to learn more.
About Wireless Environment: In their quest to develop a convenient, affordable, wireless closet light, Wireless Environment founders David Levine and Mike Recker quickly established a vision that took lighting completely off grid using battery-powered lights. Ten years, 34 issued patents, three years on the Inc. 5000 list and two Crain’s Business 52 Fastest-Growing Companies awards later, the Ohio-based company has become a leader in lighting technology that provides light without relying on electrical power.