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02/22/2022

GE Lighting smartens up the smart home

GE’s Cync connected products line adds smart thermostat, outdoor lighting.
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GE Lighting smart thermostat
GE Lighting Smart Thermostat.

GE Lighting, a Savant company, has introduced a Smart Thermostat and Temperature Sensor, a line of Outdoor Security Cameras, and additional lighting products to its Cync family of connected products.

“The ‘smartest’ smart home consists of a network of reliable products that work together seamlessly and are easy to install and use, for the ultimate in convenience, comfort and security,” said Paul Williams, vice president of experiences at GE Lighting.

All new Cync devices work together via the Cync app, powered by Savant to automate temperature inside the home, as well as security and lighting inside and out, said the company.

“Our new products give consumers the ability to bolster their Cync smart home with new whole home capabilities that are hubless and can all be controlled by a single app or voice,” said Williams.

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The smart thermostat can be installed without a common wire, making it compatible in nearly every home. Its large, sleek, and high-contrast display makes on-site control easier than ever, and like all Cync products, no hub is required for ‘away from home’ control using the Cync app.

The all-new room temperature sensors work with the smart thermostat to monitor individual rooms or the entire home and optimize the comfort accordingly.

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GE Lighting outdoor camera
GE Lighting Outdoor Smart Camera.

On the heels of its first indoor camera launch, said the firm, Cync is launching outdoor camera options that keep families safe, the home secure and provide peace of mind around-the-clock.

The Cync Outdoor Smart Camera, in both wired and battery/solar powered options, lets users choose the setup that’s optimal for their smart home, and has 2K/1280P HD video and night vision, and a digital swivel head.

Headquartered at historic NELA Park in East Cleveland, Ohio, GE Lighting’s roots date back nearly 130 years, said the company, to Thomas Edison and the invention of the world’s first light bulb.

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