Together with our colleagues from Senic we already explained how to use a fifth and sixth button on a Friends of Hue switch in a video two weeks ago. Today, there is another video guide – and again the focus is set on Senic's Friends of Hue switch and the iConnectHue app.
Only this morning, we reported about the Friends of Hue switches, this time focussing on the model of Senic and Gira. But no matter which manufacturer is involved, all switches have one thing in common so far: they work without batteries and generate the required energy with a relatively loud click.
Together with our colleagues from Senic, we want to provide you with some beginners’ videos in the coming weeks. We'll start with a little guide around the Friends of Hue switch, which we all know well already.
Remember the Versteckdose? The innovative Friends of Hue switch offers much more than the competition. After all, it replaces a classic light switch with a socket. The Friends of Hue switch can be slid over the socket on the frame so you only see it when you need it.
A few weeks ago, Senic and Gira launched their Friends of Hue switch in one colour: pure white glossy, an alternative to the matt models available. This week, a variant in anthracite has been added. All four switches have one thing in common: they are not only supplied with a double rocker, but also with a single rocker – no other manufacturer offers this.
Something’s going on in the Hue world: last week alone numerous new products have been launched. By no means that is all that awaits us this year. But not only Signify is busy, other manufacturers are as well: Berlin-based start-up Senic has teamed up with Gira to create its own Friends of Hue switch.