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New outdoor switch from Senic can now be purchased Friends of Hue for outside

Friends of Hue for outside

A few days ago I was able to give you the first information, now it is official. Senic, a small Berlin start-up, is now also offering a Friends of Hue counter for outdoor use. It is the first of its kind. The “Friends of Hue Outdoor Switch” has the same technology as the already known Friends of Hue switches.

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Senic is working on a new product for the outdoor area Is a weatherproof Friends of Hue switch coming?

Is a weatherproof Friends of Hue switch coming?

In recent years, the Berlin-based manufacturer Senic has already made a name for itself in the Hue world. Thanks to the cooperation with Gira, a truly outstanding Friends of Hue switch has been launched on the market. Now Senic seems to be about to launch a new product. As I have learned from my sources, Senic is working on a new product for outdoor use.

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Innr OPL 130C: New pedestal lights for outdoor use announced Starter set with three lights for 150 Euro

Starter set with three lights for 150 Euro

There is news from Innr. In a few weeks a third outdoor product will be launched on the market, after having already launched an outdoor light strip and small garden spots a few months ago. The new product is called Innr OPL 130C, which is a pedestal light. It is sold together with a matching power supply as a starter set.

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Philips Hue Nyro: Impressions of wall and pedestal luminaires for outdoor use How do you like the edgy design?

How do you like the edgy design?

Remember the CES in January? That was when Philips Hue introduced some new outdoor products that I’ve already presented to you in detail in the following weeks. For example the Attract, Daylo or also the Resonate. But I haven’t discussed a new release in more detail yet: The Philips Hue Nyro.

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Tint Flores: First impression of the new outdoor spots from Müller-Licht Direct comparison with the Innr Outdoor Spot

Direct comparison with the Innr Outdoor Spot

You may have already bought the Tint Flores outdoor spots from Aldi at the beginning of the month, at least if you are living in Germany. In the meantime I have received my test sample from the manufacturer and I can also tell you that the online distribution is on its way.

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Philips Hue Lily: Condensation makes the lamp unusable Are you having problems too?

Are you having problems too?

Earlier this year, we asked you if you had problems with condensation on the Hue Calla outdoor pedestal lamp. And some users have contacted us complaining about exactly the same thing. Some lamps even failed completely. And the Hue Lily seems to have the same problem. Hueblog reader Klaus writes to us: One of my 2 Hue Lily Garden-Spots fell out yesterday.

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The new 100 Watt outdoor power supply: How many lamps are possible? Comparison with the basic 40 Watt power supply

Comparison with the basic 40 Watt power supply

For more than two years now, Philips Hue has been offering its low voltage system for outdoor use. Starting with Lily and Calla, there is now a whole range of products that can be connected together. The Philips Hue Outdoor LightStrip or the brighter Lily XL are very popular, too. Up to now there was only one outdoor power supply with a maximum output of 40 watts, at least that is what Philips Hue says.

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Paulmann Plug & Shine: Now with Hue-compatible outdoor lights Unfortunately only usable with own cables

Unfortunately only usable with own cables

A while ago I already introduced the Plug & Shine system from Paulmann to you. Up to now you could only integrate it into the Hue ecosystem with a ZigBee controller, in practice this meant: All outdoor lights connected behind the controller were displayed as one lamp in the Hue app.

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