The voice commands will work with Google Assistant on Google Home and with eligible Android phones and iPhones equipped with the Google Assistant app. Commands include turn on/off, change brightness or change color temperature (from soft white 2.700K to daylight 6,500K).
Element’s smart lighting system includes such features as energy tracking, customizable scheduling and color temperature tuning of up to 65 bulbs. Consumers can control bulbs individually or as groups via the app. Sengled claimed the bulbs use 80 percent less energy than traditional incandescent bulbs, with an average expectancy of 20 years.
“Element working with the Google Assistant helps to automate your lights so you can focus on your life,” said Alex Ruan, Sengled North America general manager, “We’re honored to continue our relationship with Google to further advance the smart home, making the lighting experience more convenient and accessible by eliminating remotes and devices, and focusing on ease of voice for everyday tasks.”