Las Vegas, NV – January 4, 2016 – CES 2016 – LVCC South Z-Wave Alliance Booth #21000 – BeON Home, creator of the first Bluetooth Smart home protection system that provides preventative security, safety and emergency lighting, makes its CES debut and today introduces Android™ compatibility, expanded retail availability and international shipping.
The BeON home protection system provides safety lighting every day, emergency lighting during power outages or smoke alarms and preventative home security that makes it look like you’re home, even when you’re not. Home protection and safety lighting usually comes with a price tag reserved for expensive, professionally-installed lighting systems. BeON has made security and safety lighting simple, accessible and affordable for anyone. BeON Home is now pleased to introduce expanded availability and compatibility to bring the benefits of security and safety lighting to even more users’ homes.
“We sold out our initial inventory in the 75 short days since we began shipping,” said Alexei Erchak, CEO of BeON Home. “Customers clearly want security and safety lighting in their home but without the hassle or expense of a professional lighting install. BeON meets that desire and adds unique features that are unavailable in any other system, all while making the entire experience as simple as screwing in a light bulb. We’ve now tripled our initial inventory and based on direct feedback from our customers, we’ve prioritized making our product available to more people who demand simple and accessible security and safety lighting.”
BeON Home App for Android Users
With today’s Android app release, Android users will be able to experience full functionality of the BeON system previously only available to iOS users. Android users can download the BeON Home app today on Google Play.
Expanded Retail Availability
Today BeON has announced that Amazon.com is the first external retailer to offer the home protection system.
Previously only available to consumers in the United States and Canada, BeON Home is proud to announce its system is rolling out international purchase availability throughout Q1 2016 with the launch of product for purchase in 33 countries including; Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and United Kingdom.
At CES 2016, BeON Home will demonstrate how the BeON smart modules, hidden inside energy-efficient LED bulbs, automatically learn your family’s everyday lighting patterns and then replay them while you’re away to make it look like you’re home. If a would-be intruder checks to see if you’re home by ringing the doorbell, the BeON smart modules hear the doorbell and turn lights on sequentially as if you are awakening and moving throughout the house.
The smart modules contain a backup battery that recharges every time you use your lights. The bulbs also form a wireless mesh network via Bluetooth Smart and communicate with each other to assure that doorbells and smoke alarms can be reliably detected throughout the house.
Visit BeON Home at CES Tech East, LVCC, South Hall Z-Wave Alliance Booth #21000, for demonstrations of the BeON home protection system for iOS and Android.
The BeON Home Protection System is now available at www.beonhome.com and www.amazon.com for the introductory price of $199.00 and through select security dealers. The BeON system comes with three smart modules and three LED light bulbs as well as the free mobile app. Additional BeON bulbs and modules are available for $75.00 each and can be easily added to the system for larger homes and more protection.
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