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Stack Announces Pre-Order Availability of Latest Bulb Format, Stack Classic
New A19 Format Features Radio Frequency Sensing Technology to Detect Motion Through Lamp Shades
SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 26, 2016) - Stack Lighting, the technology leader behind the world's first responsive lighting solutions for homes and buildings, today announced at the LIGHTFAIR International 2016 Conference that the Stack Classic is now available for pre-order. The Classic fits a standard A19 bulb profile, the most common format in residential households, and is the second format in Stack's expanding lighting portfolio.
The Stack Classic includes new radio frequency (RF) motion sensing technology, which is a first in a residential bulb of this type. The RF technology allows the bulbs to detect motion from within scones and other traditional lighting fixtures as well as through lampshades. This integrated sensing technology is a result of Stack's innovative approach to embedding sensor technology directly into light bulbs, which enables powerful lighting experiences without forcing the user to touch a switch or smartphone app.
The Classic will also include Stack's other leading sensor technology, which can automatically detect and adjust to meaningful occupancy changes, and available ambient light. The Classic will begin shipping to customers in late Summer 2016 and will be available at a pre-order price of $28 per bulb and $89 per starter kit (each starter kit includes two bulbs and a hub), making it by far the most cost-effective implementation of RF motion technology in a lighting product designed for consumer adoption.
To drive mass market adoption of responsive lighting technologies, the company recently announced its partner program, Stack Enabled, which provides organizations with access to Stack's innovative technology -- including the new active RF sensing technology -- which can be easily embedded inside a broad range of common lighting formats. Stack announced a number of partners, including Lunera, Plumen and Brilia, that are already developing products and applications using Stack's APIs and SDKs, which is a major step forward in the distribution of lighting-oriented IoT operating systems.
For more information about Stack Lighting visit http://stacklighting.com/
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