GE Lighting Joins Forces With SmartThings to Advance Smart Home Lighting

examples of GE Lighting Cync in undercabinet applications

Cleveland-based GE Lighting, a Savant company, has joined forces with SmartThings, Samsung’s global connected living platform, to enhance home experiences by expanding connected smart lighting options for consumers. Now compatible with Matter, Cync® reveal® undercabinet fixtures work with SmartThings to help revolutionize the connected kitchen experience creating customizable lighting that integrates seamlessly into users’ lifestyles.

“Through this partnership, we’re able to further enhance the kitchen experience for SmartThings users, seamlessly illuminating homes like never before,” said Mark Benson, head of SmartThings US. “Creating the most user-friendly connected home experience is the goal behind each of our partnerships, and we look forward to the rollout of additional SmartThings-compatible products, offering consumers even more options to enhance their living spaces.”

Cync reveal HD+ Full Color Undercabinet Fixtures are reportedly the first and only full-color, edge-lit smart undercabinet lights in North America that deliver exceptional clarity, millions of color options, and smart control in a sleek, easy-to-install design. The slim profile and edge-lit construction provide diffused, vibrant colors and pure, clean light that enhances any countertop.

Unlike traditional lighting strips, these versatile fixtures can be hardwired or plugged directly into the wall, providing flexible installation options. Users can customize their lighting experience with a full range of whites and colors and connect up to 10 fixtures. With SmartThings integration, it’s easy to set schedules, control lights remotely, and create lighting scenes for cooking or entertaining.

“Cync reveal undercabinet fixtures combine bright, low-glare light with the convenience of smart home features. The integration with SmartThings unlocks more capabilities that help make kitchens more productive and personalized,” said Kara Perdue, VP/Product Management at GE Lighting.

In addition to Cync reveal undercabinet fixtures, more SmartThings-compatible Cync smart home products are on the horizon, including smart plugs, bulbs, and light strips.

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