Leader in energy-efficient lighting demos Connected by TCP® & ColorSpree™ smart lighting systems
LAS VEGAS, Jan. 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Technical Consumer Products, Inc. (TCP), a leader in energy-efficient lighting, will be demonstrating today the TCP LED smart home lighting systems, Connected by TCP and ColorSpree at ShowStoppers CES 2015. These two smart lighting technologies allow consumers to easily make the transition to home automation.
"With the combined power of Connected by TCP or ColorSpree and any smart device, owners can now enjoy the benefits of LED technology while having control in the palm of their hands," said Ellis Yan, CEO of TCP. "As technology continues to advance, we believe that lighting should get smarter too. We are excited for the opportunity to show the new ColorSpree system as well as the enhancements to our Connected product line to the members of the press at this year's show."
TCP's ColorSpree bulbs include A-lamp LED bulbs that can transform to any color in the RGB spectrum. ColorSpree technology incorporates color-changing LED bulbs that are programmable to music, syncing with the rhythm of any song, and consumers can use their Bluetooth connection to adjust the color temperature or dim these lamps.
The Connected by TCP lamp selection includes PAR38s, BR30s, downlight retrofit kits and general purpose A-lamp LEDs. TCP will also feature items in the Connected by TCP product line including a new smart plug.
For more information, please visit TCP's website, www.tcpi.com.
Founded in 1993 with its North America headquarters in Aurora, Ohio, Technical Consumer Products, Inc., a subsidiary of TCP International Holdings, Ltd. (NYSE: TCPI), is a leader in energy efficient lighting innovations. TCP's extensive product offerings include LED lamps and fixtures, compact fluorescent lamps, energy efficient halogen lamps, exit and emergency lighting, decorative and outdoor fixtures, ballasts and fixtures, and linear lamps. TCP was named a 2014 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.