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Philips introduces its first outdoor Hue lights

A new light bulb, the Philips Hue White PAR38, priced at $29.99, is also wet-rated, meaning it can handle rain and snow. The Philips Hue white range offers a number of products matching the decor of your house.

All of the new products will be available in time for summer barbecue season, and each will sync with your existing Hue Bridge via Zigbee.

"Our customers are always looking for new ways to extend their smart lighting system and the new Philips Hue outdoor range takes it a huge step further", said Sridhar Kumaraswamy, Business Leader Home Systems & Luminaires at Philips Lighting.

Philips Hue Calla a bollard created to be fitted in paths or driveways.

Among the new range is a spotlight called Lily meant to "highlight the key design features in your garden, illuminating lovely flower beds, or potted plants". Philips isn't going into detail today, but further products named Lucca, Tuar, Turaco and Ludere will be unveiled at an event on March 19.

The luminaires attach to the side of your house, usually mounted near a door, and are meant to act as a replacement for the traditional motion-activated welcome/security light.

The company is also pitching these lights as a security aid, while also making it easier to welcome people to your home.

The Lily spotlights will start at $279.99/€299 for a three pack, while the Calla pathway lighting is $129.99/€139.99.

The Philips Hue Calla path lights offer full color control. These new lights will work with Assistant too.

Enlarge Image The Philips Hue Lily spotlight one of several new options for smart outdoor lighting coming this summer.                  Philips

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