Gallery: Remote-Controlled LED Light Bulbs Offer 7 Shades of White

 

Energy-efficient LED light bulbs may be more expensive than CFL’s, but Sharp‘s new DL-L60AV LED could be worth the high cost. The tricked-out bulb comes with a remote control that features a dimming function as well as the ability to select seven different shades of white… so your guests can never complain that they don’t like the ambiance.

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  1. solidapollo May 24, 2011 at 12:35 pm

    Regarding the Color Changing lightbulb the white color is done through RGB, which is not a real White per se. This lightbulb works on a dynamic white system which is totally different than the RGB version…

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  3. Elemental LED staff November 19, 2009 at 7:22 pm

    Remote control LED bulbs also come in a full-color version, so you can have white and 15 other colors, as well as adjust the brightness and the color-changing mode. They’re available in the U.S. and the remote control is even in English!

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