The Philips Hue Outdoor Motion Sensor automatically turns on the Philips Hue Smart Lights you want, both outdoor and indoor.The sensor detects variations in infrared radiation in its environment, allowing it to detect human movement and automatically turn on the lights (sensor motion sensitivity can be adjusted in the app). By connecting the motion sensor to your Hue hub via the Philips Hue app, you can choose which of your Philips Hue lights go on, both inside and outside your house. Also choose the scene or light setting that should be triggered. The integrated dusk-to-dawn sensor ensures your lights only switch on when it is actually dark outside helping you to conserve energy. This Philips Hue outdoor sensor is specially designed for use in outdoor environments and has undergone rigorous tests to ensure its performance. Certified by UL, the product will withstand heavy rainfall and other weather conditions. 160 degree horizontal/80 degree verticle view angle with 39 ft x 8 ft detection radius. Optimized for far range and close proximity (antering and leaving home). Able to fix the motion sensor on both a flat wall and corner.The product voltage arrange is 110V.
Requires a Hue Bridge; unlock the full power of Hue from multi-room and out-of-home control to custom automations; secure and stable connection won’t strain your Wi-Fi, sold separately
Automatic light control; outdoor motion sensor turns on the lights when somebody passes by; controls indoor and outdoor Hue lights
Features a large 160-degree detection area
Mounting versatility; mount it on a flat wall, or on the inner or outer corner of a wall or post
Battery-powered design; allows for simple power replenishment
Robust weatherproof outdoor design; specially designed for outdoor use; rigorously tested to surive the elements for a long period of time
We like to highlight the announcement of a new series of SSDs, the Rocket 5. This new range benefits from an M.2 format and a PCIe 5.0 interface. Performance is guaranteed! Here we find SSDs in M.2 2280 format. They also boast capacities of 1TB, 2TB and 4TB. As for the cooling system, this series seems to be offered with and without a cooling system. We can see a heatsink with a fan and two heat pipes. It features a Phison PS5026-E25 controller coupled with 232-layer 3D TLC Micro B58R memory. Finally, an LPDDR4 memory cache will support the SSD to guarantee high data rates. In terms of performance, the brand is announcing maximum sequential speeds of 14 GB/s for reading and 12 GB/s for writing. Maximum random performance is 1.55 million IOPS in read mode, compared with 1.8 million IOPS in write mode. No figures are given for endurance. All that’s left is to talk about prices: $190 for 1TB, $340 for 2TB and $730 for 4TB! Availability remains to be seen, but it’s a safe bet that Amazon will be offering these SSDs, given that the Rocket 4 series is available there.