Anyone looking to upgrade their Christmas tree lights or would like to control as many LED strips as they want all controlled from a convenient smartphone application, may be interested in MESHLE flex. A new Bluetooth LED controller which takes the form of a small adapter and smartphone application that can be easily installed and uses Bluetooth Mesh technology making your LED strips even smarter and no PC is required.
Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the MESHLE flex LED smartphone controller application and the easily installed adapter both of which have been launched via Kickstarter this week with the aim of raising €20,000 to make the jump into production. The creators of MESHLE flex explain more about its inspiration and integrated technology.
Each MESHLE flex controller has an integrated Bluetooth Low Energy chip. LED strip that is connected to a MESHLE flex controller can be controlled directly with your smartphone via Bluetooth. Multiple MESHLE flex controllers build a Bluetooth mesh network which allows you to control multiple LED strips individually or in a group. Due to its structure, Bluetooth mesh networks are very reliable and failsafe. All connections are securely encrypted and safe from any unauthorized access.
Currently, you can connect up to 127 controllers into one Bluetooth (mesh) network. Control as many LED strips as you want at the same time with your smartphone. No extra hardware is required. Enjoy smart lighting with a user-friendly app by simply connecting MESHLE flex to any standard RGB LED strip. Adding additional devices to the system will automatically expand the radio range of the entire network. A command from your smartphone is passed along from one controller to another.
Jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign below where the LED controller is available to back.
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