Today, the Mijia Philips Bluetooth night light was officially launched, priced at 79 yuan ($12). This night light adopts photosensitive sensing technology as well as human body infrared sensing technology. It has a super-angle sensing range of 120°, and the sensing distance is 5-7 meters. It is automatically turned on under dim light conditions to meet the needs of various light environments.
The ‘Step by step’ lineage means that after all the Bluetooth night lights are connected at home, when the first night light on the bed senses people, the other connected night lights will be linked in sequence, and all light up automatically. It’s very practical for old people, breastfeeding mothers or children who start learning to sleep independently.
The Mijia Philips Bluetooth night light has a wealth of intelligent linkage function, built-in light and infrared dual sensors. It works with other Bluetooth gateway-enabled devices, such as Mijia bedside lamp, Xiaomi Xiao Ai smart alarm clock, Mijia ceiling lamp, Xiaomi Mijia smart cameras, etc. So when the night light is on, you can also control other smart devices to turn on at the same time.
This Mijia Philips Bluetooth night light supports preset 4 scenes to customize the home life for users. Through the intelligent setting of Mijia app, the time of custom lighting as well as the brightness can be adjusted. The Mijia Philips Bluetooth night light comes with 3M adhesive lanyard.
This night light can determine whether to illuminate the night light by sensing the brightness of the surrounding environment. In the case of good lighting, the night light goes out.
In terms of design, the Mijia Philips Bluetooth night light adopts the main light source illumination, and the backlight supplements the illumination mode. The package includes a 3M glue and lanyard, which can be attached to any position in the home or hung on the door. The night light is powered by three AA batteries and can provide 10 months of long battery life.