Leedarson Dimmable Bulb Gets First-Ever Zigbee 3.0 Certification

TUV Rheinland reports that on September 5, 2017, it issued the first-ever Zigbee 3.0 certification for the Leedarson LED Dimmable Bulb. Back in 2016, Leedarson signed a strategic agreement with TUV Rheinland to collaborate on developing conventional LED lighting and IoT products. The completion of the project of developing a Zigbee 3.0 certified dimmable LED bulb is just the latest smart lighting development from the collaboration of the two companies.

According to Leedarson, its new LED Dimmable Bulb is the first LED light to pass Zigbee 3.0 certification since it became mandatory. The company’s dimmable LED also supports Green Power Proxy Basic (GPPB) as required by the Zigbee 3.0 Standard. The compatibility with the Green Power Proxy Basic standard is part of Zigbee 3.0 certification, and it allows the LED bulbs to work with energy harvesting switches.

Zigbee 3.0 Dimmable LED Bulb boasts 84 Percent Greater Efficiency than Incandescent Bulbs

The product boasts up to 84% more efficiency than conventional incandescent light bulbs, and features a service life of up to 25,000 hours. Leedarson says that the new bulb offers a smart choice for energy-efficient homes and delivers a high-quality lighting experience.

With the Zigbee 3.0 certified Leedarson LED Dimmable Bulb, the company says that consumers can now easily set up timers or programs that offer remote control over lighting.

TUV Rheinland, which is a member of Zigbee China, serves as a provider for the Zigbee Alliance and an authorized Zigbee product certification testing service developer. Since 2005, TUV Rheinland’s Zigbee labs, have offered IEEE 802.15.4 compliance testing, Zigbee compliance platform testing, and Zigbee trademark certification testing. Also, in the Greater China region, TUV Rheinland is the only lab capable of providing GPPB testing.

In the future, TUV Rheinland will still partner with the Leedarson Group to continue to support the development of the smart lighting and smart home eco-sphere. The companies also plan in-depth collaboration in chemical testing, cyber-security, and other fields.