Deep Dive Teardown of the Nanoleaf Essentials Matter Smart Bulb NL67E100 Smart Bulb
The Nanoleaf Essentials Matter Smart Bulb has the capability of 16 million colors and tunable white tone adjust with a dedicated App. The user can manage the light temperature, for example eliminating blue light at night. Compared to the Philips Hue A19, it has a different power converter non-Isolated AC/DC step-down regulator with MOSFET instead isolated buck-boost converter. Philips has Microchip SoC instead of Silicon Labs. Philips bulbs don’t have regulation of light temperature fixed at 2700 K, Nanoleaf has a range of 2700-6500K and RGBCW LEDs.
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