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Connected by TCP® now Integrated with Wink™

Automated home lighting system can now be controlled anywhere with the Wink app

AURORA, Ohio, Aug. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Technical Consumer Products, Inc. (TCP), a leader in energy efficient lighting innovations, has integrated its automated home lighting system, Connected by TCP, with Wink, a software platform that allows consumers to control and manage connected home products from multiple brands in a single app. With the integration, users can control their home lighting systems along with other Wink compatible products from any location.

Connected by TCP now includes Wink technology built right into the Connected by TCP system, with no other accessories required. Within the Wink app, Connected by TCP can be controlled from anywhere and allows users to manage their lighting along with other smart home products.  

"Turning the lights on and off in the house is a major part of our day-to-day routine, and with Connected by TCP users can easily control and customize their lighting in the palm of their hand," said Dave Geraci, Connected by TCP product manager. "As the smart home landscape continues to expand and improve, we look forward to working with Wink in order to provide consumers with added convenience and security."

Connected by TCP utilizes LED technology, operates on a Wi-Fi network and can be controlled by any iOS or Android-enabled device, allowing instant control of any home or business lighting system. By linking to a home's existing Wi-Fi network, users can easily program a LED lighting system to turn on and off while arriving at or leaving the house, or dim bulbs to create a desired ambience. Connected by TCP, powered by Greenwave System's award-winning cloud-based Home2Cloud platform, also enables users to create a Smart Control routine using free app software that will automate the bulbs to personalized settings that manage their lighting throughout the day. The smart routine can be programmed for any time period and used while home and away.

Connected by TCP is available through the Home Depot online store HomeDepot.com. For more information about TCP and its LED lighting solutions, please visit: TCPi.com.

About TCP:
Founded in 1993 with its North America headquarters in Aurora, Ohio, Technical Consumer Products, Inc. is a leader in energy efficient lighting innovations. TCP's extensive product offerings include: LED lamps and fixtures, compact fluorescent lamps, energy efficient halogen lamps, exit and emergency lighting, decorative and outdoor fixtures, ballasts and fixtures, and linear lamps. TCP was named a 2014 ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

About Wink
Wink is the quick and simple way to connect you and the products you rely on in the home. Wink allows you to confidently interact with and operate many different products – all from an Apple or Android mobile device. Through retail partnerships with The Home Depot and Amazon.com, as well as partnerships with every day household brands, Wink extends the comfort you have with your home products to the smart technology that runs them.

About Greenwave Systems
Greenwave Systems is a global Internet of Things (IoT) software and services company whose Greenwave360 degrees scalable software platform solution enables category-leading brands to profitably deploy managed services. The company's mission is to drive mass adoption of IoT by enabling leading brands to use technology in ways that foster deeper customer relationships. Learn more about Greenwave at www.greenwavesystems.com or follow us on Twitter at @GreenwaveSys.

Contact:
Taylor Harruff
317-806-1900 x108
[email protected] 

SOURCE Technical Consumer Products, Inc.

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