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A growing WeMo family

Belkin's WeMo family of sensors and switches are a popular smart-home entry point, and this year at CES 2015, the family is getting bigger, with four brand-new sensors. There's also a host of new smart lights you'll be able to incorporate into the system thanks to two new partnerships. Click through to see your new options.

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First off, the WeMo LED

To start with, there's the WeMo LED, announced at last year's CES and available now.

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Needs the WeMo Link

The WeMo LEDs rely on the WeMo Link plug-in hub to translate their Zigbee signal into Wi-Fi for your home router. The new partner bulbs all use Zigbee, too, and will also require the WeMo Link.

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Osram Sylvania Lightify LEDs

The first partner is Osram Sylvania, with a new line of "Lightify" smart LEDs that'll work with WeMo. This version is "color tunable," meaning you can dial the color temperature up and down.

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BR30 size

There's also a BR30 floodlight version you can use.

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GardenSpot outdoor LEDs

Osram's "GardenSpot" outdoor lights will work with WeMo, too.

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Osram Lightify Flex LEDs

These color-changing "Flex" lightstrips will work, too.

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TCP can lighting

The other partner is TCP, which already produces a line of smart LEDs. Those won't work with WeMo, but a new line of TCP Zigbee LEDs, like this retrofit can lighting setup, will.

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Daylight LED

There are also standard-size TCP LEDs that'll work with WeMo.

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TCP BR30 LED

For flood lighting, you can go with a TCP BR30 LED...

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TCP PAR38 LED

...or this PAR38-shaped model.

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Family portait

Here they are all together. The variety of shapes and designs is intended to cover whatever lighting need you can think of, which seems like a bright move for Belkin.

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