“Alexa, turn on the lights,” you scream so conveniently as you enter the house. Have you ever stopped for a second and thought how exactly is the light being turned on without actually manually switching on the lights?
That's the magic of Smart LED lights, or rather the science behind smart lights. Out of all the home automation systems, Smart lights are one of the most convenient changes you can make to your home. You don’t need a separate space to install the smart LED light, you can just unscrew a traditional bulb and replace it with the Smart one.
Working And Features Of Smart LED Lights
With a Smart light, you obviously do not necessarily have to manually switch the light on, though it is an option. They generally use mesh networking, which means that it wirelessly connects to the nearest option there is. All of it is connected to your home Wifi router and that is how the rest of your devices can control the lights.
With the help of a virtual assistant (Amazon Alexa, Google Home, etc) or an app installed in your smartphone, tablet, or other devices, you can easily control the working of the light. However, some Smart lights also let you control the light even when you are away from home. This way, you do not have to turn back home just to make sure that the lights are off.
According to the model of the Smart light, you may also be able to control the illumination. There are Smart lights that give you the option of keeping them dim, well light, and even change colours. You also get to control the lights in your home even when you are away from home or time the lights to be switched on at a particular time.
They also come with more benefits like energy saving. If your Smart lights are LED, then they are energy-efficient. The option of keeping them dimly lit also saves electricity.
Though it is more expensive than the traditional kind, the convenience it adds to life is something you cannot put a price on. Check out the range of LED lights we have over at Nordusk and transform your home into a contemporary one all the while impressing guests.