Smart lights, control the light with your touch

Thanks to the advent of home automation, today it is possible to combine technologies, such as Alexa, with the various devices of the house, for example with the lighting system.

So, let’s talk about lamps without HUB, those lamps that do not need a central server and the wiring to be controlled. Thanks to a system based on home wi-fi, it is possible to link our entire lighting house’s system with our home interface (Alexa, Google Home).

Without the need to have a wired system of sockets, you can take advantage of the new smart light technologies to have lights totally controllable from your smart phone.

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With smart LED lamps, connected to the wi-fi of the house, it will be possible not only to control the switching on or off of the device, but even the light intensity, color or light effects in time with the music.

It is important to note that if you want you can convert the LED lamps of your home into smart LED lamps, thanks to the use of wi-fi lamp holders, which transform a normal bulb into a smart one!

In short the ADVANTAGES? convenience, visual comfort, customizable profiles and finally savings on the electricity bill; LED lights use considerably less energy than incandescent ones and they have a life 5 times longer!

Personal profiles of Light

Through the app, it will be possible to make personal profiles, which with an eye to energy saving, will allow you to enjoy the lighting of the house on another level.

You can create a profile for the study, one to enjoy the TV series or simply a lighting profile that changes the color of the light to bring you towards bedtime. The yellow light helps to relax the eyes in the evening hours and improve sleep at night.

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Most importantly, various studies prove that the blue light deriving from the screens of computers, cell phones and television, creates a series of actions within our body which lead to a breakdown of melatonin with all the consequences that derive from it: difficulty falling asleep, disturbed sleep, chronic ocular fatigue and can aggravate insomnia in those who are already affected.

In addition to adding filters for this light, it will also be possible to create a warm light profile, with yellow-orange hues that help relax the eyes and encourage falling asleep.

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