Users are able to create a smart home hub using e-conolight Smart Home products by Cree Lighting® CONNECTED MAX® that can connect to Wi-Fi networks and intuitively help your home’s technology run efficiently and in tandem with other smart devices. Smart home technology allows users to wirelessly pair smart home devices like smart Wi-Fi doorbell cameras that offer both convenience and safety. Smart technology can be adjusted to users’ daily sleep and wake schedules as well as what time they are typically home or away, allowing for full smart home control. With the right smart home products in place, users can enjoy more peace and relaxation.
Smart home lighting solutions are made with LED light bulbs that have a special software chip that connects to your smart home devices. With the help of smart switches, you can also connect your LED smart bulbs to your phone for convenient lighting control.
Smart home technology allows homeowners to remotely manage their internet-connected devices. These automated devices can include devices such as smart lighting solutions, temperature control, and smart Wi-Fi doorbell cameras.
Enjoying the convenience of adding lighting to your smart home hub is easy and takes just a few simple steps:
Choose your smart home control assistant. First thing you’ll want to do is to choose your smart home control assistant, also known as a smart home hub. There are a few great options including the Amazon Echo , Google Home.
Switch to smart lightbulbs. A great first step to start adding smart lighting solutions to your home is to use a smart light bulb with an existing fixture. It’s as simple as replacing a traditional light bulb. You can even have fun and express your creative side with color changing smart bulbs.
Update your light switches to smart switches. Once you’ve updated your lightbulbs, you’ll want to replace your light switches with smart home switches. Adding smart outlets and switches allow you to remotely control the fixtures throughout your home– even those with traditional bulbs!
There are so many advantages to having smart home devices, and the list keeps growing with new technology being regularly created. These devices help ease worries by allowing you to monitor your pets via live stream on your phone, helping lower energy bills by reducing your energy usage while you’re on vacation, and increases your home’s safety through video doorbells. Some smart appliances monitor the freshness of your groceries and can alert you if a stove burner is left on. From streamlining your everyday routines to monitoring loved ones and lowering energy usage, the advantages of having a smart home hub are truly endless.
Practically any device that uses electricity can be added to a central hub network that’s managed at the click of a button. Smart home lighting and other physical smart devices are considered part of an internet of things (IoT) where they can all share data and information with each other electronically. Systems can be set up using Wi-Fi or a hardwired internet, and users can dictate when the devices are used by creating a schedule in a smart home hub app on a mobile phone or tablet. Consumers can choose devices that alert them when there is suspicious movement detected on a doorbell camera, or call an emergency line if there’s an imminent threat in the home.