WIFi LED lights
Control your lighting from anywhere!
LED lighting is already part of our daily life and more and more companies and brands are encouraged to use and create new devices thus expanding the competition and lowering the costs of it. One of these latest technologies created are LED bulbs connected to the wifi network where they can be easily controlled with a mobile device.
This new technology is ideal for those people who are looking for a way to control their lighting from anywhere without pressing switches, LED Lights with WIFI technology are perfect products. With a Wi-Fi LED controller hub you can control compatible LED bulbs, Led strips lights with your mobile phone or tablet you can control even the colors.
The Milight 3.0 app, along with a Wi-Fi compatible controller when needed: allows you to turn lights on and off, control multiple light zones, select from thousands of colors, choose from various color change modes and a single color, and control brightness and speed.
The hub can convert any RGB LED light into one that can be controlled by an Apple smartphone or tablet (iOS) or Android (version 4.3 and higher). Use a single hub or multiple hubs to control lights at different levels or areas of your home. Plug the Wi-Fi hub into a computer or power outlet using a USB wall adapter and download the free Milight 3.0 app. The application opens the possibility to choose between various controller interfaces and control the color, mode, brightness and more of the light.
Smart bulbs are an excellent choice for those who want to upgrade their home's technology. The "smart" means that the bulbs can be controlled remotely, via your smartphone, home automation system or even with voice control.
Not only are they very easy to use, but they also save energy: they typically use LEDs to generate light, with LEDs on a small communications device that connects the bulb to any gateway or smartphone device that is Using to control it.
Smart bulbs are white (their standard on/off bulb) or colored (with a preset color gamut). Some colored light bulbs are designed to be single color, while others can traverse a wide spectrum of colors to add ambient lighting to your home. White bulbs are cheaper, but they don't offer the same versatility as colored bulbs.
Smart bulbs are designed to pair with your smartphone over your home Wi-Fi network or Bluetooth. Some of them are directly controlled, while others are integrated into an existing home automation system for all-in-one control. Bluetooth bulbs are cheaper, but offer a shorter range. Wi-Fi bulbs are more expensive, but they allow you to turn off your lights literally anywhere in the world.
Some smart bulbs are designed to support Google Home and Amazon's Alexa system, allowing you to control them using voice commands.
The beauty of smart bulbs is that they are almost identical to normal bulbs, at least in terms of the type and size of the base. They are compatible with their typical bases (Edison screw type, spotlights, bayonet cap, etc.) which means they can be inserted into any lighting fixture around your home.