What Do You Mean by Smart Lights?
When talking about smart lights, you may have heard of LED bulbs, but what do you really
mean by that? In fact, LED lights are widely used in cars and other smart home devices. They
are durable and will not flicker when temperatures drop below freezing, but they tend to be
more expensive than fluorescent bulbs.
Some smart light bulbs are designed to work with other smart home devices. For example, your
lights can be set to turn on when your smart thermostat turns on the heating in your house. Or,
they can be programmed to turn on and off when your home security camera detects motion.
But not all smart lights are compatible with all voice assistants. You should check the
compatibility list to find out which ones work with your voice assistant and your lighting
system. Vont smart light bulb is compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant. You can use the
bulb with voice control as well.
Smart bulbs can also be integrated with other smart home devices. For instance, your smart
light can be set to turn on and off whenever your smart thermostat turns on heating in your
house. Or, you can set it to turn on and off when your home security camera sees motion in a
room. Of course, not all smart lights are compatible with every voice assistant, so you'll want
to check with your vendor to make sure your device is compatible.
Smart lighting uses wireless transmissions to communicate with other devices in your home.
Different bulbs use different methods. Some have built-in Wi-Fi radios to control the light from
a remote location. Others use Bluetooth radios to connect to a Wi-Fi hub and allow you to
control the lights remotely. But these devices require a central Wi-Fi hub to work.
Besides controlling your home's lights remotely, smart lighting systems can make decisions
and follow a schedule. Some of these systems even enable you to change the color of your
light, set reminders, and monitor occupancy. You can even program your lights to turn on and