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Smart Lightbulbs Can Pretend You’re at Home

A small company called BeON has designed a smart light bulb that takes into consideration all of your lighting needs from safety to security.

LIFX: The Light Bulb Reinvented

Lighting has come a long way from being a bulb with a switch.  It has progressed to energy efficient bulbs to dimming lights to automated lighting.  LIFX, a wi-fi enabled, multi-color, energy-efficient LED light bulb that you control with your smartphone, goes one (or multiple) steps further. ...

Ube WiFi Smart Light Dimmer

Kickstarter of the Week:  Introducing the Ube WiFi Smart Light Dimmer. Ube is already in the market of automated media systems, temperature systems, security systems, and more. Now it has tackled Lighting. It uses your home WiFi to access the lighting of the house in rooms which have the Ube...

Green Tech Tip: Investing in LED

Energy conservation and energy savings have always gone hand in hand. By making smarter, more eco-friendly choices, not only are you benefiting Mother Nature, but you have the chance to give a little back to your wallet too. There are countless organizations that have helped lend a hand – and...

How to Add Lighting Control to Your Home

Want to freshen up the appearance of your house, enjoy greater convenience and save some energy to boot? Then you should look into a lighting control system. A lighting control system can automatically dim your lights, enact preset “scenes” so only the fixtures you need come on, automatically ...

Weighing Wired Against Wireless Lighting

Going wireless is the way to go, right? After all, you probably already have a wireless computer network in your home. Maybe wireless printing. You may have cut the cord on phone service—perhaps even cable TV. So why not go wireless with electronic lighting control as well? With so much working...

Five Things to Know About Lighting Control

First off, unless you’ve been exposed to advanced lighting control at a friend’s house or in a dealer’s showroom, you probably don’t even know what the term refers to. For most people, lighting control consists of on/off switches and dimmers, placed at the entrances to rooms or on lamps....

 

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