Several smart home lighting control solutions allow users to build intelligent lighting systems in their homes and automate home lighting. The wireless control of the lighting between them is viral and very important, which can be managed remotely and easily from anywhere in the house.
The wireless lighting control system should include several sections, a wireless signal transmitter, a dimming switch that connects the signal receiver and a combined dimming output. The transmitter is responsible for transmitting the signal, the attenuator receives it and converts it into an attenuate signal (PWM) and then releases the dark message to the lamp after the attenuator alert.
The market has different types of wireless signals, each with its advantage. Traditional IR is an economical and safe solution, but the distance between transmission and penetration is not too high. RF is now an excellent solution to this problem. It can have a good reputation within 30 meters. Besides, the different frequencies are optional to avoid interference from other RF systems. The total rates are 2.4 GHz, 434 MHz, and 868 MHz. With the RF signal, the transmitter can control the passage of the attenuator from anywhere in your home.
The intelligent solution is a WiFi signal, that is, the control of home lighting from a smartphone or mobile device through the lighting control program. The attenuator transition can be integrated with a WiFi signal receiver to transmit signals from the smartphone and then convert the signal into a dimming signal, such as PWM, Tangent or Output Lamp. Besides, the dimmer switch can be configured to connect to the home network and monitor it over Ethernet.
With the WiFi controller, you can automate the home lighting from the application interface. You can configure several rooms individually to control. Set up different rooms at different times to provide different static or dynamic lighting effects for your home. The event will be activated automatically at certain times. For example, you can set the brightness level of the restaurant at dinner, and the brightness level automatically rises to a certain level during the meal. You can set the dynamic color change mode for the party on Sunday.
Choosing the right home lighting
With many lighting options for the home, it is difficult to decide which one to choose. From wall lamps to table lamps, there is an incredible option to choose from. It was easy to select, especially when I think about the needs of each room.
What room are you using?
The lighting of the home you choose should reflect the content of the room you are using. If you like working from home or spend a lot of time on your computer, the room you work in should be well lit, with three or four ceiling lights and a table or table lamp. There should be a lot of light in the work area, like the kitchen. The downlights are ideal for large kitchens because they create a point of light where it is needed most, instead of a central light that fills the room. For rooms like bedrooms or living rooms, you do not need much light so that you can stick to accessories and ceiling lights.
How big is the room?
The bigger the room, the more lights you need. Try to think about how much light you need and adapt it to your needs. For example, a place may require only a small amount of light, but it is quite large, so two lesser lights are better than a lighthouse. Wall lamps and lights are suitable for large rooms. Consider where you need the point of light to help you create a lighting plan for the home.
What is your budget?
Give yourself a budget and consider adding and replacing what you need, and then making a budget between each room. If you create a minimum and maximum budget for each room, you can drastically reduce your options by looking at the home lighting options in that range. This can also help you control your costs and ensure you get the results you need.
If your budget is small, it may be necessary to stick to the current lighting position, so adding independent luminaires would be the best option. Otherwise, ask an electrician to guide you where to add the new light source and the cost.
When you assemble the lighting plan of your home and try to continue this way through your home, consider the general image that you are creating. It is even possible to match the accessories in individual rooms to create an execution theme instead of making the room look as if they were in a different house.