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 turn on and off lights so you […]Get the Guide
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Where and Why to Use a Lighting Control System
With home control systems and preprogrammed scenes, you can match your lighting to your mood.
With home control systems and preprogrammed scenes, you can match your lighting to your mood.Get the Guide
Is A DIY Wireless Lighting Control System for You?
Home technology and custom smart home installation expert Joe Whitaker offers tips on wireless lighting control
Wireless lighting control systems and new DIY smart home products, including wireless smart bulbs or wireless dimmers, are proliferating in the tech market now, and are enticing homeowners to add smart home systems to their own homes. Is a wireless lighting system something you can handle yourself or do you need a professional installation? There […]Get the Guide
Switchmate Smart Light Switch Controls Lights Wirelessly With No Installation
This Bluetooth smart light switch fits over an existing switch so you don't need to do any wiring.
I’ve written before that for most people, smart wall switches and dimmers are better, and more affordable, solutions than smart light bulbs. Read all about why in this article. Still, for a lot of people, the idea of turning off their electricity and hardwiring a new switch or dimmer is intimidating. If you mixed up […]Get the Guide
URC LED Lighting Uses ZigBee for Wireless Lighting Control
The new wireless lighting control system features two types of bulbs and one controller.
The new wireless lighting control system features two types of bulbs and one controller.Get the Guide
WIRELESS LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEMS: Knowing When and Why to Install Wireless Automatic Lighting
ONE OF THE BIGGEST ADVANCES in home automation and whole-house control has been the development of wireless lighting control. The availability and price associated with this piece of home technology has made it accessible to just about anyone. While I have been a huge proponent of wireless lighting control due to its flexibility, retrofit applications, and the ability to easily adapt to consumers’ growing needs, there are some things that you should know before investing in a system.Get the Guide
Accentuate the Positive
Is there a particular architectural element of your home that you’d like to show off? Are there parts of the interior design that you find particularly beautiful? Maybe you have a collection of art that you’d like to showcase or an area of interest that demands attention? A lighting control system can ensure that all the favorite parts of your house are never lost in the shadows. They’ll make those features stand out for all to admire by simply illuminating them in a way that draws the eye and accentuates the positive.Get the Guide
URC LED Lighting Uses ZigBee and Screw-in Simple Concept
The new wireless system can put lighting into any Total Control or ccGEN2 install.
The new wireless system can put lighting into any Total Control or ccGEN2 install.Get the Guide
BrightSwitch Remembers to Shut Off Lights When You Forget
The upcoming option can power off your lights without any controllers or apps.
The upcoming option can power off your lights without any controllers or apps.Get the Guide
10 A/V and Home Automation Terms You Need to Know
Making sense out words you might here from a custom electronics professional before beginning your home tech improvement project.
Bone up on these terms before beginning your home tech improvement projectGet the Guide