Here Are Some Tips If You Are Willing To Install A Lighting Automation To Make Your Home A Smart Home:
Pathways Can Be More Fun
Making your rooms compiled with Lighting Automation is good but have you ever imagined what it would be like if lights switch on with each step you take towards the exit of your home? The lights can surprisingly illuminate a pathway to your destination. You can switch on the lights using several ways including a push-button, or when you open the door. You can program the lights to work only when it’s dark and then switch off automatically after a few minutes of no motion. The next time you step outside your house towards the main exit, a pathway of heavenly lights will give you the proper direction and calmness.
Making kids go to sleep at the night is a ‘headache’ for almost every mother out there, the next time you think of grounding your child due to not sleeping on time, you can schedule the lights to fade out at a specific time. So that, when your kid resists sleeping at 10 p.m, the lights will automatically turn off and he will have no other option than to have a dreamy sleep.
Lights are better if you sleepwalk
About 3.6% of U.S. adults suffer from sleepwalking disorder, and sleepwalking can be dangerous especially if there’s darkness all around the person suffering from the disorder. It gets hard on you to help them during the night, as you can’t even know when the person stood up and started moving. Automated Lights can help and create a vast difference in such instances. Install a light near the door and below your bed, the next time your partner sleepwalks in the night, you will get a large splash of light on your face that will wake you and you will be able to help your partner.
Daylight, No Lights
Using lights in the daytime is usually wasting such precious energy especially when natural light is coming into the room from the windows. Lighting Automation can detect incoming natural light and would not turn on during the daytime until and unless there is no natural light in the room. This will eventually lead to mass savings in terms of your electric bill and electricity.
Motion Trigger in Pantry and Closets
You might have left lights on in a pantry or closet at least 5 times in your life. Motion trigger can detect movements and switch off lights in pantry and closet if you have left and not standing there anymore. The result, massive energy, and money saved.
A Smart Home With A Smart Theater Room
Setting up lights to fade in black after a point of time will help you a lot when you and your bunch of friends decide to see a movie in your theater room. The gradual scheduled timeout of lights will force people to grab seats fast and your plans won’t be delayed anymore.
Security Using Lights
Every 30 seconds, a household is robbed in the U.S according to FBI statistics. Automatic Lights can help you improve the security of your house. You can schedule the lights to stay on at night if you are coming late, no one enters to rob a house whose lights are turned on, and the next time a thief enters your premises at night, it will get into your notice due to the automatic turning on of the lights.