Do you have the smarts?

1 November 2019

One of the simplest and easiest ways of bringing home automation into your home is through the inclusion of smart LED lights. The Lighting Warehouse’s 24-Watt LED Bluetooth Smart Ceiling Light (R999) can be operated with any iOS or Android phone using the iLight app and Bluetooth functionality.

The iLight app enables you to dim the light, and change the Kelvin colour from 3000 K, all the way to 6000 K. You can even set it to change to different colours, including blue, green, purple, red and yellow. All these functions can also be controlled via a remote control that is supplied with the light.

This light also boasts a built-in speaker so that you can stream your music through your phone or from any app. You can also set the RGB function on a strobe, fading or pulse mode while listening to your music. Using your phone or the remote, you can control the volume, pause, skip and play the music wherever you are in your home.

It also has a night light function, which can be switched on by pressing a single button on the remote. The remote control will function up to 5 m away, and up to 20 m with phone (Bluetooth) operation.

The 24-Watt LED Bluetooth Smart Ceiling Light is suitable for using in a lounge, bedroom or an entertainment area.

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