Smart lighting

Control them from anywhere, change their colour, or even add music into the mix – smart lights take illuminating your indoor and outdoor spaces to a new level of convenience and customisation.


The smart way to light your home

There's more to smart lights than just switching on and off automatically. Here's why they're a clever choice for your home.

1. Complete control from anywhere

Control your smart lights remotely from your phone or tablet – wherever you are, and whenever you need to.

2. Timed and automatic on/off

You can set up your smart lights to turn on and off at the same time or at random intervals to make it look like you’re home, or you can even ease lights on to full brightness over half an hour.

3. All-in-one light and sound solution

Install smart speaker globes with built-in smart speakers to control your home audio and lighting with one handy, connected device.

4. Hues and colours for every mood

Choose pre-set “scenes” or control each light individually to set your preferred dimming levels and colours for the ideal feel.

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