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What is Smart Lighting?

Simply put, smart lighting is the advanced way to light up your home. 

Every day, our homes are getting smarter; virtual assistants, video doorbells, motion detectors, are just some of the revolutionary household items that make our lives easier. And as one of the most important interior considerations, it’s only right that smart lighting exists, too.

For too long we’ve been restricted to minimal home lighting capabilities. On, off, or dimmed. Fortunately for us, smart lighting systems give us extra control! 

Adjust brightness, create schedules, add colorful effects, and control bulbs through your smartphone or smart assistant (Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa).

It all sounds magical, and it’s actually pretty simple. Smart bulbs connect to your wifi, through which other devices, such as your tablet or smartphone, can communicate all your demands - all but eliminating the need for traditional wall switches! 

What’s even better is smart light bulbs easily screw into the existing sockets. 

No stress, no fuss, just convenience without compromise. 

What Are the Benefits of Having Smart Lighting?

Set the Mood with Color or Dimming. Want to set the mood for your romantic meal, movie night, or social get-together? With smart lighting, you have all the control. Create the right ambiance for any occasion. What a bright idea!

Automate Your Lighting. Get an early morning wake up call or have your lights automatically dim down in the evening to help you unwind. Make your very own automated schedule to match your schedule. 

Convenience at the Press of a Button. The nightly trudge around the house to turn off all the lights is made simple with smart lighting. In fact, you can do it while snuggled up in bed! 

Lower Energy Use. Using LED bulbs conserves energy; having the power to dim and switch off lighting ensures you aren’t wasting any unnecessary energy.

Watertight Security. Have your lighting behave as if you're home, even when you’re halfway across the world! Create light sequences when your house is empty to ward off any unwanted visitors.

What You Need for a Smart Lighting System?

Anyone can install smart lighting, so long as you have a home WiFi network. Unlike other smart lighting providers, with BAZZ Smart Home, you don’t even need a hub to reap the benefits - the lighting connects directly to your WiFi!

By connecting smart lighting to your internet network, other devices connected - such as your phone or tablet - are able to communicate your demands to the bulbs. 

It really is a case of removing your old lightbulbs and screwing in smart bulbs! Within minutes you’ll have complete control of your lighting through your smartphone. And if you have a virtual assistant such as a Google Home or Amazon Alexa, you can use voice control, too. 

What Kinds of Smart Bulbs Do You Need?

If you want smart bulbs to replace those in place in floor lamps or hanging ceiling fixtures, A19 smart bulbs are the likely solution. The A19’s shape emits omnidirectional lighting, dispersing light evenly across the surrounding environment.

But when you are needing directional lighting, BR30 light bulbs and recessed lighting are a better choice. These point light straight ahead, providing direct task lighting instead of dispersing the light. The perfect match for hallways, home offices, and above kitchen workstations. 

What Smart Recessed Lighting Fixture Do You Need? 

Recessed lighting is a practical and stylish way to illuminate spaces and areas requiring accent or task lighting. Smart recessed lighting fixture has three components that defines it: housing, trim style, and bulb type.

When considering recessed lights, you have to pay attention to the type and size of bulb or lamp the fixture uses. The standard size has long been 6-inch, but as the trend has evolved, spotted 4-inch lighting has slowly taken center stage.

Just like regular bulbs, LED should be your preference as they also require significantly less energy and less maintenance. And as a general rule, you should have lighting with warm white color temperature in spaces such as the living room and bedroom, and bright white color temperature for kitchens and workspaces. Or better yet, have a bulb that can tune your lighting from cool to warm! 

Automate your Home With The BAZZ App

Our wide array of products will allow you to customize your very own smart home lighting setup that’s right for you and your family. All of our products can be seamlessly used and controlled from within the BAZZ Smart Home App and do not need a hub. Through just one app you’ll be able to change the color of your lighting in real-time, create daily routines, turn on and off lights remotely, adjust your white from warm to cool and more!

Frequently Asked Questions

1) What Are the Differences Between A19 & BR30?

A19 and BR30 are simply two different standardized shapes for light bulbs.

A19 bulbs are a classic, everyday light bulb - used for a multitude of applications and can be used in almost any fixture. The BR30, however, uses a reflector inside the bulb to better point the light straight ahead from its flat end. For that reason, BR30 bulbs are a better choice for directional lighting.

2) Are All BAZZ Light Bulbs Dimmable?

Yes! Whether it’s recessed lighting or an LED bulb, all BAZZ smart lighting is dimmable. You can easily alter the brightness of the lighting directly through your smartphone.  

3) What Does the Color Temperature Mean?

Color temperature basically means the level of warmth and coolness in a lightbulb - measured in degrees Kelvin (K). When looking at the color temperature of a bulb, you should be aware that ‘warm colors’ are on the lower end of the Kelvin spectrum while ‘cool colors’ have high color temperature. 

Bulbs have different color temperatures because what might work in one room might not be suitable in another. For example, warm/soft whites are ideal for bedroom and living spaces, but cooler whites are best for the kitchen and bathroom.  

The three basic color temperatures for light bulbs are warm/soft white (2700-3000K), cool white (3500-4100K), and daylight (5000-6500K).