The interconnected LED lighting system is about to completely change people's overall indoor experience.
The rapid application of LEDs is just one of the great lighting changes that people will see in home, business and everyday life in the coming years. In fact, interconnected LED lighting systems are about to revolutionize people's overall indoor experience.
Smart LEDs have opened up another journey as lamps. Of course, energy efficiency and long service life are the obvious advantages of LEDs and they also play a significant role in market acceptance. But luminaires are extremely advanced lighting devices, including LEDs and MCUs with integrated RF receivers. Wireless devices connect the lamps to each other to form a larger network, providing more advantages than saving energy.
With the advent of interconnected lighting systems, excessive lighting will quickly become a thing of the past. People will no longer need shades, wall lights and other home fixtures to scatter unwanted light. The small size of the LED allows the fixture to be integrated into the surrounding environment in an unobtrusive and inconspicuous manner - when the light goes out, it is almost invisible.
For example, the surface of the bedside cabinet emits light instead of using a desk lamp. Since LEDs are equipped with wireless connections and sensors, we are actually installing a small computer network at home. Imagine taking a glass of water from your bed at midnight. You don't need to go to bed and sleep lightly to find the headlights. The lights in the hallway will gradually light up and illuminate the road. When you walk into the kitchen, the hallway lights dim and the kitchen lights light up, illuminating the road ahead of time, and the user doesn't have to grope in the dark.
The home experience clearly benefits from LED lighting. Of course, LED also brings other conveniences, such as when you come home from work, the light automatically lights up, or when you are on vacation, the lights turn on and off periodically. Home users can also benefit from simple voice control and zoning automation. For example, you can speak to a light bulb and extend Alexa's availability to every room.
Perhaps one of the biggest benefits of home-connected lighting is that people get a good night's sleep. Interconnected LEDs can be continuously adjusted during the day to replicate the natural path of the sun and the changing color temperature. When our body clocks are accustomed to mimicking natural light signals of light and dark/circadian rhythms, our bodies can be adjusted according to the time of day. Studies have shown that getting the right amount of light at the right time can increase nightly sleep by 45 minutes with less interference. There is no need to set an alarm. You can program the bedroom light to gradually light up at the specified wake-up time. The lights will begin to suppress melatonin and wake you up on time. Exposure to natural light promotes sleep, increases productivity, and improves mood. When natural light is used in medical treatment, it will even have a positive effect on patient recovery. Installing a suitable lighting system at home can prevent damage to the circadian cycle, which has a huge impact on the overall health of the person.