Non-switchable lighting in smart homes

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Non-switchable lighting in smart homes

Non-switchable lighting in smart homes

Non-switchable lighting in smart homes

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Non-switchable lighting in smart homes

2020-05-06 |

One possibility for future lighting solutions in smart homes is to completely eliminate lighting switches. For those who already own Sonos at home, you may know that there is no physical switch to turn off the music. You can run music through their applications.



However, the switchless implementation faces challenges. If you are using Sonos to visit a house without downloading the application to control it, you may find that you cannot turn off the music or even adjust the volume. Now imagine that a lighting company uses a similar implementation: there is no physical switch for lighting, and you can only control it through an application. What if you turn off the lights when you are not at home and the fire department investigates the problem?



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You might think of a switchless design that involves an application on the phone communicating with the network, and then WiFi or some other protocol that communicates instructions to the receiver, which is located in the wall electrical box that controls the light switch. However, the receiver on the side of the light switch does not actually need to be in the wall box behind the light switch. It can easily live in a light fixture on the ceiling and can even be placed inside the bulb itself.



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