Do you ever find it troublesome to figure out the best lighting condition for your home or office? Traditionally, people only have three to five different lighting options to choose from, and under some circumstances, the five options still can’t fully satisfy users’ needs. Thanks to the prevalence of Internet of Things and home automation, electronics manufacturers recognize the potential of this sector and start to develop different products that aim to elevate our daily life to a whole new level of convenience. TechDesign has introduced several smart home products in the past week or two, and today we want to bring you another smart home product from our partner at Shenzhen UMind Technology Corporation.
The LED Smart Bulb and its feature
The product is an LED Smart Bulb that can switch between different modes through a mobile app. The Smart Bulb is connected to the mobile device through Wi-Fi, and its wireless transmission rate can go up to 150 Mbps. To make it smart and easy to use at the same time, the Smart Bulb comes with a single chip design. Additionally, the manufacturer also takes convenience and environmental factors into account, so the Smart Bulb is smaller than normal light bulbs and consumes less power.
As mentioned in the previous paragraph, the Smart Bulb comes with different modes, which makes it an ideal option for those who only want one light source in their room or office. It can just be as bright as normal light bulbs, but it also can be used as nightlights or desk lamps. Its deep sleep mode allows users to rely on it at night, and when they are away from the room, they can simply switch the Smart Bulb to standby mode. To let users have full control over the Smart Bulb, the manufacturer also allows users to implement power saving mode to the Smart Bulb.
How does the Smart Bulb come in handy?
If you wonder how does the Smart Bulb come in handy, it can be applied to several different scenarios. In addition to being the extra light source for mobile devices, it can also be applied to industrial control, remote equipment monitoring, networking applications, and portable wireless communications products. However, the most common scenario is using the Smart Bulb in offices, hotels, or homes.
If you want to learn more about the Smart Bulb’s specification and other details, please access its complete profile on TechDesign.com. As always, we have more reference designs from our partners worldwide, and we will gradually introduce them to you all in the coming months. If you have any suggestions or opinions for us, please don’t hesitate to leave them in the comment section.