Smart lighting for your outdoor space this winter
With winter fast approaching, EGLO is encouraging homeowners to think about illuminating their outdoor space with smart lighting. As well as offering a warm welcome to your home, outdoor lighting provides safety, and the comfort of increased visibility, giving you peace of mind as you navigate the exterior of your home as the nights draw in and your outdoor visibility becomes compromised.
Gone are the days of clunky, space invading lighting systems, there are now a range of sleek, modern options meaning that you don’t have to compromise on design when choosing your outdoor lighting.
Smart lighting for the outside of your home is an ingenious option meaning that you’ll never have to worry about getting out of bed to check if you’ve turned off the outdoor lights again.
Outdoor lights can be controlled by the touch of a button with EGLO Connect. This tech-savvy option can provide a great deal of comfort in your daily life, taking the stress away from having to manually turn on lights, with a range of extra benefits to boot.
EGLO Connect enables you to control and program the light in your home individually or in groups through a protected network. You can connect to your smart lights via the remote control or use the free-of-charge Smart Control App that can be downloaded on your smartphone, tablet or smartwatch.
Outdoor smart lighting offers many advantages including energy efficiency, money saving capabilities as well as the option to transform your garden’s ambience. With the EGLO Connect exterior range, you can adjust your outdoor space to fit your mood or desired ambience with the choice of 16 million colours, 50,000 shades of white and dawn to dusk function to illuminate when needed.
Instead of worrying about turning your lights on and off, let the detectors do it for you. Activated by movement, motion detectors are the simple solution to automatically light your entrance area when you are coming home with your hands full.
Motion detection will safely light up areas with bad visibility when this is necessary so you will always be able to see what is happening, avoiding tripping hazards and lowering your risk of accidents around the home.