The growing popularity of smart LED lighting allows you to remotely control the lighting in your home. You probably use your phone or tablet to control when your lights turn on and off. You can create automated programs or manually control your smart LED lighting. Many allow you to dim your lights, change colors, or make your lights respond to different inputs.
With smart LED lighting in your home, you can set the lights to gradually brighten as the sun sets. They can then automatically turn off at your usual bedtime. Your lights can change from blue light to keep you awake at work to a soothing orange or yellow to help you relax before bed. You can set the lights to automatically turn on when someone walks by your front door, or to turn on minutes before you get home from a long day at work. Many smart LED lighting features are perfect for outdoor lighting. Can smart LED lighting work outdoors? Are they safe to use outdoors?
Smart LED lighting can be used outdoors, but they're usually not designed for inclement weather and won't work well in wet environments. You need to make sure your outdoor smart LED lighting is properly protected. You also need to make sure you have enough WiFi to connect them to their hub.
As long as the conditions are right, there's no reason why smart LED lighting can't work outdoors. More and more smart LED lighting is designed specifically for outdoor use. Still, all smart LED lighting can be used outdoors as long as it's installed correctly.
These bulbs usually don't get wet, so you'll want to keep them out of the rain to avoid any damage or danger. Direct sunlight can also be an issue, so make sure your bulbs are positioned correctly for year-round success. This means you'll need to use a protective case for your accessory to keep water out, or you'll need to tilt the accessory out of the sun. For example, down-facing recessed accessories, such as spotlights on porches, are some of the safest options. Still, even they aren't always immune to splashing water.
If the elements are an issue, you will need a weatherproof smart LED lighting. Most outdoor fixtures are wind, rain, and direct sunlight protection, but not all are fully fit or well-seaLED. Smart LED lighting is LED. LEDs are generally very good at withstanding temperature changes. Fortunately, this means that winter weather itself won't cause a problem, and the LEDs do well when it's cold. Just make sure they don't overheat from direct sunlight. You can check the packaging of any smart LED lighting to know its operating temperature.