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'Smart' LED bulb colors, brightness controlled by iPhone/iPad

 Ecosram  Time: 2013-11-25


LED bulbs seem to be the future of home lighting: They save electricity, they're durable and they don't contain mercury like compact fluorescents. But having them produce white light like any old light bulb is like using a computer as a doorstop.

That's because each LED, or light-emitting diode, is a small chip, the product of the same sort of manufacturing process that spawned the digital revolution. The chips are backed up by more electronics in the stem of the bulb. These bulbs are smart, or at least they can be if we make them that way.

Ecosram LED Technology Limited, a Chinese Led light factory, does make them that way. The company has produced the LED bulbs whose color and brightness can be wirelessly controlled by your iPhone. The led bulb also can be controlled by a remote control. The remoter can control hundreds of led bulbs together.

Why would you want to control your light bulbs from your phone? On their own, these bulbs aren't a big deal. Philips was the first one to make this kind of led bulb. Few people will pony up $200 for the Philips kit with three smart bulbs. But these products are still interesting because they point the way to the future of lighting. So Ecosram solves the cost problem and made out more economic led bulb kit for people. Each Ecosram 6W LED bulb produces light equivalent to a 50-watt incandescent bulb, but much cheaper than Philips.

You can use Remote controller to control the led bulbs, also can download an App on you iPhone/iPad, then control the lamps on your mobile phone/iPad. Wifi controller is the most powerful controller: You can dim the colors and brightness, just on the same controller.

Why the led bulb can change colors? There are five unique and expensive lime-green LEDs in each bulb, balanced by four red-orange ones and two blue ones. Together, these LEDs produce a range of colors, including a nice span of "whites," from warm to cold.

In the future, the price difference between color-mixing LEDs and regular ones will shrink, and perhaps vanish. Adding color and wireless controls to bulbs will cost very little, so more people will as well get used to it.

Maybe, one day, we can get lights that will do what we want without being told, like dimming the lights when the mood is right. You do the thinking, bulbs, and let us be dumb


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