Smart lighting, home automation system uses Bluetooth mesh

February 28, 2018 // By Julien Happich
Smart lighting, home automation system uses Bluetooth mesh
The Halo Home Bluetooth mesh smart lighting system announced by power management company Eaton allows homeowners to automate and control one light or a host of lighting products throughout their home using a smart mobile device.

A home can have more than 100 lighting products, and homeowners are turning to connected lighting products for better functionality, security and safety, as well as lifestyle enrichment and wellness. Using Bluetooth mesh allows Halo Home to be installed and controlled directly from the mobile device, without needing a hub or gateway.

The optional internet access bridge provides WiFi connectivity, enabling remote access to the lights and integration with Amazon Echo products for voice control capabilities. Halo Home, which currently includes 4-inch and 5/6-inch downlights, a Smart Anyplace Bluetooth Dimmer and an optional internet access bridge, is a simple and flexible connected option, with the ability install as little as one downlight or scale up to control the entire home through the easy-to-use Halo Home app for iOS or Android.

Eaton has immediate plans to expand the system and will soon release the second set of Halo Home products, including in-wall wireless dimmers, outdoor flood and motion lights, a wall-plug for lamps, and a wireless adaptor that enables retrofitting non-wireless lighting fixtures.

The lights are an all-in-one fixture replacement that fit into existing recessed lighting, with no drilling required, and the Halo Home Smart Anyplace Bluetooth Switch can be conveniently placed anywhere with no rewiring necessary. The Halo Home provides the ability to adjust color temperatures throughout the day or set to a desired state.

Eaton - www.eaton.com


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