At IKEA, we believe that light provides ambiance and is indispensable in every home. With our smart lighting, you can turn the temperature, colour and timer of your lighting on and off, as well as dim and adjust them, both in and around the house.
Start up with smart lighting. How? Read it here.
It is even possible to make your whole house smart. For example, smart speakers and roller blinds for the windows. Want to know more about Home smart? Read more here.
With dimmable LED lamps, you determine the ambiance
With a smart light source, you can adjust the lighting in your home for a particular activity, for example by dimming the lighting to create an intimate ambiance. Imagine a cosy dinner with the family on a weekday, with soft and warm lighting. After dinner, the table is cleared to make room for doing homework, but you need clear, bright light for that. You can choose to buy single wireless LED lights or a complete set. With the TRÅDFRI connection hub and the IKEA Home smart app, you can control each light source individually, set different lighting levels and control them with the remote control or app. On, off, dim, colours and switching between hot and cold light. With the TRÅDFRI motion sensor your LED devices automatically come on and off when it detects motion.
Intelligent lighting for a sustainable home
All our lamps are LED, which saves you money on your energy bills. An LED light source consumes about 85% less energy and lasts 20 times longer than incandescent bulbs. That's why smart light sources are not only good for your wallet, but also for the planet. The life of an LED lamp is approximately 25,000 hours! That's a lot of years, games, parties and ambiance in your home. Make your whole house smart today with IKEA. We have smart curtains that you can control from your bed. And playing music on our speakers, in cooperation with SONOS, is also all done with a press on the wireless button. The IKEA intelligent integrated lighting system allows you to attach the LED strip in places where you can use extra lighting. In your wardrobe, for example, or above the worktop.
Read here for more information about smart lighting.