A well thought-out lighting plan for your outdoor area is important in many ways. With cool light you ensure safety around your house, whereas warm light creates a cosy, sociable mood in the garden – for example, during an outdoor celebration or get-together with family and friends. This requires a harmonious lighting plan. With or without embellishments, classic or modern: your house, your garden, your style. And with the latest LED technology, you can say goodbye to excessive electricity bills!
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For atmospheric winter lighting, friendly garden parties and improved security: impress not only your guests, but also your neighbours! Smart LED outdoor lighting has a dimming function, adjustable colour temperatures from warm to daylight white and colour changes (RGBW), with everything flexibly controllable from inside and outside via an app or voice command.
Well-designed outdoor lighting is particularly important for you and your family’s safety. As a responsible home owner, you should eliminate any sources of danger, including trip hazards, on your property. A clever solution is outdoor lighting with daylight sensors and motion detectors.
Another important aspect of smart outdoor lighting: protection against burglars. Because one thing is certain: light deters thieves. With clever Smart Home solutions, you can protect your home and garden using the latest technology and save energy at the same time.
1. Which colour temperature should I choose for outdoor lighting?
Warm white outdoor lighting with a colour temperature up to 3,300 Kelvin produces cosy light – such as outdoor lighting for a patio and garden. For sufficient brightness and safety, neutral white exterior lighting provides between 3,300 and 5,300 Kelvin – ideal for house entrances.
2. What brightness should my outdoor lighting have?
400 to 600 lumens are enough for pleasant outdoor lighting. For a powerful outdoor spotlight, you should choose more than 1,000 lumens.
3. Which lightbulbs are suitable for outdoor lighting?
LED bulbs are highly recommended for outdoor lighting. They score well on energy-saving and usually have a long life.
4. What do I need to know about IP ratings?
Outdoor lights should at least conform to IP44. If lights are exposed to strong jets of water, such as through a lawn sprinkler, a minimum of IP65 is required.
On balmy summer evenings, twilight brings friends together in a convivial atmosphere. Extending the evening on the patio with atmospheric light and enveloping your garden in decorative light would be perfect. Make your plan a complete success by following these tips:
Whether outdoor lighting in anthracite, white, grey or in any other favourite colour, create your individual outdoor lighting plan and bring energy-saving LED exterior lighting home!