How to Make Awesome Sofa With Smart strip lights in 2019

Posted by Amy Wong on

Tools and Materials
LED Controller                              LED Strip Lights

※ Transparent adhesive Tape          ※ Scissors

tool

Step One: Cut the strip lights to match your sofa
strip lights

Step Two: Stick the strip lights under the back of Sofa


Step Three: Connect LED Controller to Strip lights


Step Four: Set Up LED Controller helps connecting LED Light Strips to a wifi network
Power up strip lights, Scan the QR code download “Magic Home” App
Tap the "Plus" in the upper right corner and select "Add Device".

You'll need to create a free Magic Home account in order to control strip lights from anywhere. It also allows your WiFi strip lights to work with smart home devices like Google Home and Amazon Alexa enabled devices.

Once you're logged in, you'll see the available lights listed. Click the light and then select your WiFi network. (If you have a dual-band router you must connect to the 2.4Ghz signal, LED controller will not work on 5Ghz.) Your phone must also be connected to the 2.4Ghz signal in order to set up the bulb properly.  You will then be able to name your strip lights to whatever you like. 

The app itself is very user-friendly and easy to figure out. You can sync it with music. You have an option for up to 5 preset colors/ brightness settings. It has preset for the light strip to change colors by itself which is really cool for special events like Christmas or Birthdays, or really any occasion being you can make your one presets also.

LED controllers do exactly what you expected and made it extremely easy to swap out the IR remote-controlled LED controllers that you had. 

No hub needed, also works with IFTTT so you can do things like change the color of the lights based on the weather/ time, or any other trigger that's supported by IFTTT. A great addition to any smart home.

GET HERE:

LED controller: http://bit.ly/wifi_controller

Full Set Of Smart LED RGB Light Strip:http://bit.ly/2IOtc9R

 


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