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Jerome Casinger

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Curious if anyone here has dabbled in multi zone, LED outdoor lighting for homes.  Think permanent Christmas lights.  Tons of LED strip options from bulbs to led tape online, but am not finding much in regards to programming and software. 

There is a company near here that is called Jellyfish lighting that does installs, you can run the zones on your phone and change them to run programs based on the holiday, time of year, etc.  I cant seem to find what software/hardware solutions are leading the pack for this, but the option to program shows and never having to take down "holiday lights" is intriguing.  With there estimate, I feel the actual cost is probably half of that if I can source it and would fit in my budget to do such a thing.  Curious if anyone knows of a software/hardware solution, preferably that could run on a phone, use timers etc?



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Re: Architectural Lighting Options - with programming options?
« Reply #1 on: Today at 12:09:09 am »

Curious if anyone here has dabbled in multi zone, LED outdoor lighting for homes.  Think permanent Christmas lights.  Tons of LED strip options from bulbs to led tape online, but am not finding much in regards to programming and software. 

There is a company near here that is called Jellyfish lighting that does installs, you can run the zones on your phone and change them to run programs based on the holiday, time of year, etc.  I cant seem to find what software/hardware solutions are leading the pack for this, but the option to program shows and never having to take down "holiday lights" is intriguing.  With there estimate, I feel the actual cost is probably half of that if I can source it and would fit in my budget to do such a thing.  Curious if anyone knows of a software/hardware solution, preferably that could run on a phone, use timers etc?

If you're going permanent then you need to seriously think about how you're going to protect them from physical damage.  The people who do extensive holiday light installs end up replacing a lot of the lights each season.  There's probably code issues with leaving them up permanently too.  It all depends on what lighting product you use.
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