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You can make your holiday lights a little easier to manage by tying them to an Alexa voice command, which allows you to turn the lights on whenever you want with a quick phrase. It’s a great little trick for the modern home, and it’s easy to set up too. Here’s everything you need to do.

Note: We’re assuming you have a speaker with Alexa built in, such as any of the Amazon Echo speakers, the Ecobee SmartThermostat, and other related devices. Otherwise, this won’t work.

Step 1: Find an Alexa-compatible smart plug

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

You can make just about any strand of holiday lights smart by plugging it into a smart plug, which is far more efficient and easier to use than an old-fashioned timer. The key is finding a smart plug that is also compatible with Alexa voice commands. Fortunately, Alexa has excellent compatibility with smart home devices, and your chances of finding an Alexa-friendly plug are very high. We suggest starting with our list of the best smart plugs for ideas.

If your lights are going to be outdoors, you just need to make sure you get an Alexa plug that can handle outdoor weather, like the iClever Smart Plug or other outdoor plugs. Whichever plug you choose, plug it in, connect it to your Wi-Fi network, and make sure it’s set up with Alexa before you begin.

Step 2: Set up a new Routine on Alexa

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

As you set up your lights and tree and start decorating, you also need to start setting up a new routine just for the tree on the Alexa app. Open up the app and select the “hamburger” line icon at the bottom left of the home screen to open up Alexa’s Settings menu.

In the menu section, select Routines. Routines are smart-device actions you can tie together under one unique voice command. Once in Routines, you will want to select the plus sign in the upper right corner, which is how you create new routines.

Step 3: Name your Routine command

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

The new Routine menu gives you a variety of options to set up the Routine. Start with Enter routine name, which you can name something easy like “holiday lights.” When finished, select When this happens. This will open a new menu with lots of Routine actions.

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

Begin by choosing the top Voice icon. This will give you the option to enter a specific phrase to initiate the Routine. You want this to be something unique, but that shouldn’t be too hard in this case. We suggest typing something like “Alexa, turn on the tree,” “Alexa turn on the outside holiday lights,” or whatever specific phrase that you want. Now, Alexa will know what to listen for.

Step 4: Add actions for turning on Christmas lights

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

Head back to the New Routine menu and select Add action. Scroll down the rather long list until you reach Smart Home, and select it.

This will bring up all the Alexa-ready smart devices in your home. (You may need to select “all devices” to get a complete list.) Your smart plug should be under your list of devices. If it isn’t, double-check to make sure it’s connected to your Wi-Fi and that Alexa has discovered it. You can even try saying, “Alexa, connect to the living room smart plug” or something similar.

When you see your smart plug on the list, select it. Alexa will make sure your new Routine will turn the smart plug on, which is exactly what you want to do, so make sure the toggle is turned on. Select Next in the upper right, and then select Save in the upper right to wrap up adding actions to the smart plug.

Step 5: Test out your new Routine

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

Once the Routine is saved, you are ready to test it out. Make sure your holiday lights are plugged in and the smart plug is turned off. Then give your command, “Alexa, turn on the holiday lights.” Alexa will turn on the lights and then briefly acknowledge your command.

Note that if you want to create a strict schedule for your lights, you should be able to find scheduling options in the app you use to control your smart plug. The Alexa command, however, is more useful for versatile, impromptu occasions where you want to turn the tree lights on. It’s also useful for creating a bedtime routine where you turn all of your lights off, including your holiday lights.

Step 6: Add more actions to the Routine as desired

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

If you want to make controlling your holiday lights an even more special occasion when you come home, we suggest adding some more actions to the Routine. You can revisit the Routine whenever you want. Choose Add action to again see your options. A favorite choice is to select Music, and then pick a specific song and band to play from a specific source (Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, and more are all supported) whenever you give the command. That way, your tree can turn on while an Echo speaker plays a favorite holiday tune. It’s a great command to use when you’re coming home after a busy day.

Smart plugs turn regular devices and appliances into a working, automated part of your smart home. Create scenes, schedules and custom voice commands to turn on nearly anything you can plug into a standard wall outlet. Whether you have Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant or Siri in your home, there’s a plug out there that will work with your platform.

When it comes to smart plugs for outdoor devices, the options are a bit more limited. You can still find a plug for your needs that can withstand the elements, but you’ll likely pay more than you would for an indoor plug.

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Buying an outdoor plug is a great investment in your smart home year-round. Sure, these plugs are awesome for holiday lights, but they can smarten your summer cookouts or fall tailgates, too.

What to consider

There are few things you’ll need to decide when shopping for an outdoor smart plug. Which voice assistant do you use? How many outlets do you want? Some models just have one outlet and some have two. With these questions answered, you’ll be on your way to picking the plug that works best for your setup.

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How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

TP-Link’s Kasa app is easy to use and Kasa devices are quick to set up. The Kasa Outdoor Smart Plug offers two outlets that can be controlled individually, and is rated to operate in temperatures from -4 degrees F to 122 degrees F. You can choose from voice commands, schedules, timers, scenes or sunrise/sunset modes, as well as an Away feature that randomizes powering outlets on and off.

Kasa products work with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa, so you’ll be able to ask your voice assistant of choice to turn on your holiday display. At $30, it’s a reasonably priced smart plug for your outdoor space. Read our TP-Link Kasa Outdoor Smart Plug review.

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

WeMo’s Smart Outdoor Plug is a HomeKit compatible option that offers two outlets and voice control for Siri, Alexa or Google Assistant. At $40, it isn’t the cheapest model you can buy, but WeMo’s app works well and we’ve seen several good plugs and outlets from the brand over the years.

Rated for temperatures from 32 degrees F to 122 degrees F, this plug might not be the best bet for cold climates. There are two sockets, but unlike the TP-Link model, they cannot be scheduled or controlled individually. That could be a deal breaker, depending on your use case.

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

If you’re looking for a single outlet option, Braumm’s model works with Google Assistant and Alexa to control one device. This $40 model is pricey for a single outlet, but is weatherproof and rated for -4 degrees F to 113 degrees F.

In addition to status, timers, scheduling and scenes, the app also provides weather information, a handy addition for any outdoor device. You can also share control with other users if they also download the Braumm app to their mobile device.

You can make your holiday lights a little easier to manage by tying them to an Alexa voice command, which allows you to turn the lights on whenever you want with a quick phrase. It’s a great little trick for the modern home, and it’s easy to set up too. Here’s everything you need to do.

Note: We’re assuming you have a speaker with Alexa built in, such as any of the Amazon Echo speakers, the Ecobee SmartThermostat, and other related devices. Otherwise, this won’t work.

Step 1: Find an Alexa-compatible smart plug

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

You can make just about any strand of holiday lights smart by plugging it into a smart plug, which is far more efficient and easier to use than an old-fashioned timer. The key is finding a smart plug that is also compatible with Alexa voice commands. Fortunately, Alexa has excellent compatibility with smart home devices, and your chances of finding an Alexa-friendly plug are very high. We suggest starting with our list of the best smart plugs for ideas.

If your lights are going to be outdoors, you just need to make sure you get an Alexa plug that can handle outdoor weather, like the iClever Smart Plug or other outdoor plugs. Whichever plug you choose, plug it in, connect it to your Wi-Fi network, and make sure it’s set up with Alexa before you begin.

Step 2: Set up a new Routine on Alexa

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

As you set up your lights and tree and start decorating, you also need to start setting up a new routine just for the tree on the Alexa app. Open up the app and select the “hamburger” line icon at the bottom left of the home screen to open up Alexa’s Settings menu.

In the menu section, select Routines. Routines are smart-device actions you can tie together under one unique voice command. Once in Routines, you will want to select the plus sign in the upper right corner, which is how you create new routines.

Step 3: Name your Routine command

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

The new Routine menu gives you a variety of options to set up the Routine. Start with Enter routine name, which you can name something easy like “holiday lights.” When finished, select When this happens. This will open a new menu with lots of Routine actions.

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

Begin by choosing the top Voice icon. This will give you the option to enter a specific phrase to initiate the Routine. You want this to be something unique, but that shouldn’t be too hard in this case. We suggest typing something like “Alexa, turn on the tree,” “Alexa turn on the outside holiday lights,” or whatever specific phrase that you want. Now, Alexa will know what to listen for.

Step 4: Add actions for turning on Christmas lights

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

Head back to the New Routine menu and select Add action. Scroll down the rather long list until you reach Smart Home, and select it.

This will bring up all the Alexa-ready smart devices in your home. (You may need to select “all devices” to get a complete list.) Your smart plug should be under your list of devices. If it isn’t, double-check to make sure it’s connected to your Wi-Fi and that Alexa has discovered it. You can even try saying, “Alexa, connect to the living room smart plug” or something similar.

When you see your smart plug on the list, select it. Alexa will make sure your new Routine will turn the smart plug on, which is exactly what you want to do, so make sure the toggle is turned on. Select Next in the upper right, and then select Save in the upper right to wrap up adding actions to the smart plug.

Step 5: Test out your new Routine

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

Once the Routine is saved, you are ready to test it out. Make sure your holiday lights are plugged in and the smart plug is turned off. Then give your command, “Alexa, turn on the holiday lights.” Alexa will turn on the lights and then briefly acknowledge your command.

Note that if you want to create a strict schedule for your lights, you should be able to find scheduling options in the app you use to control your smart plug. The Alexa command, however, is more useful for versatile, impromptu occasions where you want to turn the tree lights on. It’s also useful for creating a bedtime routine where you turn all of your lights off, including your holiday lights.

Step 6: Add more actions to the Routine as desired

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

If you want to make controlling your holiday lights an even more special occasion when you come home, we suggest adding some more actions to the Routine. You can revisit the Routine whenever you want. Choose Add action to again see your options. A favorite choice is to select Music, and then pick a specific song and band to play from a specific source (Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon Music, and more are all supported) whenever you give the command. That way, your tree can turn on while an Echo speaker plays a favorite holiday tune. It’s a great command to use when you’re coming home after a busy day.

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

It’s that time of year when the fall directions come down, and the festive Christmas decorations go up. If you’ll be hanging a bunch of Christmas lights around your house, here are several different methods for automating them, so that you never have to worry about turning them on and off manually.

Keep in mind that you don’t need to have the fanciest smarthome products to make this happen, but you’ll have a bit more flexibility as far as what you can do if you already have a smarthome hub. With that said, let’s get started.

The Cheapest, Simplest Option: Outlet Timers

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

If you just want your lights to turn on and off at a certain time every day, you can’t go wrong with some basic outlet timers. They’re cheap, and you can buy them pretty much anywhere. This two-pack is just $11 and is great for low-power, two-pronged appliances like Christmas lights and lamps.

They’re the simplest solution for Christmas light automation, as you just set the times you want the lights to turn on and off, plug it in, and you’re off to the races.

For Advanced Automation: Smart Plugs

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

If you want to do anything more than what an outlet timer provides, you should get a smart plug instead. You can program your lights to turn on and off at specific times, but unlike some outlet timers, you can also choose certain days to control your lights at different times. For example, on the weekends, you may want your Christmas lights on for longer than during the week.

Furthermore, if you only want to have your Christmas lights on when you’re home, you could set up an automation task based on your location that will turn the lights on when you get home and turn them off when you leave. Something like this will require a smarthome hub and its accompanying app (like the Wink Hub for instance), that way the app can use your phone for the location portion of the task, and then it would tell your Christmas lights what to do based on that information.

Or if you just like the idea of using your voice to turn your Christmas lights on and off, a smart plug is a great way to do that. Most smart plugs work with Alexa and Google Assistant. Some smart plugs will also work with Siri if they support HomeKit. Here’s how to find out which plugs support which standards.

For Exterior Lights: Weather-Resistant Timers or Smart Plugs

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

If you want to automate all of your exterior Christmas lights, you can still use timers or smart plugs, but you’ll want to make sure that they’re meant to be used in an outdoor environment.

This outdoor timer will work great if you’re looking for something cheap. If you want something with some smarts, this outdoor smart plug from iClever is simple, cheap, and works great.

Keep in mind, however, that it’s required by code in the US that exterior outlets be protected by a weatherproof box of some kind. There are many styles of outlet covers to choose from, but the downside is that you usually can’t fit an outlet timer or a smart plug into one of these and plug something in, while still being able to close the cover all the way. Be sure to check if your outdoor outlet covers are capable of this.

The best solution is to install a smart receptacle that completely replaces the traditional one currently in place. It’s like having a smart plug, but the smarts are integrated entirely into the receptacle itself, which saves a lot of physical space. With just a bit of know-how, you can install one of these yourself, and we have a guide that takes you through the process (it’s aimed at USB-equipped receptacles, but it will work with these outdoor smart receptacles as well)

Most of these use ZigBee or Z-Wave as their wireless protocol, so you’ll need a smarthome hub like the Wink hub to get them up and running (although you can find some that use Wi-Fi instead). But once you do, they work pretty much just like a smart plug does, allowing you to set up all sorts of automation tasks, like turning your Christmas lights on when it gets dark out, and turning them off when the sun comes up in the morning.

The Christmas season is nearly upon us, and that means it’s time to choose your gifts, schedule the Christmas parties and take the Christmas lights out of the loft. The internet has made shopping and arranging parties more convenient — so far, so obvious — but it’s made Christmas lights easier to control too. In this article, we’ll show you how how to get started.

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lightsInstead of turning on and off your Christmas lights by flicking on and off a plug on the wall, you can do it on your phone. This is achieved using a smart plug — literally an internet-connected plug.

Simply connect all of your Christmas lights together using a 4- or 6-way extension lead, then into the smart plug, and you’ll be in business. Open the app on your phone, and you can turn your lights on and off, whether you’re in the same room or a different continent. You can also do more clever things, like automatically turning the lights on at sunset or connecting multiple lights on different plugs and controlling them independently.

Of course this isn’t just useful for Christmas lights; the rest of the year you could use it to turn on a coffee machine, lamps or whatever other appliance you like.

We have a few options along these lines at Mobile Fun. D-Link do a cheap Smart Plug with an easy-to-use app, which offers energy use tracking and overheating protection as a nice bonus. You can get this as a single plug or a discounted pack of three.

Energenie also do a starter pack for a similar price, offering three plugs, a hub and a remote. Their offering can also use the stellar If This Then That (IFTTT) service, which lets you set up more complex routines. For example, you could turn on your lights earlier if the weather is bad, or coordinate with other elements in your smart home.

So there you have it – an easy way to control your Christmas lights using your Android or iPhone. Let us know what you think in the comments below, and stay tuned for more Christmas light control options in future articles!

7 Smart Lighting Tips That Will Make Your Life Easier

by Clare Controls , on Apr 17, 2017 2:08:44 PM

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lightsAdopting smart home lighting automation in your home will make your daily routines seamless. From waking up in the morning, to coming home from work late, or making sure your kids get to bed at a decent hour, smart lighting provides comfort that’s personalized to your routines.

Here are the top 7 security concerns that smart home automation can help you with:

1. Replace Your Audio Alarm With Light
Is your spouse sensitive to sounds? Don’t worry about waking them with a loud alarm. Customize your lights to turn on gradually for a gentle wakeup. Never hear that obnoxious beeping again.

2. Automatically Brighten The Porch At Sunset
It’s the middle of the night, you’re comfortably dozing off to sleep when you’re hit with the thought – did I turn on the porch light? It’s time to let your home take care of itself. With Clare, your home can follow routines you already have in place, such as automatically turning on the porch light at sunset, and turning them off when the sun rises. So enjoy your sleep – it’s taken care of!

3. Your Lights Can Help Get Your Kids Off To Bed At Night
Are the kids getting ready for bed? Don’t worry about checking anymore. Customize your home to automatically dim your kid’s lights at a specific time every night. Now you don’t have to worry about rushing to get them to bed.

4. Your Lights Can Welcome You Home
Getting home from work after sundown? Don’t worry about a dark walkway. Customize your lights at home to automatically turn on and welcome you home. Don’t worry about nighttime navigating anymore.

5. Turn All Your Lights On With A Single Tap To Illuminate Your Home
What was that sound? Don’t worry about suspicious sounds in the middle of the night anymore. Customize all of your lights to turn on and illuminate your home at the press of a button. Never be afraid of the dark again.

6. Your Child’s Bedroom Lamp Can Become The Perfect Nightlight
Is your child’s nightlight accessible? Don’t worry about your child being in the dark for a minute. Customize their bedroom lamp to automatically dim the lamp with a button press. Don’t worry about your child fumbling to adjust their nightlight in the dark.

7. You Can Turn Your Christmas Lights Into Smart Lights
Your Christmas Lights can become smart with plug-in dimmers or switches! No longer will you have to reach difficult to access outlets behind the Christmas tree, when you can turn the lights on through your phone. Out of town for the holidays? Make it look like you are home to prevent intruders by having the lights follow a Scene. Or create a custom schedule that will turn the lights off when you leave for work, and on when the sun goes down.

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

It’s that time of year when the fall directions come down, and the festive Christmas decorations go up. If you’ll be hanging a bunch of Christmas lights around your house, here are several different methods for automating them, so that you never have to worry about turning them on and off manually.

Keep in mind that you don’t need to have the fanciest smarthome products to make this happen, but you’ll have a bit more flexibility as far as what you can do if you already have a smarthome hub. With that said, let’s get started.

The Cheapest, Simplest Option: Outlet Timers

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

If you just want your lights to turn on and off at a certain time every day, you can’t go wrong with some basic outlet timers. They’re cheap, and you can buy them pretty much anywhere. This two-pack is just $11 and is great for low-power, two-pronged appliances like Christmas lights and lamps.

They’re the simplest solution for Christmas light automation, as you just set the times you want the lights to turn on and off, plug it in, and you’re off to the races.

For Advanced Automation: Smart Plugs

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

If you want to do anything more than what an outlet timer provides, you should get a smart plug instead. You can program your lights to turn on and off at specific times, but unlike some outlet timers, you can also choose certain days to control your lights at different times. For example, on the weekends, you may want your Christmas lights on for longer than during the week.

Furthermore, if you only want to have your Christmas lights on when you’re home, you could set up an automation task based on your location that will turn the lights on when you get home and turn them off when you leave. Something like this will require a smarthome hub and its accompanying app (like the Wink Hub for instance), that way the app can use your phone for the location portion of the task, and then it would tell your Christmas lights what to do based on that information.

Or if you just like the idea of using your voice to turn your Christmas lights on and off, a smart plug is a great way to do that. Most smart plugs work with Alexa and Google Assistant. Some smart plugs will also work with Siri if they support HomeKit. Here’s how to find out which plugs support which standards.

For Exterior Lights: Weather-Resistant Timers or Smart Plugs

How to schedule your smart home’s christmas lights

If you want to automate all of your exterior Christmas lights, you can still use timers or smart plugs, but you’ll want to make sure that they’re meant to be used in an outdoor environment.

This outdoor timer will work great if you’re looking for something cheap. If you want something with some smarts, this outdoor smart plug from iClever is simple, cheap, and works great.

Keep in mind, however, that it’s required by code in the US that exterior outlets be protected by a weatherproof box of some kind. There are many styles of outlet covers to choose from, but the downside is that you usually can’t fit an outlet timer or a smart plug into one of these and plug something in, while still being able to close the cover all the way. Be sure to check if your outdoor outlet covers are capable of this.

The best solution is to install a smart receptacle that completely replaces the traditional one currently in place. It’s like having a smart plug, but the smarts are integrated entirely into the receptacle itself, which saves a lot of physical space. With just a bit of know-how, you can install one of these yourself, and we have a guide that takes you through the process (it’s aimed at USB-equipped receptacles, but it will work with these outdoor smart receptacles as well)

Most of these use ZigBee or Z-Wave as their wireless protocol, so you’ll need a smarthome hub like the Wink hub to get them up and running (although you can find some that use Wi-Fi instead). But once you do, they work pretty much just like a smart plug does, allowing you to set up all sorts of automation tasks, like turning your Christmas lights on when it gets dark out, and turning them off when the sun comes up in the morning.

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Posted on November 20, 2015 by Lucas Concepcion in Smart Home // 0 Comments

When the holidays roll around, many people get creative with their Christmas lights by controlling them with home automation products. These festive smart homeowners turn their Christmas lights on and off with simple plug-in timers. If you want greater control of your holiday lights, then how about a just-as-simple remote control system from Home Controls? Here are a few options that allow you to control your indoor and outdoor holiday decorations!

(And at the end of the holiday season, you can keep using these devices to control regular household lamps and appliances for smart home automation all year long!)

SkylinkHome Lighting Basic Starter Kit

This is the system that Home Controls uses to turn the lights on and off on our Christmas tree, located in our office lobby.

You can easily add the SkylinkHome outdoor plug-in lamp/appliance module to control your outdoor Christmas lights, too!

For advanced control, add the SkylinkHome Internet Hub so you can control your holiday lights when you are not even home – with your cell phone! Did you forget to turn the lights off when you left the house? Now you can turn them off, and possibly prevent a fire! (A router and Internet connection are required.)

X10 Wireless Keychain Remote Starter Kit

  • Keychain remote provides wireless control for two modules
  • Lamp Module supports one incandescent lamp up to 300W
  • Transceiver Module supports one light or appliance up to 500W/15A
  • Both modules plug into standard power outlets
  • Plug-n-play, no wiring required
  • See How It Works: www.homecontrols.com/X10-Home-Automation-Kit-XTAUTOKIT1

NOTE: Lamp Modules support non-dimming incandescent lamps ONLY. Not suitable for other types of lamps such as fluorescent or energy-saving lamps, low voltage lamps, or lamps that include a dimmer control.