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Smart Lighting Showdown: Bluetooth Smart vs. Wi-Fi vs. ZigBee

It seems everyone is selling smart lighting products — from big box and specialty stores to local food markets. And that’s to say nothing about the many online stores out there! With so many vendors selling these products, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that more manufacturers are getting in on the fun. In doing so, however, it becomes increasingly harder to tell the differences between one smart lighting solution and another.
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