Rashmi Jameela. lamps. May 12th , 2017.
You need to make your post lamp a "smart post lamp." Find the wall switch that controls the post lamp. Replace it with smart switch module. You can still turn it on and off by pushing the switch. But now you can also send a remote command to control the switch. You need a "controller" module that will send your command to your smart switch. If you already have a home wireless network and Internet service, find a wall outlet near your router. Connect the router to the controller using an Ethernet cable. Plug the controller module into the wall outlet and you're ready to go.
Cut the mica sheets into the desired measurement. Slip it into the metal lampshade or fit into desired areas. Hold mica sheets in place with glue or tape or if you have tabs at the back of the fold, fold them in to hold the sheet in place. Mica lamp shades can be designed by using circular or square or even rectangular shaped rims.
Bring up your home automation application on your laptop. Then instruct the controller to turn on your post lamp. Your "smart switch" that controls the post lamp "reads" the signal and turns the lamp on. If you are using Insteon home automation, the command from the controller is sent over the electrical wiring in your house and simulaneously is sent out wirelessly. This "dual mesh" Insteon automation setup is both flexible and reliable. It is not expensive. You can also control the plug-in lamps in your living room or porch by adding compatible modules.
4. Mica produces a marble look and mica lamp shades are easy to make and you can do it yourself as well.
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