Bedroom side table with lamp showing day and dimmed lighting

create an experience to automate your schedule

Experiences are a fun and simple way to automate and set routines or schedules for your devices. You can set timers, schedule and other custom settings. An example of an Experience you can build is to have the kitchen lights turn off at 10:00 pm each weekday evening and call this your “Good Night” experience.

Bedroom side table with lamp showing day and dimmed lighting

create an experience to
automate your schedule

Experiences are a fun and simple way to automate and set routines or schedules for your devices. You can set timers, schedule and other custom settings. An example of an Experience you can build is to have the kitchen lights turn off at 10:00 pm each weekday evening and call this your “Good Night” experience.

Smart phone on counter plugged into a smart outlet

start your experience with different triggers

When creating your Experience, you will need to select a trigger type. Here are the different types of triggers:

Schedule Trigger

Actions will run at the specified time on the specified day. If you'd like a product to only run during a certain period of time, create a second Experience to "end" the first experience.

Example: Create an Experience to turn on your lights at 9pm every weekday. Create a second Experience if you'd like them to also turn off at 11pm every weekday.

Countdown Trigger

Actions will run at the end of a countdown which starts when you click the relevant shortcut. The shortcut button will appear on the home screen after you finish creating the Experience.

Example: Lights will turn on 5 minutes after pressing the “Lights on” shortcut.

Sunrise/Sunset Trigger

Actions will run at Sunrise or Sunset based on your location and the time of year.

Example: Lights will turn on at Sunset. In June, that will be 8 pm, in December that will be 4 pm.

Shortcut Trigger

Action will execute only when the relevant shortcut is clicked. The shortcut button will appear on the home screen after you finish creating the Experience.

Example: Lights will turn on when you press the “Lights on” shortcut.

Smart phone on counter plugged into a smart outlet

start your experience with different triggers

When creating your Experience, you will need to select a trigger type. Here are the different types of triggers:

Schedule Trigger

Actions will run at the specified time on the specified day. If you'd like a product to only run during a certain period of time, create a second Experience to "end" the first experience.

Example: Create an Experience to turn on your lights at 9pm every weekday. Create a second Experience if you'd like them to also turn off at 11pm every weekday.

Countdown Trigger

Actions will run at the end of a countdown which starts when you click the relevant shortcut. The shortcut button will appear on the home screen after you finish creating the Experience.

Example: Lights will turn on 5 minutes after pressing the “Lights on” shortcut.

Sunrise/Sunset Trigger

Actions will run at Sunrise or Sunset based on your location and the time of year.

Example: Lights will turn on at Sunset. In June, that will be 8 pm, in December that will be 4 pm.

Shortcut Trigger

Action will execute only when the relevant shortcut is clicked. The shortcut button will appear on the home screen after you finish creating the Experience.

Example: Lights will turn on when you press the “Lights on” shortcut.

​TIPS & TRICKS FOR LIGHTING SOLUTIONS

Lamp beside a lounge chair in a living room.

determine how much light you need

Brightness is measured in lumens and different tasks require different amounts of light. When choosing your NOMA™ bulb, check your base shape, your bulb shape, and then pick the ideal lumens that will suit the room.

Lamp beside a lounge chair in a living room.

determine how much
light you need

Brightness is measured in lumens and different tasks require different amounts of light. When choosing your NOMA™ bulb, check your base shape, your bulb shape, and then pick the ideal lumens that will suit the room.

Lamp on a side table next to a sofa

set different colour temperatures

The colour temperature of light is measured on the Kelvin scale from 2000 K to 6500 K. Warm White (2700 K - 3400 K) is best for bedrooms and living rooms to create a traditional cozy feel, while Cool White (3500 K - 4900 K) is ideal for offices and energizes a room. Daylight (5000 K - 6500 K) is great for bathrooms since it provides the greatest contrast among colours as you do your makeup or shave.

The NOMA™ app includes up to 5 pre-sets depending on your bulb so you can conveniently change your room temperature:

Candlelight (2000 K)
Soft White (2700 K)
White (3000 K)
Bright White (4000 K)
Daylight (5000 K)

NOMA™ also offers multi-coloured bulbs so in addition to the adjustable white colour temperature, you can choose from millions of colour variations to decorate your space.

Lamp on a side table next to a sofa

set different colour temperatures

The colour temperature of light is measured on the Kelvin scale from 2000 K to 6500 K. Warm White (2700 K - 3400 K) is best for bedrooms and living rooms to create a traditional cozy feel, while Cool White (3500 K - 4900 K) is ideal for offices and energizes a room. Daylight (5000 K - 6500 K) is great for bathrooms since it provides the greatest contrast among colours as you do your makeup or shave.

The NOMA™ app includes up to 5 pre-sets depending on your bulb so you can conveniently change your room temperature:

Candlelight (2000 K)
Soft White (2700 K)
White (3000 K)
Bright White (4000 K)
Daylight (5000 K)

NOMA™ also offers multi-coloured bulbs so in addition to the adjustable white colour temperature, you can choose from millions of colour variations to decorate your space.

WHICH NOMAiQ™ LIGHTING IS BEST FOR YOU?

WHITE BOX
Bulb
Bulb
Bulb
Bulb
Bulb
Bulb
Bulb

Product Name

NOMA iQTM
SMART Wi-Fi LED
A19 Multicolour
Bulb, 2pk

NOMA iQTM
SMART Wi-Fi LED
A19 Edison
Tunable White
Bulb, 2pk

NOMA iQTM
SMART Wi-Fi
LED A19 Warm
White Bulb, 2pk

NOMA iQTM
SMART Wi-Fi LED
Chandelier Tunable
White Bulb, 2pk

NOMA iQTM
SMART Wi-Fi LED
MR20 Multicolour
Bulb, 2pk

NOMA iQTM
SMART Wi-Fi LED
MR16 Multicolour
Bulb, 2pk

NOMA iQTM
Smart Wi-Fi 5m
Light Strip

Product #

152-2530

152-2593

152-2527

152-2594

152-2595

152-2533

152-2591

Shape

A19

A19 Edison

A19

B11 Chandelier

PAR20

MR16

Strip Light

Base

E26

E26

E26

E12

E26

GU10

N/A

Multicolour

Tunable White

Only Warm White
(3000 Kelvins)

Only Warm White
(3000 Kelvins)

Watts

9

7.5

9

4.5

6.5

5.5

11

Lumens

800

800

800

350

500

400

300

Life Hours

15,000

15,000

15,000

15,000

15,000

15,000

10,000

Energy Star

Dimmable

Google Assistant

Amazon Alexa

DataGuardTM
cyberscurity

chart

CONTROL YOUR COLOUR TEMPERATURE USING VOICE COMMANDS


​Google and Alex have different terminology for specific colour temperatures so make sure you use the right one.

2000 K
(Candlelight)

Candlelight

Warm, Warm White

2700 K

Incandescent

Incandescent

3000 K
(White)

Warm White/Soft White

Soft White

4000 K

Cool White

White

5000 K
(Daylight)

Daylight, White

Daylight, Daylight White

​TIPS & TRICKS FOR AIR PURIFIERS

NOMA iQ air purifier next to a sofa in a living room

choose the right air purifier for your home

Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) is a measure of the volume of air that is processed by the air purifier. The higher the CADR, the more powerful the air purifier. When choosing an air purifier for your home, select a unit with a higher CADR to purify your space more quickly.

NOMA iQ air purifier next to a sofa in a living room

choose the right air purifier
for your home

Clean Air Delivery Rate (CADR) is a measure of the volume of air that is processed by the air purifier. The higher the CADR, the more powerful the air purifier. When choosing an air purifier for your home, select a unit with a higher CADR to purify your space more quickly.

WHAT ROOM SIZE AIR PURIFIER SHOULD YOU CHOOSE FOR YOUR SPACE?

smart tip

How fast do you want clean air?

What room size air purifier should you chose?

1/5 Column
Small Space

up to 100 sq.ft.(9 m2)

Small, Medium, Large

Room
Size

Medium Space

100 to 250 sq.ft.(9 to 23 m2)

Medium, Large

1/5 Column
Large Space

250 sq.ft.(23 m2) or more

Large

Two NOMA iQ air purifiers set on a living room floor

maximizing the power of filtration

All NOMA™ air purifiers come with a pre-filter and a carbon-lined, odour-reducing True HEPA filter.

The washable pre-filters extend the life of the core True HEPA filter by initially filtering out larger particles such as pet hair and dust. They are also easy to clean by vacuum or putting it in the wash.

The True HEPA filter is the primary filter for the air purifier and captures up to 99.97% of airborne particles down to 0.3 microns. This True HEPA filter is also carbon-lined to reduce odours in the air.

Two NOMA iQ air purifiers set on a living room floor

maximizing the power of filtration

All NOMA™ air purifiers come with a pre-filter and a carbon-lined, odour-reducing True HEPA filter.

The washable pre-filters extend the life of the core True HEPA filter by initially filtering out larger particles such as pet hair and dust. They are also easy to clean by vacuum or putting it in the wash.

The True HEPA filter is the primary filter for the air purifier and captures up to 99.97% of airborne particles down to 0.3 microns. This True HEPA filter is also carbon-lined to reduce odours in the air.

Top view of a NOMA iQ air purifier showing on/off switch

optional ionizer function captures even finer particles

An ionizer electrically charges a room's air molecules so your air purifier can trap fine airborne particles less than 0.3 microns more efficiently. Fine particles smaller than 2.5 microns are the most hazardous to your respiratory health. NOMA iQ’s air purifiers have a manual ionizer switch so you can choose when you'd like to have it on or off.

Top view of a NOMA iQ air purifier showing on/off switch

optional ionizer function
captures even finer
particles

An ionizer electrically charges a room's air molecules so your air purifier can trap fine airborne particles less than 0.3 microns more efficiently. Fine particles smaller than 2.5 microns are the most hazardous to your respiratory health. NOMA iQ’s air purifiers have a manual ionizer switch so you can choose when you'd like to have it on or off.

ALLERGEN GUIDE


​Particles smaller than 25 microns are the most hazardous to your respiratory health.
learn what type of filters to use from fine particles to large particles.