Here are some questions and answers for you to learn better of us and our hexagon lights.
1. Can I put the hexagon lights on wall?
Yes. We provide double-side adhensive pads with the hexagon lights. You can stick the modular touch tiles to walls to make a wall light, or touch canvas panels.
2. Can I put the hexagonal led tiles on table?
Yes. Use the stand we provide with the hexagon lamp to put the tiles on table, shelf or bed side.
3. How can we connect the hexagon led lights on another without the magnets?
Our hexagon lights are linked by nano USB board we provide. There are 6 USB ports on each hexagon lihgt. You can easily link them together with the USB board. And then use the triangle connector to fix your design.
4. How many hexagon wall lights can an 5V 2A adapter support?
Usually 10 pcs. 6 pcs are the best. The more you connect , the weaker the lights of the far end pieces are.
5. What if I want to put 60 hexagon led wall lights?
Please buy our model JE-Q04 and JE-Q02 with 12V 3A adapter we provide. These two models of smart wall lights can work under 12V 3A. Then you can put 60 pcs cool wall lights together.
6. How can I turn on all the light panels at the same time?
Please buy our model JE-Q04, JE-Q01 and JE-Q02. These models of panel light are remote controlled. You can turn on or turn off all at one press. And you can change colors or mode setting of the lights at the same time.
7. Can I use the hexagonal tiles as tap lights?
Yes. JE-Q01 and JE-Q03 are touch sensitive. You can tap the center of the hex panel lights to turn on and turn off or change colors.
8. Can I use the rest USB ports as power supply to other devices?
Yes. The rest USB porsts on the hexagon touch lights can be used as power supply for other devices like mini fan, charging cell phone, or charging bluetooth ear pieces.
9. What are the dimensions of each module?
The widest part of each module (corner to corner) measures 103mm, and side to side measures 90mm, thickness is 30mm.
10. Can I put them anywhere in my home? (Ceiling, bathroom, outside etc.)
The modules can be put most places in the home. If you are wanting to place the tiles on the ceiling then we recommend using a strong attachment method (buy the remote controlled and APP operated models). The modules are not waterproof so they should not be used in environments exposed to moisture/water. The modules should not be used outside.
11. What's the main differences between the remote hexagon lights (JE-Q01) and APP hexagon lights (JE-Q04)?
The remote hexagon lights (JE-Q01) is IR remote controlled + touch control. You can use remote to change colors and color changing modes. All the lights will change by the remote. You can also use your hand to touch the center fo the lights to change the colors and color changing modes. By touching , you can control the lights individually. The APP hexagon lights (JE-Q04) is operated only through your mobile phone. You can not touch to change colors. But there are more colors and changing mode on the APP in your phone.
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8 steps to convert your startup idea into a product/service
With the paradigm of world economics and commerce shifting towards the new generation of innovators with impressive success-stories- more and more people are coming up with increasingly brilliant startup ideas every day. Every aspiring entrepreneur dreams of his/her startup becoming the next big thing. But only those entrepreneurs have the potential to stand out from the rest of the crowd who have the willingness, motivation, and strategy to turn their ideas into reality.
They say a good beginning is a job half done. It applies to startups too. A major step of executing a plan is its kickstart. But that’s not all there is to it. Once you have put the plan into motion, you have to ensure all the wheels are getting oiled regularly. It’s your job to make sure that every hiccup is accounted for and everything is running smoothly.
Let us take a good look at 8 important steps that will help you achieve the task of turning your startup idea into a product or a service.
1.Doing your market research
Conducting market research is an important step towards determining whether your startup idea is worthwhile the effort or not. Market research includes identifying the problem, ensuring that there is a significant amount of population who agree that the problem really does exist-these people are your future customers, devising the product or the service you are planning to launch as a part of your solution, estimating the capital investment, the product/service cost, analyzing your potential competitors etc. Doing an in-depth market research helps you gauge the situation and plan ahead accordingly.
Ensuring the means
After researching the market and having a satisfactory estimate of all the requirements that’d go into building your product, the next step is to gather all the requirements. You need to ensure you have enough financial resources so that you’ll be able to invest in the startup. You might also consider applying for a loan in the bank or approaching an individual who can partner-up with you. The second important requirement is intellectual property rights. Intellectual property (IP) refers to the process by which an individual or company can own the rights to a created product, e.g. patents, copyright, and trademarks. Availing the IPRs can be beneficial for your company in the long term and help you avoid any unnecessary lawsuit.
Hiring a good team
A startup is a big responsibility and a one-man army building an entire company is usually something out of a fairytale. The talent and hard work of multiple people go into building a startup. It is a collective effort. Therefore it is very important to hire a talented and trustworthy team to whom you can delegate work. The quality of the team that you are hiring will have a direct implication on the quality of the product that is ultimately getting built and launched into the market. Therefore, this task must be performed meticulously by the entrepreneur themselves with utmost care.
Defining product specification
With the help of your entire team and co-founder, you can start the next step which is – zooming in on the specifications of your product. It is impossible to build a product unless you know everything about it, up until the very last detail. The measurements, ingredients, quality, packaging are some of the important specifications that the entrepreneur and their team must look into while they are designing a product. But the specifications don’t end here. They go much beyond and deeper than that. Accurately estimating the product estimation has a direct impact on whether your product is going to meet the government standards and will be allowed to launch in the market or not. The product also has to align with the taste of the customers who are being targeted. Therefore a lot of thought needs to be put into product specification.
Building the Product
After you’ve ensured that every requirement is accounted for, you may start building the actual product. Building a product that delivers what it has promised to the customers is a huge responsibility that will decide the fate of your company’s future. Therefore, the process must be meticulously organized and the plan must be acutely executed. The team must keep all of the needs of the user in mind as they create the product.
Creating a minimal viable product
A minimum viable product (MVP) is a product with just the basic, essential features. It is launched at a nominal number to provide the target customers with a taste of what they should expect from your company. This is not only a great way to promote your product, but also, it helps you gather feedback for future product development. Gathering insights from a minimum value product is inexpensive and costs less than developing and launching the final product with more features and at a larger scale, which increases investment cost and risk of monetary loss in case the product fails.
Testing with a pilot customer
Launching the first batch of your final product at a commercial scale can be a huge market risk. Even after accounting for all potential hiccups and gathering feedback via surveys and MVPs, the risk remains. Therefore, a great idea to warm up towards finally launching your product at a commercial level is arranging a pilot customer who can use/experience your product and provide you with honest feedback. The feedback provided to you by a pilot customer is more important than any prior feedback/survey because the product is now in its final form and any feedback to the final form of the product will only be aimed towards fine-tuning it instead of introducing any last-minute major changes. After any required fine-tuning, based on the feedback of the pilot customer, the product can be launched in the market.
8. Creating a brand
A startup is so much more than just identifying a problem and providing a solution. A significant number of people may agree to the problem but they may not necessarily be inclined towards buying the solution that you are building, This is where branding steps in. Branding goes beyond creating a logo or a social media page. It helps create an image of your product in the relevant market. It enables people to identify the product to its source, thus building a sense of truth in them. It helps you reach out to your customer, form a bond with them and ultimately convince them that you’re product or service will indeed help them fight the problem which they are facing. Branding also paves the way for your company to launch any new range of product in the future thus making it a very significant part of the entire process of turning your startup idea into a product/service.
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