|Item Weight||9.9 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5 x 5 x 5 inches|
|Item model number||2674-222|
|Style||LED Recessed Bulb|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Special Features||Insteon compatible|
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Insteon 2674-222 PAR38 12-watt LED Bulb for Recessed Lights
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- Energy-saving, 12W LED bulb shines as brightly as a 75W incandescent bulb
- Featuring dual-band Insteon technology for the fastest and most reliable performance
- Software configurable: link to additional controllers, add to scenes and customize ramp rates and brightness levels
- Up to 52,000 hour life
- Award-winning Insteon technology provides superior performance and reliability
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|Shape||Reflector||PAR38||Round||A19, E26 Fitting||PAR38||A19|
|Light Source Type||LED||LED||LED||LED||LED||LED|
|Additional Features||Insteon compatible||led light||Dimmable||• Control your lights from anywhere with your tablet or smartphone using the free Kasa app (iOS, Android) • Dim brightness to customize lighting and suit your mood • Check on lights remotely and power them off for peace of mind • Control lights individually or in groups by saving your favorite light settings as Scenes • Set schedules, timers, and countdowns and have your lights work around your life • Track real-time and historical energy use to stay informed and save • Use Away Mode to turn lights on and off at different times to give the appearance that someone is home • Compatible Wi-Fi Bands: 802.11n, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi • Lifetime: 22.8 yrs, up to 25,000 hrs||Flood light bulb||Dimmable|
|Wattage||12 watts||13||7 watts||8 watts||17||11.5|
Insteon LED Bulbs are award winning for a reason: packed into each bulb is both energy efficient power saving LED illumination as well as advanced Insteon technology for complete remote control throughout your home. It's easy to control using Insteon Switches and Keypads, Insteon Wireless Remotes or via your smartphone when used with Insteon Hub.
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1) These bulbs require an insteon hub- I got a hub in my plug in dimmer kit and it works well with these bulbs
2) These bulbs DO support dimming features, I tried on-off and dim 50% though other % also work.
3)There is an app for Windows on your PC - AND for Windows Phone (I'm using Windows for Mobile 10). It worked with bulbs and plugin dimmers and I've done on-off-and dim as a test for each of my four devices. It isn't just for android and iPhone. (YAY!)
4) You should plug your hub into an actual wall outlet, you can use an extension cord but NOT a power strip (it messes with the signal)
5) You will need to plug the hub into a network port (hub, router, or wall) using the included RJ45 jacked cable. There is no Wi-Fi option.
6) When you download the app- bring a single device online at a time. You have to start the add device process before plugging in or screwing in bulb then it'll auto-discover.
7) It helps to use your phone/pc near the hub and device when setting up -- there's a timeout during set up you don't want to run to another room.
8) Give your devices simple easy to use names
9) Discover your devices from within the Alexa App
10) Call out 'Alexa Living Lamp On' or use options like Off - dim to 50% - set to 100% - dim to 80% etc.
11) Using the insteon app it's easy to schedule On/Off times or set schedule by night/day. Be sure to save your change in each window or it loses changes when you go back to the root scheduling page for the device. Aka- set On time and save- then go back and set off time and save.
12) Dual Band devices like the dimming plugins are basically signal strengtheners/repeaters. Install your closest Dual Band devices closest to the hub before installing devices farther from the hub unit.
Also- I'm a die hard incandescent bulb fan and i found these LED bulbs gave off a pleasant warm white color. Also - the closer you are to the hub the faster the response to your commands. I found within 16 ft, a 2 count occurs between requesting and executing a command. At a distance of ~54 ft a 4 count occurs between request and execution. At a distance of about 30 feet from Alexa, down a hallway and through a wall I was able to activate a voice command for a device about 54ft from the hub, with three walls between the device and hub.
The bulb is a bit wider than a normal incandescent bulb and as such I had one lamp fixture (an old oil lamp converted to a lamp) where the bulb wouldn't fit inside the glass chimney. Also the bulb lights up only at the top portion of the bulb, it looks just fine in the small white and blue shaded lamps I have, but strange in my downward facing tulip bedside lamp with the glass beaded shade as it doesn't glow softly from the sides.
On a whole I was so emboldened by the freedom this product provides and the ease of setup I already have one more bulb, a thermostat, an outlet, and several dimmer and on/off switches on order. Currently I only have one device in any given room so I haven't tried creating groups yet - however I will be trying this as soon as other devices are installed.
**** 8/29 update - I created a scene in my insteon app today, to group several fixtures together (as a start three bulbs and one plugin dimmer). While I was able to turn this scene on/off from my PC- I wasn't able to control this insteon scene from Alexa - I had to create a group for the same units directly in alexa's app instead. << just a little tip for ya :)
You don't need to do any wiring, any special switches, nothing. Just plug in the bulb... turn on the regular wall switch... and *leave the switch on* (I tape my mine in the "on" position with a little clear tape)... and that's it. The bulb gets recognized as a device and you can program away.
Okay, so they're expensive... and they only light in the direction of the bulb but not at all "back" (so they're good for ceiling "cans" but not great for floor lamps since the light is asymmetric... but they don't use any power and they never burn out... and you don't need to do any wiring... and they're *perfect* for hard to reach places where you just want to put the bulb in and leave it at that.
Last point... and an important one... I have a very old house (1917) and I have only two wire electric in part which I just could *never* make work with the Insteon switches. But here I just left the old switch in place and put in the LED bulb and programmed it... and voila... it works perfectly with the existing wiring. Problem solved.