|Item Weight||8.5 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3.74 x 3.74 x 5.01 inches|
|Item model number||LHB30E26UC10P|
|Style||BR30 - Single|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Luminous Flux||1100 Lumen|
|Special Features||Works with Alexa, Apple HomeKit and the Google Assistant|
|Included Components||LIFX + (BR30) Wi-Fi Smart LED Light Bulb with Infrared for Night Vision, Adjustable, Multicolor, Dimmable, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa|
|Warranty Description||2 year warranty.|
LIFX + 1100-Lumen BR30 Smart LED Light Bulb with Infrared (LHB30E26UC10P) Multi Colored - 17W - New
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.74 x 3.74 x 5.01 inches|
|Color Temperature||9000 Kelvin|
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- Works with Amazon Alexa to support dimming, shades of white, and color settings through voice control (Alexa device sold separately)
- 16 million colors, warm to cool whites and infrared for night vision
- Easy to set up, built in wifi - no hub required
- Bright - equivalent to 75W bulb
- Works with Alexa, Apple HomeKit and Google Assistant
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From the manufacturer
Transform your space with over 16 million colors and a thousand shades of white. Go one step further and bring your rooms to life with themes and animations.
Scheduling & Automation
Set your lights to come on or off at any time of the day with schedules. Or use Day & Dusk automation which tailors the brightness, color and temperature of your lights to compliment your day with each section designed to enhance your health and lifestyle.
Set the Mood
With simple in app or voice controlled dimming you can set the right mood for any time of the day.
See the Night
The LIFX + boosts your infrared enabled security camera to help you look after the things you love — even in the dark. Extend the vision of your camera down long hallways, outside windows and around dark corners.
Download the LIFX, follow the on-screen instructions and enjoy! Add more LIFX lights at any time to unlock more features! Regular software updates and cutting-edge integrations mean LIFX lights only improve over time.
Just plug in and get started. With all the intelligence built into the light it is easy to kick start your connected home. No technical skills or additional hardware needed.
The Simple Connected Home.
LIFX lights combine built-in features and intuitive integrations to make building your smart home easy. Connect your lights seamlessly with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, The Google Assistant, IFTTT, SmartThings, Nest, Arlo, Flic and more!
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LIFX + (Br30) Wi-Fi smart LED light bulb with infrared for night vision, adjustable, multicolor, dimmable, no hub required, works with Alexa. With LIFX, how your bulb connects is important, so all of our WiFi technology is built right into each individual bulb - no hub required. Works with Nest.
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I have Eeros that are pretty close to each light and my exterior walls are thin (80’s California construction standards).
I’m guessing this is a fixable problem. It would be understandable if sometimes the light disconnected. The frustrating part is they don’t know how to recover or reset themselves on their own. Hopefully the manufacturer can address this. I have a support case open with them, but they only respond every week or so and their only real suggestion so far was to create DHCP reservations for each bulb (which didn’t work).
This light is very customization, requires no hub, and is easily integrated into home systems with IFTTT. However, the bulb disconnects from my home network constantly. After it disconnects, it does not reconnect without a hard power cycle (unplug the lamp from the wall and plug back in). Even a power cycle doesn't always bring back the light.
The light typically remains connected for 3-4 hours, however it always disconnects within 6 hours and sometimes disconnects within 10 minutes. When it disconnects, it freaks out by strobing random colors for a few second intermittently before settling back to the default white. After that, it is unresponsive and not seen on the network.
I gave it a few weeks with multiple configurations to see if it was something in my network causing the problem. My wireless access point is 5 feet away from the light and the only partial obstruction is the lamp shade. I tried putting the wireless access point directly under the light to bypass the lamp shade obstruction with no change in failure rate. My wireless access point says it can handle 100 simultaneous connections and I have less than 16, so it is not a limit on my wireless access point. My network is configured to offer 254 ip addresses, so it is not my DHCP. I am a network technician by trade, albeit focused on large WANs and have little patience for advanced networking at home.
I also removed all of my IFTTT applets from the lights just in case they were causing conflicts. This had no effect. I have a LIFX Z strip in the same room that has no problems remaining connected. I am a bit sad to move to another smart bulb eco-system while keeping the LIFX Z strip, but I'll figure that out.
I am aware that this error is not typical and a replacement would likely resolve this issue. However the return process for me is long since I'm overseas and therefore more time "expensive". I intend to use these lights at a family event in 30 days and don't to risk a second failure.
They are easy to use and control with great themes and effects, and together with the Logitech Pop I have elegant and configurable wall switches that anyone of any age can use - my three-year-old daughter gets to have her colour theme and she can turn it on when she wants :) without necessarily using a phone or app to control them. Now with the IR in the LIFX + my security cameras see clearly at night into every corner without disturbing us at all. Well done LIFX on another beautiful part of my life! I can't wait to try out the new LIFX Z strip lights too :)
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There are two features that differentiate the Lifx+ and regular Lifx bulbs. If you're home doesn't need IR LEDs and water protection, I'd suggest you go with the regular Lifx bulbs (which I have reviewed as well). Use the Lifx+ either outside, or in your bathrooms or areas of high moisture.
- Bright (1100 lumens)
- IR LED (enhances visual range of smart home cameras like Nest Cam Indoor/IQ)
- Water resistant
Again, if you want the full story on the Lifx bulb, check out my review on that product. I'll summarize that review after I go through the differentiating features. I've done a comparison between the Lifx bulbs and the Philips Hue Color Ambiance so check out my site in the profile.
The IR LED's is going to be useful for people running night-vision enabled smart home cameras such as the Nest Cam IQ/Indoor as well as the D-Link Omna. From my basic testing, I was able to get the a distance of 40 ft with the IR LED's which basically doubles the IR LED's found on the Nest and D-Link Cameras.
The bulb itself gets quite warm even though it looks "off" so you know something is going on. I will admit that it was mildly creepy being able to see myself in my smart home camera's feed while I was stumbling around in a dark room.
For the extra water protection, Lifx doesn't give the bulb any sort of IP rating (I would have expected at least an IP67 rating) but does state that the bulb can be used outside as long as there is no direct contact with water. So make sure you use the bulbs in a covered porch or in a steamy bathroom.
The extra $20 dollars adds up fast so I would be picky where I use the bulbs. I personally wouldn't use them as my base bulb, I'd go with a set of regular Lifx bulbs.
Now if you remove the IR LED's and extra water protection, you're basically stuck with a regular Lifx bulb. Which is a good thing! The standout feature for the Lifx bulb is the brightness at 1100 lumens. That's approx. 70% brighter than the average Hue Color Ambiance bulb. I use a full set of Lifx bulbs in my basement/office/video review area and the brightness is noticeable. I love being able to set the working area to a nice cool color to help focus my minds in the morning and a warm color at night while I power down for the night.
The Lifx app is well designed with the standout feature being the "effects". These effects are basically "scenes" on steroids and some of the effects allow you to interact with the lights such as the music visualizer. Check out the video to see it in action!
Some will say the lack of base station is a plus but unless you have a hard to reach router, that shouldn't be an issue for most people.
Happy Smart Home Lighting!
Conectividad, dado que ni en sistema tipo malla (velop) o con un router dedicado a menos de 1-2 mts de las Mismas logre mantener sincronia con su servidor y poder controlarla remotamente, desconectaban y reconectaban un Maximo de 4 horas y quedaban en manual, de hecho Su soporte tecnico, ofrece posibilidad de ser beta testers, termine devolviéndolas.
The bulb is bright and seems to work alright. It seems there is no way to turn on the power to the bulb without it turning on, as you might wish to do if want the infra-red light only unless turned on and off with a smart switch or automation. So turning on the light switch requires then turning off with a smart switch. The bulb, when powered up does not send an "turned on" automation event to allow home automation to respond to the on bulb.