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Logitech POP Smart Button Kit for One-Touch Control of Smart Home Devices in Any Room
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- Simple smart home control for the whole family: anyone in the home can control multiple smart home devices wirelessly with the press of a button instead of resorting to a smartphone app
- Customize each Pop button with up to three different commands. Easily trigger smart home devices with either a single-press, double-press, or press-and-hold.
- Controls smart lighting: Turns individual and groups of smart lights on/off to preset brightness, warmth and color levels. (Works with Philips Hue, LIFX, Insteon, Lutron lighting)
- Control Apple home kit enabled devices: use as a complement to Siri or home app commands to simply and securely control home kit devices and groups (scenes)
- Controls home entertainment: quickly access your favorite SONOS music playlists and stations or Start Harmony activities like “watch TV” when connected to a hub-based Harmony remote (sold separately)
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From the manufacturer
Includes smart button and Wi-Fi bridge for easy connection to your smart home devices.
POP the lights*, POP the music
Anyone in the home can control smart lighting including brightness and scene presets without needing to use a smartphone app. Quickly access your favorite Sonos playlists and more.
* Works with Philips Hue, LIFX, Insteon, Lutron lighting.
** Requires Harmony hub-based remote sold separately.
Logitech POP Smart Button Kit
Control your home at the push of a button
Logitech POP Smart Button lets everyone in the home control smart lighting, music, and more. Whether you have connected lights, blinds, locks, thermostats or other smart home devices, each POP button offers up to three different customizable commands. And POP works with Apple HomeKit-enabled smart home devices for simple, secure control. (Devices sold separately.)
- Control smart lighting*, music and more
- Set three separate commands per button
- Control multiple smart home devices with one button press
- Works with HomeKit-compatible devices and more
- Start/end Harmony one-touch Activities like 'Watch TV' **
- Simple setup with free POP mobile app
- Clean stick-on design—no mounting hardware needed
POP The Lights
Whether it’s movies, reading or a party, POP makes it easy to match lighting with lifestyle. Use the Apple Home app to set up HomeKit-compatible smart lighting, or use the POP app with Philips Hue, Insteon, LIFX, or Lutron lights for brightness, warmth, and color—then enjoy simple push-button control.
Smart lighting control
Create multi-device scenes
Home entertainment control
POP mobile app for iOS or Android, downloadable from the App Store or Google Play***, and:
- iOS: iPhone or iPod touch running iOS 10.3 or higher or,
- Android: Bluetooth technology-enabled and Wi-Fi-enabled smartphone running Android 4.4 or higher.
For use with HomeKit-enabled devices:
- Apple Home app.
- iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 10.3 or higher.
- Internet access***.
What’s in the box
- Smart button (with battery).
- Plug-in bridge.
- Mounting tape.
- User documentation.
Device Compatibility* :
- Apple HomeKit-enabled smart home devices.
- Smart lights: Philips Hue, Insteon, LIFX, Lutron.
- Blinds: Hunter-Douglas, Lutron.
- Locks: August Lock (requires August Connect or August Video Doorbell Cam).
- Connected music: Sonos**.
- Platforms: SmartThings, Belkin WeMo, IFTTT.
- Remote controls: Logitech Harmony Elite, Harmony Companion, Harmony Hub, Harmony Pro, and other hub-based Harmony remotes**.
* Device compatibility is subject to change. Devices not included.
** Sonos wireless HiFi and Harmony hub-based remote sold separately.
*** Initial mobile setup required. Data rates may apply for mobile app download.
Logitech pop smart button lets everyone in the home control smart lighting, music, and more. Whether you have connected lights, blinds, locks, thermostats, or other smart home devices, pop makes it easy to control devices individually, or in groups, using up to three different customizable commands. Use pop to start music, movies, and more. Use pop to play your favorite SONOS stations and playlists. Or, combine pop with a Logitech harmony hub-based remote to start an activity like “movie night“. and pop Works with Apple home kit-enabled smart home devices for simple, secure control. (Devices sold separately)
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1. You can setup the product to work with Homekit and ONLY Homekit. If you do this, then the product will not work any non-Homekit devices. So that means it will not work with your SONOS equipment, or any other non-Homekit equipment.
2. You can set it up using the Logitech app. If you do this, then the product will NOT work with Homekit.
Next, make sure your IOS device that you are using to run setup has Bluetooth on. Also, make sure this same device is connected to the 2.4 GHZ signal of your router and not the 5GHZ signal. Setup will fail if these two conditions are not met. Moving on, if you want to set it up with Homekit, then you need to use the built in IOS Home app. Do not use any other app, besides the IOS home app to setup the product. This is because all other apps will setup the bridge, but they won't setup the button. Therefore, nothing will work. Also, if you use another app, the installation may fail, for unknown reasons, and then the bridge might end up in a bad state. To reset the bridge, you need to unplug the bridge, and the press the Logi logo on the front of the bridge, while plugging it back into an outlet.
To setup the bridge, Launch the IOS Home app. Plug in the bridge. Wait for the LED on the bridge to flash. Then tap the PLUS sign, located at he upper right hand corner of the Home app. Follow the directions to install the bridge. Make sure you choose a Homekit Room for the bridge. By default, the Home app will place it in the Default room, which is the Unassigned Room. For the bridge, you can leave it in this default location. Once the installation of the bridge is done, setup will guide you to setup the buttons. You will also need to choose a room for the button as well. For the button, make sure you choose a Homekit room that button will actually be located in You can always change it later. You can also change the name of the button as well. However, note that the button communicates with the bridge via Bluetooth. So, you need to place the button, and bridge, no more than 50 feet apart. If there are things in the way of the signal, then you might need to move the button, or the bridge, around out of the sight of the obstruction.
There are three states for the buttons: Single Press, Double Press, and Long Press. The setup will list all the scenes, that was already created for all your Homekit devices, and then you can choose a scene for each of the button actions (Single Press, Double Press, and Long Press). What this actual does is setup Homekit triggers to execute the selected scenes when the button is pressed. Therefore, if you don't have any Homekit scene that you want to assign to the button, then you should create them before you setup the product. Homekit Triggers are basically rules that are run when the button is pressed. These rules need to be stored some where. If you want the rules to always run, whether your iPhone is on or not, then you need to setup an Apple TV (4th generation or later), or an iPad acting as hub for Homekit. If you don't do this, then rules will only run when your phone is on, since that's where the rules will be stored. If you are using an Apple TV or an iPad as a hub, make sure have 2 Factor Authorization turned on.
Once setup is completed, wait a few minutes for Homekit to sync the Triggers. Then you can Single Press, Double Press, and/or Long Press the button to test to see if the scenes were set to each button action correctly. Even if setup runs correctly, I find that the button is unreliable. Sometimes I press it and nothing happens and then sometimes, it responds right away. Sometimes, I need to unplug the bridge and plug it back again to get things working. Your mile may vary. Once setup is done, it would be a good idea to install the Elgato Eve app. Elgato Eve is a free Homekit app that you can use to configure different Homekit devices. You can use this app to more easily modify the triggers by adding conditions to the trigger (like adding a time characteristic to the trigger so that button presses only work during a certain time of the day). You can also change the scenes that are executed when the button is pressed as well. Just go to the Scenes tab, and then click rules tab to see the triggers. If you don't have any triggers, then any new ones are the ones that the IOS Home app created. The rule name will have the form: RoomNmae Button name [Single Press] [Double Press] [Long Press].
In the Elgato Eve app, Single Press will be represented as Input Event 0. Double Press will be Input Event 1 and Long Press will be represented as Input Event 2. The Home app by Matthias Hochgatterer is also good to trouble shoot and modify the triggers. But his app is not free.
For some reason, the battery in my POP Smart Button just died. Since Logitech does not have a Homekit app, the only way I knew this had happened was when I opened Elgato Eve. There was a red dot next to the Settings tab on the lower right had side of the screen. When I tapped the Settings tab, then hit Accessories, there was a red battery icon next to the POP Smart Button accessory.
This switch has died. I've tried to reset the switch many times. I have even replaced the batteries in it and it still didn't work. In less than a month, the product stopped working.
When the POP switch goes dead, there is no way to remove it from Homekit besides removing the bridge itself. Then you can re-add the bridge and then a new switch. Also, it does not appear to be away to update the firmware when it's hooked up to Homekit. All in all, thisis not a great Homekit switch.
Today, Philips updated their software so that their dimmer switch: Philips Hue Smart Dimmer Switch with Remote (Installation-Free, Exclusive for Philips Hue Lights) to be Homekit compatible. The four buttons can be assigned a Homekit Scene in the same manner as the Logitech POP switch. However, each button can only support one scene. There is no double and long press options. But since there are 4 buttons to program, this is good compromise. So far, this is working much better than the Logitech POP switch. Therefore, if you already have a Philips Hue system, or thinking about getting one, then check out their dimmer switch instead of the Logitech POP switch.
*** UPDATE ****
Happy to report that the setup of the new unit worked on the first attempt. However, after ~1 week of use I've found it to be non responsive 15% - 20% of the time. Not annoying enough to return, since it is very useful when it works, but certainly not worthy of 4+ stars especially considering the price. Conceptually this is a great device, but I'm looking forward to the next generation of the product when they will hopefully have some of the kinks worked out.
You can’t use these like a normal switch. You can’t say “tap to turn on” and “tap again to turn off”. Instead, off needs to be something else like “long tap” or “double tap”.