|Item Weight||2.53 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4 x 2.3 x 2.3 inches|
|Item model number||461012|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Switch Style||No California Residents|
|Usage||Indoor use only|
|Included Components||Philips Hue White A19 60W Equivalent Smart Bulb Starter Kit (Compatible with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and Google Assistant)|
|Warranty Description||2 years parts and labor.|
Philips Hue White A19 60W Equivalent Dimmable LED Smart Bulb Starter Kit (2 A19 60W White Bulbs and 1 Hub Compatible with Amazon Alexa Apple HomeKit and Google Assistant), 2 Pack
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- Works with Alexa for voice control (hub required and included, Alexa device sold separately).
- Enhance your home with soft white lighting, controlled remotely wherever you are. Set timers and light schedules, automating your lights to make it seem like someone is home even when you are away.
- Each kit contains 2 Philips Hue White A19 60W Energy Star Certified LED Smart bulbs (able to fit most lamps and overhead lights); Philips Hue Bridge that can reliably control up to 50 Hue lights without slowing your WiFi; three-year warrantee.
- To install, simply screw in the smart bulbs into your desired light location, download the Hue mobile app and pair your Hue bridge. Control smart-bulb-equipped lamps and overhead lights via the Philips Hue App.
- Easily expand your lighting system with accessories (sold separately), such as a Hue Dimmer Switch, Hue Tap, or Hue Motion Sensor. Pair it with your other Smart Home devices like Nest or SmartThings system.
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Control your Hue lights using your Voice
Scroll through to watch how to set up your Hue lights with Amazon Echo
Control your Smart Bulbs with a mobile device, whether at home or away
Take your Smart Light control with you when you travel, edit routines and set timers even when you’re away from home
Add color and voice control
Expand your system with Hue Smart Lights in 16 million colors to accent your home and unleash your creativity. Add up to 50 lights throughout your home on one Hue Hub, no Wi-Fi extender required. Like Hue White smart lights, Hue color lights are Energy Star certified and last up to 22 years.
Do I need a Hue Hub to control my lights with an Echo?
With the regular Echo it is necessary to have a Hue Hub in order to control your Hue lights. If you have an EchoPlus device, you will only have access to basic features - on / off / dim /using pre-set scenes.
Can I control Hue lights without a Hue Hub?
Yes, you can either add Hue White bulbs to a dimmer switch (up to 10) or go for a Hue luminaire that is pre-paired with a Hue dimmer. However, this does not work with Hue color lights.
Does the Hue Hub need to be plugged into a router or can it be used with a Wi-Fi connection only?
Yes, for the Hue Hub to work, it necessary for it to be hard-wired into your primary router using the included Ethernet cable.
Do I need internet to control the Hue system?
No. You can hard-wire your Hue Hub into a router without internet. However, this means that you will only have access to your Hue system while at home, not remotely. An internet connection is needed to control your lights remotely.
Can I use my Hue lights outside or in the bathroom?
We recommend only using Hue Outdoor Smart lights outside and special bathroom luminaires in the bathroom as these are tested for those environments.
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ABOUT HUE: Philips Hue is the World’s Leader in Smart Lighting.* Extend Smart Lighting throughout your home, including outdoor spaces, with the Philips Hue system. What is smart lighting you may ask? It means absolute control of your home's lighting through your smartphone, tablet, Hue wireless dimmer switches and sensors or even with your voice. As a bonus, Philips Hue is the only smart lighting product with Energy Star certification and lasts up to 22 years. GOT VOICE? Do you already have a favorite Voice or Smart Home assistant? With the most options for Voice control, Philips Hue Smart Light bulbs work with any Voice or Smart Home Assistant (Works with Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple HomeKit, Microsoft Cortana, IFTTT, Nest, Logitech, SmartThings, Razer, Xfinity). HOW IT WORKS: Hue smart light bulbs are wireless connected to the Hue Hub (included in Hue Starter Kits, also sold separately) using a technology called Zigbee. Thanks to this technology one bulb can transmit the signal also to other bulbs, so you don’t need to add a Wi-Fi extender to cover all the rooms in your house or clog up your Wi-Fi network with additional Wi-Fi devices. Add up to 50 light points on one Hue Hub.
* According to market share data from leading research bodies in US and Europe; these markets represent over 90% of global sales of both Philips Hue and the Smart Lighting industry.
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The pros: The quality in obvious when you pick one up, and they work well. The light is good, and the color is pleasant on both the color bulbs and the white. The bulbs use a hub. The hub is actually a good thing as it keeps your wifi traffic down and improves your network speed by not bogging it down with light bulbs and outlets. But well...that's pretty much the end of the pros.
The cons: 1. They're higher than giraffe teeth. Phillips apparently thinks their crap doesn't stink when it comes to these bulbs. But my biggest gripe by far is that if I buy a four pack to get a discount, phillips forces me to buy another hub. One hub supports up to FIFTY devices. FIFTY!!!! Why do I need a dozen hubs to be able to purchase fifty bulbs? I DON'T. And that's what sucks about these bulbs to no end. You cannot come out ahead buying them in bulk and it's going to cause Phillips to eventually have to terminate this product due to insanely high costs to purchase. There are MUCH cheaper bulbs now available that will do exactly what these will. However, nearly all of them are wifi bulbs which don't utilize a hub and that isn't good either.
2. Alexa supports them. Oh joy! (NOT) As stated Phillips rams the hubs down your throat. So once you have a hub and you buy an Alexa device that supports them, the Alexa app now shows multiple devices for each bulb. It shows the one on the hub, and the one the Alex device picked up and you can't remove them.
3. All Alexa devices that support these bulbs utilize a crippled hub. So many apps that you want to use with the bulbs won't work because the apps all use the Hue hub and can't connect to Alexa to work. It's a problem with no solution other than not using Alexa. >:( Amazon, Phillips, are you listening?
First off, these lights are not WET RATED, but I have taken the risk of putting them in each of my porch lights. So far my experience has been good, but it has rained very little since install. Using the Hue app, I was able to set the lights to automatically turn on at sunset and off at sunrise, which is something I struggle with. I remember to turn the porch lights on at bed, but forget to turn them off when I wake. These do it for me, which is great.
I also placed on in my hallway to use as a nightlight. The brightness can adjust from 1% - 100% from the app or via Alexa, and it's a great night light replacement. My kids prefer this light over a traditional nightlight due to the light that it emits over an entire area versus a small area against a wall.
The lights are soft white, so not overpowering, but they're pretty bright. They look great on the porches and are a great addition to my smart home.
The setup of the hub is easy, and it's even easier to set it up with Alexa! It's easy to then control your lights from your phone, through Alexa, and even Xfinity Home application if you have Home Security.
-- Precise dimming (much more flexible than typical 3 stage lamps)
-- Works with Siri, Google, and Alexa!
-- Truly easy to setup, 1 button to press to sync everything
-- Expandability and ecosystem, can't wait to add color Hue's, light strips, and portable lamps
-- Much more expensive than regular bulbs, and you will want to buy more over time
-- Philips must continue to update software to keep these bulbs and ecosystem relevant in the coming years
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Esto de la automatización se ha vuelto realmente una adicción, empiezas con un kit de inicio y después vas añadiendo más y más focos, el sistema de Phillips trabaja de forma eficiente, todo funciona bien, eso si, hay que tener una buena red inalámbrica para que todos los focos lleguen a conectar bien.
La automatización de Apple HomeKit funciona perfecto y a través de un Apple TV se pueden controlar vía remota es decir puedes encender los focos aunque no estés en tu casa, agregando sensores de movimiento lo hacen todavía más sencillo para algunas partes de la casa.
El acceso remoto también funciona usando la App Phillips Hue para iOS y Android pero te limita el uso a solo iluminación, usando Apple HomeKit puedes agregar otros accesorios Smart y combinarlos con tu sistema de iluminación.
- Controlables mediante Siri (Apple HomeKit).
- Buen brillo. Brillo regulable (desde muy bajo brillo, hasta muy brillante).
- Fácil instalación y uso.
- Se pueden prender y apagar manualmente (con el interruptor normal) sin que se des-configuren ni mucho menos. Por supuesto también se pueden prender y apagar con la aplicación del celular, o con siri.
- Se pueden programar, por ejemplo, para que se prendan en la mañana con una transición desde un brillo bajo, hasta un brillo alto, en un periodo de tiempo especificado.
- El precio es un tanto elevado, aunque lo valen.
Decidí comprar este sistema en lugar de otros de otras marcas porque este es compatible con todo, tiene mil opciones de tamaños de focos y los venden en todos lados. Hay aplicaciones oficiales para crear ambientes en cada habitación, otras que hacen que los focos cambien color con la música y otras cosas curiosas.
El "bridge" o Centro de Control se debe conecta a la luz (enchufe de pared normal) y por cable de red al Router de tu casa, así que es una cosa más que debes tener conectada por ahí pero se configura muy rápido por medio de la App y nunca hay que hacerle algo más. El sistema funciona aun sin conectar el "bridge" al Router (sin internet) pero no se puede controlar el sistema cuando estás fuera de casa.
Yo lo compré en un momento en que este paquete costaba lo mismo que el puro "bridge" o centro de control solito así que estoy mas que contento.
Ahora en tiempo de frio estoy bajo miles de cobijas, modo calientito y no me quiero levantar asi que solo tengo que darle la instruccion a Google para que lo prenda o apague.
Estoy pensando seriamente comprar las tiras y los focos de color para conectarlo con mi consola y tener un poco mas de ambientacion, si trabajan como este foco esta perfecto.
Tal vez el único punto en contra para mí es que los focos son de luz cálida, preferirá que fueran de luz fría