|Item Weight||6.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.38 x 2.38 x 4.5 inches|
|Item model number||71932|
|Color||Soft White Color|
|Style||A19SW + Gateway.|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Certification||Lighting Facts, UL Listed|
|Special Features||Shatter resistant, Instant On, Dimmable|
|Included Components||1 Light Bulb + 1 Gateway|
|Warranty||2 year warranty.|
SYLVANIA General Lighting 71932 Sylvania SW Zigbee Starter Kit, Includes: (1) A19 DIM 60W & (1) Lightify Gateway, Soft White Color
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- Enjoy Soft White Color at 2700K and dimming capabilities right from your smartphone; Dim the lights before bedtime or increase the brightness to keep a well lit house at night
- Integrate voice control by pairing an Amazon echo or Google home device to your compatible zigbee hub; Enjoy the benefits of hands free Lighting control by asking to adjust the lights
- Ideal for your favorite Ceiling Fan lights, floor lamps, table lamps, Pendant lights, and more throughout your home
- Whether you forgot to turn a light off or want to turn your lights on before you come home from work, you can monitor your lights right from your smartphone
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Connect your SYLVANIA smart+ ZigBee soft white a19 LED light bulb directly to your lightify gateway to bring your smart home lighting experience to the next level. A Soft White Color temperature is perfect for relaxing. Take control of your lighting experience from anywhere using your smartphone or tablet by creating schedules and automations that fit into your daily routine. Never come home to a dark house by using your smartphone to turn your lights on when you’re coming home late or add security by keeping a well-lit house when you’re away on vacation. With voice integration using the lightify gateway, use Amazon Alexa or Google assistant to control your lights. Simply pair them to your hub and start creating your own personalized lighting experience.
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I believe the need to move these devices is more a Zigbee signal issue than anything wrong with the compatibility of the two hubs...
This is our second Zigbee-based hub and second brand of Zigbee light bulbs - we also have a 1st gen Wink Hub and the GE Link light bulbs.
It seems that with all of WiFi-based Zigbee hubs setup is a bit painful. Every time I have to change a network it is worse than the initial setup - which also is not painless. Unfortunately, Wink has had numerous outages as of late and we needed another option. Since we only have light bulbs on our Zigbee network, we were not so worried about the Zigbee devices being migrated to another "cloud" service.
This hub uses the OSRAM Lightify smartphone app. Interestingly, if the app crashes before you have added any devices you have to reset the device to defaults as the app will only continue from the beginning. When adding devices, you need to choose whether the type is a bulb, switch, or sensor - it does not list anything by brand, it just scans/discovers those that are in pairing more and you hope the device is supported before and after discovery (as I found little about compatible products online). After discovering my new light bulbs (though you could discover any of the three types at setup), the app displayed their names as a serial number-ish ID with the type (aka A19_10yr) in the name. It seems that when you add devices that you can do it en-masse as it keeps scanning for more until you press next, though I did not test pairing more than one at a time. After hub and device setup, the app shows home, devices, features, and setting icons along the bottom of the screen. Home allows you to make groups for room names, though I could not create two groups containing the same light bulb. Devices allows you to list the paired devices by count of each type - device, switch or sensor. Features allows you to setup an on/off schedule (ala Wink/SmartThings, etc.) as well as wake-up lights, vacation mode, and "tv simulation". Settings is like most other smartphone hub apps- here you can find app versions, get help, change accounts, activate light bulb fading (for on/off), change time and WiFi networks, install system and device updates, reset factory defaults, delete all preferences, and logout from your account.
The hub cloud account also paired with both Google home and Alexa per the usual way - adding the login to Google Home app followed by "sync devices" and the Lightify skill to Alexa followed by a discover. After adding the hub to the voice assistants, both discovered the obtuse names of the light bulbs, but not the group that I had placed them in. Luckily in their current versions, both the Alexa app and the Google Home app allow the editing of device names and addition of room names as well as the ability to move devices between rooms. So, after all the renaming was complete the new devices functioned with both voice assistants.
While I cannot yet speak to the range of this smaller device nor to its compatibility with most devices, I am not a fan of its lack of a naming convention for each bulb within the app as it is still not pretty to have to remember the device name in the app to control it manually. Also, while there was no issue at all using the app for on/off and dimming, both voice assistants both have had some issue with consistently completing on/off operations (whether by name or by complete room) on speaker devices as well as on the assistants' respective phone apps. When I asked it to turn on the computer room, it would sometimes turn on everything except the bulb paired with the hub... and when I asked it to turn on the bulb it would think it had completed the command appropriately thought the bulb still sometimes did not come on (similar issues with turning it off). Also, responses to voice requests seem to take a few seconds longer than with Wink when they work. Testing the Lightify app over and over provided consistent results with expected outcomes, so I assume that the issue is with Sylvania's cloud interactions with Amazon and Google -- This NEEDS to be addressed by Sylvania lighting's current owner.
While it seems the Sylvania/OSRAM cloud service and hub work fine without interference from all of my WiFi gear and my other functional Zigbee network, it is a surprising value that works fine after setup -- as long as you do not mind repeating yourself and/or can decipher which Zigbee device is which in the app. Because of these two issues, I am rating it 3 of five stars... and I am not recommending it for older people who will dislike these drawbacks... especially repeating themselves! (So Mom, I do not think I will be getting you one of these. ;-)