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WiFi Compatible Color Changing RGBW/RGBWW LED Smart Bulb Kit - 6W RGB White/Warm White LED Light Bulb + RGBW RF Remote Controller for Home, Decorative, Accent Lighting

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Multi-color light bulb: choose any color from over 16 million colors, red, green, blue, warm white or any color mixed out by them

Remote control: touch panel remote controller with sensitive keys, long-range control, easy to operate from anywhere in the room

Highly-compatible: works w/ RGBW controller. Works with smartphone and tablet when connected with Wi-Fi Hub(no included)

Controlling zone: 4 work zones each controller, assign lighting devices to different zone and control individually

Energy-efficient: LED light bulb consumes only 6 wattage, in 3,000K/6,000K color temperature, equivalent to 35W incandescent light bulb
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Description

This smart remote control A19 LED light bulb is designed with RGB(3-in-1) color-changing and warm white sub-pixel LEDs . As a perfect component for residential or commercial lighting, it has advantages such as:
Multi-color options
The color ring on the remote offers you the freedom to choose any color from over 16 million colors. Unique colors such as carmine, peacock blue, olive green can be achieved by a delicate mix of basic colors
Touch screen control
2.4G smart remote control with color choosing section, brightness control section, work mode section and a 4-zone control panel. Control range is long so you can operate the light freely from any corner in the room
Space and energy-efficient
It works as regular white color light bulb, as well as a color-changing bulb that can create various ambiances. Both lighting needs can be achieved by this single standard size light bulb. In addition, it can replace up to 35Watt incandescent light bulb, while only consuming 6Watt.
Controlling via smartphone
Notice: A Wi-Fi hub is needed when operating the light bulb by smart phone or tablet. Compatible w/ iOS 5.0 or Android. Search and download app from AppStore. 

Link the light bulb to remote and controller
1. Install the light bulbs by screwing it to the socket and choose a zone to assign it to
2. Turn off the power supply of that light bulb (either by main switch or unplug)
3. Turn the light back on and quickly press the “zone on” button on remote for designated zone within 3 seconds
4. The bulb will blink 3 times if the link is set up successfully
To delink:
1. Decide the zone which you would like to unlink the bulb with
2. Turn off the power supply of that light bulb (either by main switch or unplug)
3. Turn the light on and press the “zone on” button five times quickly within 3 seconds
4.The bulb will blink 6 times if the delink is successful
 

Specifications

UPC 616320520441;741459500801
SKU TS217
Bulb Feature dimmable
Base Type E26/27
Warranty one year
Bulb Type A19
Unit Count No
Wattage 6W
Equivalent 35W
Input Voltage 85V-265V
Color Temperature No
Waterproof Rating IP44
Certification No
Lumens No
CRI 80
Beam Angle 120 degree
Lens Type frosted
Quantity of LEDs 11-20
Certification

Quick Overview
Multi-color light bulb: choose any color from over 16 million colors, red, green, blue, warm white or any color mixed out by them

Remote control: touch panel remote controller with sensitive keys, long-range control, easy to operate from anywhere in the room

Highly-compatible: works w/ RGBW controller. Works with smartphone and tablet when connected with Wi-Fi Hub(no included)

Controlling zone: 4 work zones each controller, assign lighting devices to different zone and control individually

Energy-efficient: LED light bulb consumes only 6 wattage, in 3,000K/6,000K color temperature, equivalent to 35W incandescent light bulb

Customer Reviews

One cool, colorful product
Review by Jimmy on 11/14/2014
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I have had an interest in home automation products for awhile and with the winter holidays on the way my attention turned to integrating some type of lighting appropriate to the season into my systems.

As with so many things I buy, my initial stop on the web was at Amazon. I had recently purchased some LED bulbs for use in my landscaping lights through Amazon from TorchStar. The products I’ve received from TorchStar were delivered very quickly and were packaged carefully. They also came at a good price.

They sell a remote controllable color LED system that caught my eye. The options for remotely controlling the color LED bulbs include a handheld remote control and a WiFi controller. I got one of each to try them out. The WiFi controller came with a USB power cord but no charger. Fortunately I had an extra charger available from another device I own. They are standard and widely available.

The instructions included are concise and in small but good quality print with color illustrations. Following them closely, I was able to go from no knowledge of the product at all to a fully working installation in about 45 minutes. Pairing the handheld remote or the WiFi controller to the bulb is a lot like pairing a Bluetooth device; maybe easier. The most technical ability required was entering my wireless network’s SSID into an Android app.

The handheld remote controller practically paired itself with the LED bulb when it was turned on and I was immediately playing with lighting patterns and speeds. One remote can control up to four zones of an unlimited number of LED bulbs each. Each bulb is controlled independently so if you have a five bulb track light, for example, all its bulbs go into one zone if you want to control them all simultaneously. But you could get creative and make two zones out of it putting three bulbs in one and two in the other for an interesting alternating lighting pattern. Like dim every other one to a different brightness or alternately make them green and red for Christmas, orange and green for Halloween, or red, white and blue for the 4th of July without ever needing to climb a ladder or touch a bulb. The LED bulb produces the full spectrum of colors, not just red, green and blue as the name RGB bulb implies (or it did to me anyway).

The wireless controller is controlled from either an Android device or an Apple iOS smart phone or tablet. I downloaded and installed the Mi-light app from Google Play for free to an old generic Android tablet.

My Android tablet found the WiFi controller as a new wireless network available to me (or anyone else for that matter). I selected it and then through the Milight app linked to my existing WiFi network which required the SSID for security. The Milight WiFi controller is not secured in any way but an intruder can do nothing if connected to it without further connecting through your existing (hopefully) secured network.

I was not impressed with the Milight app for Android. It functioned but didn’t do anything that the remote couldn’t do more intuitively. But there’s more on how to make the WiFi controller VERY useful later.

I think the remote and WiFi controller could both be improved by including some pre-set buttons. That way they could remember combinations of lighting mode and speed that you find especially pleasing or useful.

The WiFi controller has big potential in being able to link to a home automation controller like Mi Casa Verde’s Vera. This is what I use in my existing installation and I look forward to combining the two products making my LED lights controllable from across the internet from any browser, any where. I understand there is a “Plugin” available for the Vera that lets it manage this TorchStar product. I have not done this yet and will update this review with my experience when I do.

I’m glad I tried this product and will be remotely controlling more color LED bulbs around my house. The handheld remote works from anywhere in my 1600 square foot house and from about 40 feet away outside. The WiFI controller is just limited to the range of your existing WiFi network.

TorchStar has one very cool product here. And I could see it being useful in many commercial situations like lighting a display window for a retail shop. If you turn power to the bulb off and then back on THE BULB REMEMBERS the color, pattern and speed it was running previously so a simple timer could be used to control it once it’s been set.

Very cool.

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