Smart LED, 9W (60 equiv), 2700K-5000K
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These smart bulbs are compatible with Alexa and Google voice assistants.
Illuminate a world of possibilities with your smart bulbs. Change brightness and color based on your daily activity. Bring them to life by naming, grouping and sharing your smart bulbs. With the touch of a finger or the ease of voice control, you can monitor and adjust your lights from anywhere.
Stay connected to your lighting:
Use Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant for easy voice control.
Operate the lamp directly from your phone with no hub required.
Change the lamp’s brightness and color based on your activities.
Schedule automatic lighting to brighten and dim your office in sync with your schedule.
Stay connected to your lights anywhere at any time using the Simply Conserve® app.
These A19 Smart LED bulbs:
- Feature remote control from your mobile devices
- Easily fit in your current standard E26 fixtures
- Work indoors and outdoors in both dry and damp environments
- Suit many fixture—from open to entirely enclosed ones
Product Warranty: 1 year
How’s color temperature measured?
Color temperature is expressed in kelvin (using the abbreviation “K”), a unit of measure for absolute temperature. When the color temperature is over 5000 K, it’s referred to as "cool-colored" (bluish-white). Lower color temperatures (2700–3000 K) are called "warm-colored" (yellowish-white through red).
These lamps are available in an adjustable color temperature from 2700K to 5000K.
What’s a lumen?
A light’s brightness is measured in lumens (abbreviated as “lm”). If a light bulb is super bright, it produces a lot of lumens. Because LED lighting delivers more lumens per watt of electricity, LEDs are a more efficient light source than incandescent bulbs.
These bulbs deliver 800 lumens.
This bulb is about 60 percent more efficient than a standard 10,000 hour fluorescent bulb. One LED bulb typically lasts about 22.5 times more than an incandescent bulb and about 2.5 times more than a fluorescent bulb.
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