Automate your lights for easy control and comfort. Add a Philips Hue white PAR38 outdoor floodlight to your system and enhance your outdoors with powerful bright white light that you can control remotely. Screw it into your existing PAR38 fixtures. Automate your lights to welcome you home. Hue bridge not included.
Set timers for convenience
Have your Philips Hue lights turn on automatically by setting schedules or use sunset/sunrise routine. And of course, you can also turn off or dim your lights this way.
Requires a Philips Hue bridge
Connect your Philips Hue lights with the bridge to control your lights from your smartphone or tablet via the Philips Hue app.
I got these for my driveway flood lights. This allowed me to bypass a traditional timer and just set them up through the app. At full brightness thess are crazy bright. I actually run .ine at abput 18%. They should last for many years.
These are fantastic bulbs! They work great outdoors, connected with ease to my HUE app, and look great too. They also gave me the ability to dim them to the desired brightness for my front porch. Set to auto and they go on and off every night and day. I almost gave four stars are for the high price. All the other hue bulbs have come down in price and these have not. But I like them too much to down grade my rating. Hopefully Hue will make them more affordable for everyone and they last a good long time.
I use these flood lights in my back yard so i can see my dog when she goes out at night. I love all my hue lights just wish they had more of a variety. These light are fully adjustable with your dimmer on your app also. Just one bulb can light up at least 50 to 60 feet.
Love these! I had lights on my garage that I wanted to be able to control when I wasn’t at home or was pulling up. They don’t have a switch (old house) so I got these and can control from my phone. Great buy and work really well.
Did you ever want to make your spotlights on your house smart? Here is your answer! I bought 4 for my back yard and it feels light daylight at night. They are very bright and they are even DIMMABLE and designed for the outdoors (water and humidity resistant).
I highly recommend.
A:AnswerThe lights must have power going to them to be operational. If you want to control them from your phone app, then you would leave the wall switch in the "On" position all the time. However, you can use the wall switch to turn the lights on and off if you like. We do it both ways.
A:AnswerThey DO NOT need a bridge to work. The bridge more allows you functionality. You'd likely want the bridge if you wanted to add the bulbs to an automation sequence (turn bulbs on when you pull in the driveway, turn on/off at a certain time) or to adjust the brightness.
The starter kits are not necessarily cheap, but they do come with a bridge (make sure you buy the Hue Bridge 2.0). I think if you bought the starter kit and installed it, you would not look back.
A:AnswerThese are outdoor bulbs, but I actually use them indoors in a lamp, since they are brighter than the standard A19 Hue bulbs. The 'PAR' part just refers to the size of the bulb itself. The bulb base (the part that screws into the light socket) is the same as a standard light bulb. Since these bulbs are LED, they do not produce the heat that you find with a regular incandescent bulb, so use in recessed lighting would be absolutely fine.