Create interactive warm white home or gallery LED illumination with this programmable Sengled light bulb. Compatible with SmartThings, Wi-Fi and wired Ethernet, it connects to an Element Hub controller for energy management, timed effects and control of hard-to-reach recessed lamps. This 9W Sengled light bulb shines brightly with 650 lumens for economical yet inviting designs.
Compatible hub required
Pair the bulb directly to a compatible hub, like Sengled Smart Hub, SmartThings, Wink and Alexa devices with built in hubs.
Turn lights on and off, dim and brighten, and more with the Sengled Home app.
Create scenes and routines
Set scenes or put your lights on a schedule, whether at home or away.
Mobile control from your smartphone or tablet
The Android-compatible app lets you adjust brightness and functions without leaving your seat.
LED light bulb
Designed to provide longer, more energy-efficient illumination.
Connect the bulbs hub directly to your Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant device and control your lights via voice commands.
Monitor electricity use (kWh) with the Sengled Home app. Sengled Smart LED bulbs use 80% less energy than incandescent lighting.
I bought these at the same time as my starter kit for my kitchen. Love them. We use them with google home and you walk into the kitchen and say "ok google turn on lights", presto there is light. Someone midnight snacking, say "ok google turn off kitchen lights" from your bedroom and BAM they are in the dark. I cannot say enough good things about this light set from these to the starter kit. Two thumbs up all the way around.
I bought these to replace some can lights in our stairwell. Our can light enclosures are really wide and when I put these in looked very small compared to the ones before. Not the lights fault that's my fault. Just thought Iwould mention it. I was able to pair these quickly and easily and work great as smart lights. I got them on sale. So even better. The only con, is I wish they were a bit brighter.
I have multiple sengled lights with a wink hub. In my kitchen I have 8 of these. Sometimes these get glitchy as in not turning off when they are supposed to however it’s a good intro into smart bulbs. I also have hue bulbs. Hue bulbs I feel are much better in responsiveness and dimming. Sengled sims but not as much. If money is no option go hue. If you don’t wanna spend a bunch go sengled but don’t forget to get a hub
I've tried many smart blubs and sengled is by far my favorite. They sync up with smartthings, Alexa, and google home with very little effort. The biggest plus is they stay connected, I have not had to re pair any and I have 10+. Highly recommended.