Philips Hue A19 Smart Personal Wireless Light Bulb - White & Colour Ambiance
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Create the perfect ambience
Your movie starts and the lights dim. The action begins with a high speed chase. Your Philips Hue bulbs strobe red and blue as the cops close in. When the scene ends with an explosive crash the room is flooded with a fiery orange glow. With Philips Hue not only can you add accents, use colours and tones to set a mood or match your décor, you can sync your lights to your music and even movies.
With 16 million colours, variable brightness, and up to 800 lumen output, you can create everything from subtle to striking effects by painting your room with light.
Control from your smartphone
Use the Philips Hue app for your iOS or Android device to tune, dim, and precisely control the colour of your lights from anywhere. You can set timers, notifications, alarms, and set up geofencing so your lights turn on when you come home, or off when you leave, automatically. That's not just smart, it's downright polite -- not to mention efficient.
Easy to install, long bulb life
The Philips Hue A19 colour light bulb features a standard medium base and screws easily into a regular socket, so you can use in any of your current light fixtures or lamps. It offers up to 25, 000 hours of lamp life, and uses 10W of power to illuminate and enable wireless connectivity within a 30m range.
Works with your Hue bridge
Using Wi-Fi and ZigBee wireless connectivity, Hue A19 colour light bulbs are controlled by your smartphone via the Hue bridge (sold separately, available in Hue smart LED starter kits). This connectivity also allows for integration into your smart home ecosystem. Hue A19 colour bulbs are HomeKit enabled and work with Nest, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant.
Enhanced home security and convenience
You can turn your lights on even when you're not home, so it appears as if you are. You can have your bulbs flash red when your Nest Protect smoke/CO alarm (sold separately) detects danger. You can program them to change colour when motion is detected, when the weather changes, or when a friend tags you via social media.