* Control this light from anywhere using your smartphone or tablet
* Set lighting schedules and timers to fit your daily routines
* Works with your home WiFi and requires no additional hub
What may have once seemed like technology from the future comes to your doorstep in the form of this remotely-controlled Smart LED Light Bulb. With the ability to control your lighting using mobile devices, you’ll never have to arrive home or wake up to a dark house again.
The Smart LED Light Bulb connects to your home WiFi and requires no additional hub. The physical installation is like any standard, screw-in light bulb. Then, using the free Kasa app (available for iOS and Android), you can connect the bulb to any of your smartphones or tablets.
TP-Link Smart LED Light Bulb
Using the app, you’ll be able to customize your home lighting to suit your mood and provide a personalized experience. Dim the brightness for romantic evenings or turn on the lights when you wake up, all from your cell phone.
In addition, the smart app can help you keep track of your power usage and switch your lights on and off as you please. Going to be late getting home from work? It’s no problem. This smart light bulb allows you to set lighting schedules and timers to make sure your lights work around your busy life. Simply have the lights switch themselves on for your arrival home or to deter nosy neighbors.
Install multiple bulbs around the house for complete control. The app lets you take control over each bulb individually or as a designated group. You can also use the “Away Mode” to rotate the on and off schedule in your house. This makes it appear as if someone is home if you are away for a period of time.
For those with Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa, these voice command systems work with the app to control each of your individually named smart bulbs for a completely hands-free experience.
With up to 25,000 hours of use in each bulb, and the power of a 50-watt equivalent, the Smart LED Light Bulb is a smart choice for the modern, connected home.
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