[Amazon.ca] Smart Bulbs LED Light Bulb 4 for $35.59
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Oct 25th, 2020 11:19 pm
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Oct 26th, 2020 1:18 am
35 no Txs...i got this last week... Works well with either google voice or alexa... U need to use the Nooie app... NOT the home Nooie app... I like how u can set different white colors. Like ivory.. Reccamend these at 35$ for 4
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Oct 26th, 2020 1:31 am
avoid the globe ones from costco. i bought and eventually returned all my bulbs as the RGB LED's eventually failed and only the White LED were functioning.
Oct 26th, 2020 1:38 am
Oct 26th, 2020 4:00 am
There's a theme in the Nooie app called "Floating" which does exactly what I think you're asking for herejumperson22 wrote: ↑ Has anyone been able to set these up with Google Home for creating a strobe or rainbow (alternating colours) effect? Was trying to play around with the Nooie, Google Home and SmartLife app, but gave up after a while. Haven't had a chance to properly google it, but thought I would ask here as I'm just dabbling into this along with IFTTT.
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Oct 26th, 2020 5:11 am
Yup its gonna mess up the on off using voice or app... U need the switch to be ON all the time.. Just tell ur roommate the voice commandFathamsta wrote: ↑Newbie on these smart bulbs here.
If I had the light switch to these bulbs on the "off" button, the bulbs won't turn on even if i control / turn them thru the app, correct?
Meaning I have to always have the switch on the "on" side?
Just wondering how these would work say if a roommate wants to turn these bulbs on if I'm it home and I turned them off thru the app.
Any explanation would help, thx!
Oct 26th, 2020 6:42 am
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Oct 26th, 2020 8:42 am
I am about to do the same thing ; my plan is to replace my smart switch with a smart dimmer , and then in home assistant sent it to auto dim to X% if state is on and time between. y &ZTestAcc wrote: ↑Been looking for a way to automatically make the bathroom lights dim at night.
I was wondering, if I do have these on a traditional light switch (or a smart light switch), that will physically cut the power to them (on/off), when they go off, and then switch to on, will they remember the last state they were in (colour/temperature/brightness)? Or do they default to some standard state after a power cut?
How long does it take for them to re-connect to wifi after a power cut? Thanks!
Oct 26th, 2020 9:05 am
Yea, that's what I was considering. But if you replaced ur smart switch with a smart dimmer, you don't need smart bulbs. Just regular dimmable bulbs will do.
Oct 26th, 2020 9:26 am