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Connected Smart LED Light Bulb Starter Kit with (2) A19 LED Dimmable Light Bulbs

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  • Works with the TCP Connected Automated Home Lighting System
  • Controls up to 250 bulbs with a computer, tablet or smartphone
  • Requires the TCP Connected hub, compatible with the Wink App

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Add the TCP Connected Smart LED Light Bulb Starter Kit with LED Dimmable Light Bulbs to TCP's Connected wireless system. It enables you to remotely control the lighting, dimming and smart lighting features from anywhere in the world you're located. The system works with up to 250 bulbs that can be controlled by any computer, tablet, smartphone or Connected remote control. As an added advantage, this system eliminates the need for additional dimmers, timers and confusing wiring, just plug in and go.

  • Brightness: 800 lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $1.32 (based on 3 hours per day, ¢11/kWh; cost depends on rates and use)
  • Life: 22.8 years (based on 3 hours/day)
  • Light appearance: 2700K (soft white)
  • Energy used: 11 watts (equivalent to a 60-watt standard incandescent light bulb)
  • Lumens per watt: 72.72
  • Doesn't contain mercurcy
  • Uses 85% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
  • Great for indoor and outdoor use, ideally in table lamps, sconces, ceiling-mount fixtures and other general lighting applications
  • Features an A19 shape with a medium base
  • Dims to give you flexible lighting options
  • Dimmable: Yes


  • Wink App Ready - No Wink Hub Required


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do i have to use the bulbs that it comes with or can i use my own bulb

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You MUST use TCP connected bulbs. You can either use the ones that came with the kit or you can use TCP connected bulbs that you purchased on your own.
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You have to use the bulbs that come with the set. You can buy additional bulbs as well
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Unless you already have compatible "smart" LED bulbs, no you can't. The system does not use typical bulbs. The network hub actually communicates directly with each individual bulb through a built in controller rather than using a switch or fixture. Technically the power is always on to the bulb (don't turn off your switch) even if the light is off. The downside is if you want to control multiple lights Read More
Unless you already have compatible "smart" LED bulbs, no you can't. The system does not use typical bulbs. The network hub actually communicates directly with each individual bulb through a built in controller rather than using a switch or fixture. Technically the power is always on to the bulb (don't turn off your switch) even if the light is off. The downside is if you want to control multiple lights you have to replace each one with a smart bulb. Read Less
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You must use the bulbs in the kit. You can also purchase additional bulbs, which work off the controller in the kit.
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Use the smart bulbs as they have wifi built in which makes the system work well.
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I don't think I understand your question. The bulbs are what you want, the kit just lets you control them with your tablet or your smartphone. The bulbs themselves contain the wireless radios and micro-controllers that allow them to be connected to your home network.
This system does not change your light fixtures in any way, but it contains a gateway that you plug into your own wireless router. The Read More
I don't think I understand your question. The bulbs are what you want, the kit just lets you control them with your tablet or your smartphone. The bulbs themselves contain the wireless radios and micro-controllers that allow them to be connected to your home network.
This system does not change your light fixtures in any way, but it contains a gateway that you plug into your own wireless router. The gateway remembers all your settings so that your lights continue to follow the programming you set up for it even if your tablet or smartphone is not turned on or not in the house. This kit will control more than 100 bulbs, but they have to be Connected SMART bulbs.
Nothing about this kit will prevent you from using some other bulbs in your light fixtures, but only the Connected bulbs will be controllable from your smart phone or tablet. Read Less
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You can only use TCP Lighting's bulbs (the ones it comes with, and you can buy additional ones separately). The wi-fi receiver is built in to the bulbs themselves, and won't work with any other type of bulb.
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That depends upon what your bulbs are capable off and can they be linked to the TCP by GreenWaveReality gateway. The products, such as the 11-Watt (60W) Soft White LED A19 Bulbs and also the Wink home automation network products will of course work. The everyday non smart LED lightbulbs will not work with the gateway.
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You must use bulbs that are compatable with the "Connected" system. There are LEDs and CFLs in different wattages and types that have the wireless circuitry that will communicate with the bridge.
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No, in fact you can use CFL bulbs if you like. Incandescent bulbs won't work.
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You have to use the bulbs that come with it and you can buy additional ones. They have built into them a receiver that communicates with the main base that tells them when to come on and off, also if you dim them. You can program timers for them. The base is connected to your wifi and you control everything on an app on your phone or tablet from which you do the programming. I have an iPhone and iPad for Read More
You have to use the bulbs that come with it and you can buy additional ones. They have built into them a receiver that communicates with the main base that tells them when to come on and off, also if you dim them. You can program timers for them. The base is connected to your wifi and you control everything on an app on your phone or tablet from which you do the programming. I have an iPhone and iPad for mine. You can operate them away from home wherever you are using your phone's app. It's really simple to set up and a nice way to control some lights at home or away, by remote control. Read Less
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How can you turn the light on and off?

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Can you turn the lights on and off with a wall switch or do you have to use a smart phone? If you have to use the smart phone it would seem weird to be sitting beside a lamp and have to use a smart phone to turn it off or on.
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You can use the phone app or you can use the light switch. The choice is yours!
However, in order for the bulbs to work with the app the switch must remain on the ON position at all times. If you use the light switch and leave it on the OFF position then the light bulb will appear "disconnected" the next time you use the phone app.
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You can turn the lights on and off using the phone or the wall switch. However, the wall switch has to be on if you want to use your phone
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Yes it is primarily controlled through the phone or automatically according to a schedule. You can still turn it off at the light or switch but then would need to turn it back on manually in order for it to function through the network once again.
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Only using their app via a smartphone.
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You must use your smart phone or the compatible remote to turn the lights on and off. If you power down with w switch the bulb must reconnect to the network when the switch is powered on for the remote or smart phone to work again.
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You program the light using an app on your phone or tablet to schedule timers or just to turn it on and off. You can also still use the lamp's switch, if you need to. The app allows you to operate it away from home also.
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You can use the switch to do it , you just can't use your smartphone to turn it back on
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You can use the bulbs like any regular light bulb. If you turn the light off (via a switch), the smart phone part doesn't work. It needs power to the bulb to turn it on and off.
I have enjoyed this kit and I highly recommend it. Installation is a breeze and the ap works great. Not only turns the light on and off, but dims it as well and you program it.
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Thanks for the responses. I can't see me and everyone in my family carrying our phones around with us just to be able to turn lights on and off. I was thinking of getting them to be able to turn the lights on when I'm in the driveway but I don't want to have to use a phone to turn my lights on and off all the time other than that. I want to be able to use a wall switch when I'm in the house and the phone Read More
Thanks for the responses. I can't see me and everyone in my family carrying our phones around with us just to be able to turn lights on and off. I was thinking of getting them to be able to turn the lights on when I'm in the driveway but I don't want to have to use a phone to turn my lights on and off all the time other than that. I want to be able to use a wall switch when I'm in the house and the phone when I'm not so I guess it's not for me. Read Less
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Well you can always just use a wall switch or the one on the lamp itself. However that seems sort of redundant. When first installing the lights they must be turned on initially until you finish setting up your Gateway and installing and configuring the smartphone app (iPhone or Android). Upon doing that step you be able to then access the gateway to control the light and switch it on, off or dim it. The Read More
Well you can always just use a wall switch or the one on the lamp itself. However that seems sort of redundant. When first installing the lights they must be turned on initially until you finish setting up your Gateway and installing and configuring the smartphone app (iPhone or Android). Upon doing that step you be able to then access the gateway to control the light and switch it on, off or dim it. The purpose of the system is to control the designated lights from afar or in another room or even from your car when you arrive home and prior to entering a room without going into the room. The possible uses are many, such as for basements, hallways, upstairs etc. Read Less
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I use my smart phone and also my tablet . Just download the free app on your android device. They also have an app for Iphones and the Ipad. no app for windows as of yet.
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Consumer Reports shows the Connected by TCP with two bulbs, etc. at $50. Home Depot also shows reviews that mentioned $50 purchase price. ???

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They (used to) go on sale every now and then. I picked mine up for $80 and the 2 days later they went on sale for $50. Homedepot was great refunding the difference though.
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Home Depot sales this kit currently for $79 but you can always get them to price match it with amazon and/or any local competitor. The price matching policy is clearly listed on their website and you can always point it out to them if they somehow refuse to honor amazon's price. They will only price match online retailers like amazon but they'll price match and beat it by 10% if you find it cheaper at Read More
Home Depot sales this kit currently for $79 but you can always get them to price match it with amazon and/or any local competitor. The price matching policy is clearly listed on their website and you can always point it out to them if they somehow refuse to honor amazon's price. They will only price match online retailers like amazon but they'll price match and beat it by 10% if you find it cheaper at best buy, lowes, etc Read Less
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The price online is currently more than that for the two bulbs and gateway device. Perhaps the price has gone up since then. You can also by additional bulbs individually. The gateway handles up to 250 bulbs.
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your first purchase must have the base unit after that then bulb purchase additions would be great. base can control allot of bulbs.
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If you are asking the purchase price for the starter set, the price is $79.97 at present here.
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So true, the TCP Connected set with 2 LED bulbs and a gateway was about $49 at my local HD back in December and again about a month ago. Currently I find it listed at $79. You might wait until another sale, but I think the set is well worth the current price. I've owned the 2 bulb set for several months and I purchased 4 more bulbs and the wireless remote as well. I'm very happy with the system.
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Can I use these outdoors?

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In one place, the info says indoor/outdoor. In another it states indoor/outdoor enclosed. Does that mean on a covered porch or must it just be in a light fixture that has a globe? This is really important for me to know.
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Yes. you will need to get the out/indoor bulbs.
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5 of my lights are outdoors (encased in proper outdoor fixtures that is). While I do not know if its supported or recommended its been working fine for over a year now for me. So ymmv
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They can be used outdoors as long as they are inside a closed light fixture, which could be exposed to the rain and sun. I have a bulb inside a light fixture attached to the ceiling of my front porch (not exposed) as well as two bulbs inside fixtures attached to the wall on each side of my garage door (exposed.) These last two are what you could call "coach lights." The bulb itself cannot get rained on, Read More
They can be used outdoors as long as they are inside a closed light fixture, which could be exposed to the rain and sun. I have a bulb inside a light fixture attached to the ceiling of my front porch (not exposed) as well as two bulbs inside fixtures attached to the wall on each side of my garage door (exposed.) These last two are what you could call "coach lights." The bulb itself cannot get rained on, it just has to have something to protect it, like a globe. Read Less
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The bulbs reportedly cannot be exposed to water (rain). I am currently using two in semi-open enclosures outdoors and not under a porch or other covering. However, the enclosures only have an opening on the bottom, so rain/snow cannot get on the bulb.
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I can only tell you that I tried them in an outdoor fixture, the problem was that the fixtures were apparently at the edge of the range of my wireless router, so the lamps would only work intermittently and would not reliably turn on and off on schedule. They worked fine back in the house, so I don't think being out in the weather was a problem.
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Control lights anywhere and on a timer This is a very cool system. The system comes with two wifi light bulbs and the control unit. The black box is everything you need to start controlling your entire house. You can basically keep adding compatible devices to the system. The black controller box can be tucked away in a closet hidden from site, it just requries an ethernet connection. T Once on your network you can control the devices with your phone, or ipad or even a web interface. I attached a screen shot of the web interface. he nice thing about this system is the lights can be dimmed or turned on and off. They can also be set to turn on and off at different times of the day. November 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by better than expected i'll admit that i was not expecting the LED light to be as bright as it is at full power. but i needed a dimming bulb at my desk. this seemed like the best solution. no extra wiring really, just network connections. setup was fast and easy. using my smartphone seemed a bit balky at first, but i am getting use to it. probably wil get the remote in the future. i will be expanding my bulbs too as i like the control this gives you for (potentialy) all the bulbs in your house. worth the price. January 21, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Stand Alone System Very easy to set up and then they just work. They can be used with either the optional remote control alone or with the remote and / or Hub. Connecting the hub gives much more control such as programmable scenes, scheduling and smart phone control from within your home or outside using 3G/4G. The only slight downside is they are pretty much a stand alone system, so no integration at the moment with Home Automation systems nor things like IFTTT. Excellent value for money. January 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Must Have! The Connected WIreless Smart Lighting kit is wonderful!. I placed one of the bulbs in a living room lamp, and can control the brightness without getting off the couch. When dimmed, it has a beautiful, soft ambience, or it can also be made very bright.The system was very easy to set up. To make sure everything goes smoothly, I would first make sure the wireless device is in sync with the computers' router. I had to copy the router's password or the Network key from the botttom of the router to my cell phone, since I hadn't done that previously.The rest of the process was really simple. The kit included all of the equipment needed to set it up: the gateway, cord to connect it to the router, a plug and two bulbs. I just clicked the install button on the TCP site and it recognised by phone. Then it found the bulb I placed in the lamp. Since I also have a remote control, I had to add it to the system, which was quick and simple. I can think of so many great uses for these bulbs, such as turning on lights before I get home so it isn't dark, or without going downstairs. I am so thrilled to have this system! March 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very easy set up and lot of energy savings Evidently my kids think we have solar power electricity because there are constantly lights being left on in the house. This kit is great for 2 reasons: first are the LED bulbs. They draw less that a CFL yet produce natural looking bright light. The only difference I noticed is a very slight delay when turning on the light. They do not flicker when dimmed and light produced is not "fake" looking. Secondly the phone app makes it so easy to monitor your usage. My kids like to leave lights on when they're not home so I can quickly check via the app turn off individual lights or entire rooms at a time. For a vacation, you can schedule lights to turn on in different rooms for any period of time for extra security. Setup was very easy. Plug and play into the internet router and the app walks you through the rest in a few short steps. Please watch my video for a demonstration of the app. November 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wow !! excellent way control lights This is a great product. I use it everyday in my living room and front door way of my house. It is easy to setup and the app is very easy to use. The app allows you to control the lights in various ways, you can dim the lights and even set timers for them to turn on. For me I set my timers to come on around the time I get home so I don't need to feel around in the dark when I open the door for the light switch. In my living room I use my app to dim the lights when watching movies etc. Since the base unit is tied into your network at home it also has the ability to work over the internet allowing you to control your lights from anywhere with internet access. One other thing to mention, the bulbs are a nice warm white color and is very bright for an LED. I like the compact design and brightness Overall I am very happy with this product and will be expanding the blubs to more rooms in my house. December 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Didn't think I would love it this much I was skeptical about how much impact having a wireless lighting system would have on my household. Installing the hardware was very easy and then setting up the software on my wireless devices was pretty easy as well. The one hangup I had was trying to modify the preset Smart Controls. Forget trying that; just create your own and everything will work fine. I love being able to turn on/off lights while I'm pulling in the driveway or out and about. The app lets you set timers as well which is great for when you are away or if you want to set outdoor lights to go on/off at certain times. I also like how you can take a photo of your light fixture and save it to the app to easily identify which light you are controlling. I will be getting more bulbs to add to the network. Even though the bulbs are dimmable, I wish there were higher wattage-equivalent options. December 6, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Mostly Wireless This is a great starter kit for adding and controlling (2 included led smart lights), via a smart phone application and wired gateway. My biggest issue is the fact the base unit requires a router port to enable operation. Router ports are a valuable commodity at my house. Perhaps future models can incorporate a true wireless function. January 7, 2014
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