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60-Watt Equivalent A19 SMART LED Light Bulb Tunable White Starter Kit (1-Bulb)

  • Dim and adjust color temperature via included remote control
  • Compatible with Zigbee Amazon Echo Plus & Samsung SmartThings Hub
  • Control up to 20 lights with one remote
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Ecosmart lighting
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These EcoSmart A19 LED light bulb kits include one smart LED bulb, one remote and two different options for wireless control. These kits are excellent choice for testing out the benefits of connected smart lighting. You can create schedules, program your lights to dim or automate on/off schedule any time of day via the included remote. One remote can control up to 20 lights. Or these bulbs can be paired with your Zigbee smart hub (works with Echo Plus and SmartThings). Each of these smart LED bulbs is equipped with customizable light settings. The smart A19 LED bulbs are dimmable via included remote (do not use on dimmer switches) and use only 9.5-Watt of energy to produce up to 800 Lumens, equivalent to a 60-Watt incandescent bulb, and are equipped with customizable light settings. With tunable white technology, these smart LED bulbs can be set on any color temperature between 2700K (Soft White) and 6500K (Daylight), allowing you to choose the perfect light appearance for your space. LED lighting has revolutionized the lighting industry to provide consumers more options that improve the quality of light in their daily lives and reduce energy usage at the same time.
  • Wireless control via the included remote (or the bulb can be paired with Zigbee smart hubs Echo Plus and SmartThings)
  • Dimmable via included remote (do not use on dimmer switches)
  • Tunable color temperature from 2700K (soft white) to 6500K (daylight)
  • Lifetime hours: 25,000 (25x longer than traditional incandescent light bulbs)
  • Energy Used: 9.5-Watt (equivalent to a 60-Watt incandescent light bulb)
  • 3 customizable settings via the included remote
  • Max Brightness: 800 Lumens
  • ENERGY STAR rated
  • CEC T20 compliant
  • For indoor use only
  • Do not use in enclosed fixtures
  • Bulb can be controlled with included remote or with your Zigbee Echo Plus and SmartThings Hub
  • Included remote is also compatible with SKU 1004532874
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Specifications

Dimensions

Bulb Diameter (In.)
2.35
Product Depth (in.)
2.44 in
Product Height (in.)
2.72 in
Product Width (in.)
5.98 in

Details

Actual Color Temperature (K)
6500
Actual Color Temperature (K)
6500
Average Life (hours)
25000
Bulb Construction
Plastic
Bulb Shape
A Shaped Bulb
Bulb Type
Household
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
90
Color Temperature
Tunable White
Hub Required
Samsung SmartThings Hub
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Light Bulb Base Code
E26
Light Bulb Base Type
Medium
Light Bulb Features
Automatic On/Off Sensor,Dimmable,Energy Saving,Environmentally-Friendly Design,Shatter Resistant
Light Bulb Shape Code
A19
Lighting Technology
LED
Lumens (Brightness)
800
Number of Bulbs Included
1
Power Options
Hardwired,Plug-in
Remote Access
Remote Access
Requires Hub?
Hub Required for Remote Access
Returnable
90-Day
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Smart Home Protocol
ZigBee
Style
Basics,Classic,Minimalist
Voice Control Hub Required
Alexa via Samsung SmartThings Hub
Wattage (Watts)
9.5
Wattage Equivalence
60 Watts
Works With
Alexa, Alexa, Samsung SmartThings

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5

Questions & Answers

35Questions16Answers

Does the remote turn the bulb on and off if I leave the lamp on the ON position?

Asked by Pochi February 25, 2021
1
Answer

Yes it does.

Can I pair to more than one remote? I have four bulbs paired to one remote and want to have them ...

Asked by Mert January 24, 2021
4
Answers

These can't be paired with more than 1 remote.

Which lightbulb would be for in a lamp with a shade? I currently have a smart light but the bulb is big and does not for properly.

Asked by Lora January 13, 2021
1
Answer

These bulbs are no bigger than old incandescent bulbs.

Do they work in 220v ?? I wanted to take them to India

Asked by Pa1 January 8, 2021
1
Answer

Input 120 AC

How can I pair it to Echo Dot?

Asked by Sc October 13, 2020
1
Answer

From the product description page: Wireless control via a Zigbee enabled hub- works with Amazon's Echo Plus and SmartThings hub only

Is a hub required or can I just use the Alexa App?

Asked by char August 15, 2020
1
Answer

Here are the instructions for setting this bulb up using the Alexa App: Works with Amazon Echo Plus Open the Amazon Alexa app. Select “Add Device”. Select “Light”. Scroll down the light brand list to select “other”. The LED bulb will connect to Alexa by clicking “DISCOVER DEVICES” (ensure the light is on and in a pairing mode). Set up the device and the “light bulb” now is ready to use. Name and control the bulb.

Is this bulb 2.4 GHz or 5?

Asked by Puddles August 7, 2020
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Answer

Puddles, I presume you are asking about the frequency used by the remote to communicate with the bulbs. It is 2.4 GHZ. I have a picture of the back of the remote posted below.

Can I make them work with Ring?

Asked by Luis July 23, 2020
1
Answer

From the product description: Bulb can be controlled with included remote or with your Zigbee Echo Plus and SmartThings Hub That said, I find the following: Get some peace of mind with Ring and SmartThings. When your Ring Doorbell button is pressed or motion is detected, SmartThings can send you notifications or trigger lights or alarms of your choosing. The process seems pretty straight forward: Connect the Ring Doorbell through the SmartThings app In the SmartThings mobile app: From the Home screen, touch the Plus (+) icon and select Device Select Ring and touch Doorbell or Camera Choose a Location for the device Choose a Room for the device and touch Next Tap the field that says Tap here to enter your Ring credentials Enter your Ring account email address and password Touch Next and select Authorize All Ring Doorbells associated with your Ring account will be automatically selected If you do not wish to add a particular Ring device to SmartThings, tap Use these Ring Devices and deselect that device Tap Done to complete setup

Do I have to have a hub? Can I have no hub and screw bulbs in and then use the remote only?

Asked by Rick May 24, 2020
2
Answers

You need a hub.

can this remote bulb be controlled manually with out remote or app? or is there another 6500k a19...

Asked by spike May 18, 2020
3
Answers

Yes, I use Samsung SmartThings to control everything

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Customer Reviews

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  • 82% recommend this product
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one of the bulbs unresponsive after two months
I was able to connect this device to My echo plus right away. However after two months of use via the the switch, and, or Alexa, one of the bulbs has stopped responding to smart hub commands.
by DavidR
2 ZigBee Smart bulbs for under $15!
I have been upgrading my home lighting to be controlled with Alexa or the SmartThings app and these bulbs are perfect! Finding smart bulbs for cheap is difficult, but these dimmable and tunable bulbs are a killer deal. The warm to cool white spectrum with these is perfect. With a Samsung SmartThings hub already in my house (and they should work with Google or Alexa hubs too) you just twist them in, flip the switch and search for them with the app. They were synced in seconds. I put them in the areas of my house where my kids forget to turn off the light so I can set up an automation with either Alexa or Smarthings to turn them off after they have been on too long, or at certain times to avoid wasting power. The other awesome thing is they are Zigbee!! What this means is other Zigbee enabled items connect to them via a mesh network. Wifi runs on two separate bands, 2.4GHz and 5Ghz (most smart devices only go 2.4) Bluetooth is another frequency band, and Zigbee is yet another. Wifi gets cluttered with all the devices that get on it, and often smart home devices get booted, Bluetooth as well is limited in number of simultaneous connections. Zigbee is different in that you are not likely to lose items easily, and bulbs act as repeaters, widening the mesh network of all your smart devices, giving them a stronger broader range than one wifi router. You can have tons more devices connected, each strengthening the mesh network. Also with a ton of other bulbs, you have to use the manufacturer's app, (sorry but I don't trust giving some of them access to my smartphone) these just sync right to your own setup. I have had them for a week and hopefully they last!
by Spencer
5 people found this helpful
Great wifi bulb easy to install with a great price...
Great wifi bulb easy to install with a great price
by Lu
I have Philips Hue whites as well as Lifx mini whites controlled by Echo Plus second generation. ...
I have Philips Hue whites as well as Lifx mini whites controlled by Echo Plus second generation. The Home Depot EcoSmart Smart bulbs are equally as good if not better. If you want a bulb that has nice temperature control and the ability to dim very low the Home Depot EcoSmart Smart bulb is an excellent choice! Inexpensive too!
by JR
1 person found this helpful
I love this product! I love that it's dimmable, I love that it has a remote control and I love th...
I love this product! I love that it's dimmable, I love that it has a remote control and I love that I can choose between all the different white light shades. My only complaint is that I didn't buy more than one of them!!
by KansasIrish
The remote doesn't work. Period.
This bulb remote combo is just a bulb. The zigbee remote doesnt pair with any hub or function properly. This is a misleading product and probably being sold on the cheap to just get rid of the things.
by Jatgm1
1 person found this helpful
Finally a easy way to get the right color temperature and brightness according to your taste and/...
Finally a easy way to get the right color temperature and brightness according to your taste and/or mood. Used the remote only, and paired 2 more to it. Instructions were clear and for the sale price this is one heck of a deal. Be great if they would make them in 100w equivalents too.
by Doityrself
2 people found this helpful
These EcoSmart A19 LED light bulb kits include one smart LED bulb and one remote for wireless con...
These EcoSmart A19 LED light bulb kits include one smart LED bulb and one remote for wireless control, which can be mounted on any surface. These kits are excellent choice for testing out the benefits of connected smart lighting. NOTE: You cannot use this light on an existing dimmer controlled device! One smart switch can control up to 20 paired Lights. The smart A19 LED bulbs are dimmable via included remote (do not use on dimmer switches) and use only 9.5-Watt of energy to produce up to 800 Lumens, equivalent to a 60-Watt incandescent bulb. With tunable white technology, these smart LED bulbs can be set on any color temperature between 2700K (Soft White) and 6500K (Daylight), allowing you to choose the perfect light appearance for your space. I found this to be a great choice for my adjustable bench light, especially with the controllability of the lamp color and brightness. These EcoSmart bulbs can also be easily paired to an Alexa Echo Plus or Samsung Smart Things systems (or any other ZigBee hub), however it needs to be unpaired from the remote before it is paired to the Alexa or Samsung system. These bulbs are made in China.
by eng66
This is a nice LED starter kit from Ecosmart. I do not have a hub so I was only able to hook it u...
This is a nice LED starter kit from Ecosmart. I do not have a hub so I was only able to hook it up using the remote. Just simply plug it in and you can start to use the remote as it is already pair with the bulb. With the remote you can change the light intensity and color. I put this in our guest room to provide the ease of using the bulb without getting out of bed.
by 4u1fisherman
The Ecosmart 60 watt starter kit is a really great alternative to Phillips Hue if you’re looking ...
The Ecosmart 60 watt starter kit is a really great alternative to Phillips Hue if you’re looking for remote control lighting. It comes with a good amount of features - various warm and cool tones, dimming options and a feature to save settings. the remote comes with a magnetic holder that has 3M strips so you don’t need to drill holes to install it on a wall. I use this in the living room where 9 out of 10 times I don’t want to get up from the couch. It’s perfect for what I need and price point is great.
by 1918Remodel
2 people found this helpful
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