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RL 5 in. and 6 in. White Bluetooth Smart Integrated LED Recessed Ceiling Light, Tunable CCT (2700k-5000K)

$2497
  • Set lights to turn on and off automatically, around your schedule
  • Use Google Assistant for voice control (requires HALO Bridge)
  • Expand your system with other HALO Home fixtures & accessories
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The HALO RL56 Bluetooth recessed downlight is the perfect way to get started with smart home lighting, whether you're looking to outfit your entire home or just a single room. All you need to set it up is a Bluetooth-enabled device and the free HALO Home app; unlike other systems, there's no internet connection or "hub" required. Once installed, you'll be able to easily control and program the lighting from your mobile device-from color temperature fine-tuning and dimming to set the mood, to automatic scheduling and even voice control (via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant, when you add the Internet Access Bridge). And with a wide range of HALO Home indoor/outdoor fixtures and accessories to choose from, you can expand and customize your smart lighting to your heart's content.
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  • Dim the light using just your smart phone-no in-wall dimmer required! (We don't recommend that you use your existing in-wall dimmer)
  • Dim the light using just your smart phone - no in-wall dimmer required (We don’t recommend that you use your existing in-wall dimmer)
  • Get started with just the free HALO Home app and your Bluetooth connection-no internet connection or hub needed
  • HALO Home's free app puts control at your fingertips, from on/off and dimming to advanced features like grouping, scene setting, and scheduling
  • HALO Home’s free app puts control at your fingertips, from on/off and dimming to advanced features like grouping, scene setting, and scheduling
  • Your home's lighting is a voice command away when you pair with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant (requires Internet Access Bridge, sold separately)
  • Connect and control using Bluetooth connection (no internet required) or add even more convenience with a range of easy-to-use controls & accessories
  • DIY-friendly and easy to install, with torsion springs or friction blades (clips)
  • You won't be replacing bulbs anytime soon. HALO's LED lights can run for 50,000 hours-that's about 22 years with typical use of 6 hours/day
  • Compared to a 65W incandescent light bulb and trim, low-wattage LED (9.5W) saves up to $400 in energy costs over the fixture's lifetime
  • Compared to a 65W incandescent light bulb and trim, low-wattage LED (9.5W) saves up to $400 in energy costs over the fixture’s lifetime
  • Let your home's true colors shine, with enhanced color saturation (90 CRI) that mimics the look of natural sunlight
  • Let your home’s true colors shine, with enhanced color saturation (90 CRI) that mimics the look of natural sunlight
  • Energy Star compliant, wet and damp location listed, and cULus certified
  • Please refer to our "Buying Guide" for installation instructions and troubleshooting support

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Nominal Lens Aperture Size5 in.,6 in.4 in.4 in.6 in.
Trim TypeBaffleBaffleShower,Surface MountBaffle
Recessed Lighting TypeCanlessCanlessCanlessCanless
Indoor/OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor,OutdoorIndoor,Outdoor
Damp/Wet RatingDamp Rated,Dry Rated,Wet RatedDamp Rated,Dry Rated,Wet RatedDamp Rated,Dry Rated,Wet RatedDamp Rated,Dry Rated,Wet Rated
New Construction or RemodelNew Construction,RemodelNew Construction,RemodelNew Construction,RemodelNew Construction,Remodel
Compatible Bulb TypeIntegrated LEDIntegrated LEDIntegrated LEDIntegrated LED
IC RatingNon-IC RatedIC RatedNon-IC RatedIC Rated
Trim Size (Width)7.25 in.5 in.6.25 in.7.25 in.
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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Aperture Width (in.)
6
Assembled Depth (in.)
7.25 in
Assembled Height (in.)
2.67 in
Assembled Width (in.)
7.25 in
Housing Height (in.)
2.3
Maximum Cutout Size (in.)
6
Nominal Lens Aperture Size
5 in.,6 in.
Trim Size (Width)
7.25 in.

Details

Color Family
White
Color Rendering Index (CRI)
90
Color Temperature
Warm White, Soft White, Neutral White, Bright White, Daylight
Commercial/Residential
Commercial,Residential
Compatible Bulb Type
Integrated LED
Damp/Wet Rating
Damp Rated,Dry Rated,Wet Rated
Features
Air Tight,Dimmable,Retrofit
Fixture Color/Finish
White
Fixture Material
Metal
Hub Required
Halo Home Bridge
IC Rating
Non-IC Rated
Included
Gasket(s),Mounting Brackets,Wiring Connectors
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor,Outdoor
Integrated LED Type
Tunable
Maximum Actual Color Temperature (K)
5000
Maximum Bulb Wattage
9.7
Maximum Lumens
700
Minimum Actual Color Temperature (K)
2700
Minimum Lumens
600
New Construction or Remodel
New Construction,Remodel
Package Quantity
1
Power Options
Hardwired
Product Weight (lb.)
1.132 lb
Recessed Lighting Type
Canless
Remote Access
Remote Access
Requires Hub?
Hub Required for Remote Access
Returnable
90-Day
Smart Home
Smart Home Enabled
Smart Home Protocol
Bluetooth
Style
Modern
Trim Type
Baffle
Voice Control Hub Required
Alexa via Proprietary Bridge/Gateway Google Assistant via Proprietary Bridge/Gateway
Voltage
Line Voltage
Watt Equivalence
65
Works With
Alexa, Google, Proprietary App

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
Energy Star,UL Listed,cULus Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
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Fantastic recessed LED lights
When remodeling my home and adding an addition I opted to go with recessed lighting in the ceilings. I wanted LED lights that I could control via WiFi and from Alexa and Google Home, but also be able to change the color temperature when I wanted to (never know when you want to change the color on the walls!). These lights were exactly what I needed. I first did my back patio, paired together with the Halo bluetooth wall light switch (HIWAC1BLE40AWH) that controls them. Setting them up in the Halo app on my iPhone was super easy and you can easily group the lights together to the switch. To control them over WiFi you need the small Halo bluetooth-to-wifi internet bridge that plugs into an outlet. With this setup the wall switch turns all of the lights on and off (and has a dimmer), then with the app or Alexa/Google I can turn individual lights on or off and control brightness of any or all of the lights. From the app I can also control the color temperature from 2700k to 5000k, and even make each of them different colors (not that I would, but I could!). After this I installed the same lights with Halo light switches in my living room, family room, office, and three bedrooms. I’ll also be installing them in two additional bedrooms once I get the retrofit cans installed in them. And speaking of cans, three of the rooms and the patio used Halo new construction cans, while the rest of the house were Halo retrofit versions (like the H27RICAT). Everything fit perfectly with no issues. In each of these rooms it’s great to be able to say “Alexa, living room lights 50 percent” or “Hey Google, turn on family room light #4”. You can name them anything you want, like my son who wanted his room to be “bodayshus”. I’ve had them installed now for over a year and they have been working great. The only problem I had was a couple of times the switch acted like it lost connection with the lights in one of the room, but cycling the breaker fixed this. Also one time the Halo server was down so the connection between the internet bridge and Halo caused Alexa and Google Home to not work in controlling them, but that problem went away once the server was back up. Overall I am extremely happy with these lights, the app, and the full control we have over the lights! Would highly recommend them together with the wall switch and bridge.
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What a nightmare! I got the Halo recessed lights because they are supposed to turn on and off with my voice with a bridge. The app for the lights is a pain in the neck. And I don't really like the color of any of the options that the light gives off. So there's that. But on top of it all I buy the bridge and install it except I can't finish installing it because there's nowhere to put your password!! The app blocks the space where the password is to go and you cannot get to it. No matter how hard you try. It won't scroll. And try to get help from Cooper lighting? It's laughable. The only way to contact them is through email and then you have to wait to see if maybe they might respond. If I could I would rip every one of these lights out of my house and take them back. But I spent a lot of money having a contractor rip out my ceiling so I can put these lights in. So I'm not about to spend more money to have them rip them out and then put new ones back in. THESE SHOULD WORK PROPERLY! If anything Cooper lighting should pay ME For the complete waste of time and money! I am so mad!
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    I have replaced nearly all of the lights in my home with Halo Home recessed lights (and plan to r...
    I have replaced nearly all of the lights in my home with Halo Home recessed lights (and plan to replace the remaining lights soon). The replaced lighting was a range of "dumb" incandescent and halogen lights to smart(ish) LED's. My largest complaint with the so-called-smart LED's and switches that I replaced was that they required an internet connected hub and they had slow response that would often reach into the tens of seconds. I had researched using several other brands of smart LEDs, but could find nothing that met my requirements of no hub, an in-wall dimmer option to retrofit my existing switches and both color and dimming control. The Halo Home lighting solution with its Bluetooth based mesh network was just what I was looking for. I love that I have so many options to control the lighting including the "Halo Home Anyplace Dimmer" that I have used to add an extra set of dimmers for both my wife and I on either side of our bed. I am also impressed by the extremely fast response from any of these available control options. They respond nearly instantly. Customer customer service is top notch! I had several questions and found a few minor issues that I came across after installing the lights. I contacted Cooper customer service and relayed these problems and questions and was impressed with the effort put into the reply. They clearly took my reports seriously and I was assured that the problems I reported were going to be resolved in the next release of the software. My questions were answered quickly and thoroughly. I am in the process of using their IFTTT integration (https://ifttt.com/halohome) to tie my lighting to my Ecobee room occupancy sensors and perform more complicated home automation tasks that are not directly available in the Halo Home Android app. So far so good. I have only two complaints. The first is that at this time, the Android app has a few features that need improvement. As mentioned about, I have been assured by customer service that these are being looked into and will be resolved soon. The second complaint is that Eaton/Cooper has not published a programming interface to let us more technical users. This is somewhat mitigated by the IFTTT integration, but it would be nice to have more direct control.
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      First step is to buy the HALO devices/lights and install them in your home. Next get the dimmer s...
      First step is to buy the HALO devices/lights and install them in your home. Next get the dimmer switch and mount practically any place in your home. The package comes with 3M tape to mount securely on your wall. Super easy install. Once the lights are installed and the switch is in place, download the App for your SmartPhone and set everything up. Once the app has detected your lights, you can easily add the switch to control the lights. You do need lights before the App will connect to the switch, just an FYI.
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      This white bluetooth dimmer switch is really cool. It's stylish and sleek looking. The switch o...
      This white bluetooth dimmer switch is really cool. It's stylish and sleek looking. The switch operates and installs easily. It even comes with the 3 batteries. (see photograph uploaded) The unit can be held directly in your hand, it does not need to be installed on a wall. The Halo system is required though, so you can't just get it on it's own. It doesn't require internet either.
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      This Bluetooth Dimmer works with the Halo Home product line. It is the thickness of a smart phone...
      This Bluetooth Dimmer works with the Halo Home product line. It is the thickness of a smart phone and the size of a wall plate (it comes with tape and/or screws to wall mount, if desired). It is powered by three CR2032 coin batteries (also included). You can pair it with one device or a group/entire room. It uses 2.4Ghz 4.0 Bluetooth, with a range up to 100', to the closest device. It has to be paired with the free Halo Home app, but no WiFi service is required. On the positive side ... it is light weight and very responsive. Touch the slider, and the light turns On, at the dimmer level corresponding to where you touched (i.e. touch at top, 100% ... touch in middle, 50% ... touch bottom, Off). The response is immediate; no delay typical of WiFi based lighting. Also, no need to carry a smart phone everywhere and log into app to get a light turned On, and guests do not need to download an app to use lights (also, the app tends to freeze). Works with their newest Bluetooth Mesh (i.e. communicate with each other, not just the base [longer range and better stability]) devices. On the negative ... it was difficult to set up. The clips that hold the batteries have a Negative symbol on them (see pic). Typically that means negative side towards, but actually Positive is up (I see this being a problem when replacing the batteries). Also, the Wake button did not work. I had to call Customer Service to get it reset (to reset: 'quickly' tap the wake button 4 times). Also, not sure why it is 4.0 (2010), and not 5.0 (2016); which is in the newest smart phones? Bottom line ... it is a great option for someone wanting to add a Dimmer Switch to a room/home without a router (e.g. an attic with only a pull chain light, an out-building, a vacation home). Much easier than running new wiring for a switch. Also, great for smart lighting in rooms where you do not want Alexa listening in.
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      My wife selected this product for me to test to see if we might be able to integrate it into the ...
      My wife selected this product for me to test to see if we might be able to integrate it into the smart home automation we currently use in our home. When I initially looked at it, it appeared we would be able to use it to pretty good effectiveness in our basement where we have half pull chain lights and half wall light switch lights. When I received the product, I looked at all the parts and they were pretty straight forward and the instructions were easy enough to follow. The only issue for us is that you have to purchase light fixtures specifically from this brand to use with this switch. And the light fixtures are quite costly which put my idea of smart basement lighting outside the range of our budget quite rapidly. Now if I was upper middle class income, I might be able to justify the expenditure and then these lights and the single dimmer switch would make for a very elegant setup.
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        Very bright light, easy installation. Bluetooth enabled...
        Very bright light, easy installation. Bluetooth enabled
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          The setup is very easy. I can now turn on...
          The setup is very easy. I can now turn on & off my halo lights from anywhere outside my home.
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