Hi Patty - you can sync your bulbs to the same color by quickly turning the light switch on and off two times very quickly (2 power cycles. Off-On-Off-On). This will reset the bulbs to the same color.
Yes - This is a great option for use in a lamp that accepts an A19 bulb with a medium base. Please note that this lamp offers three different "Scenes": Soft white, Daylihgt, and a warm glow. Scenes can be changed by toggling on and of with an on/off switch (this bulb is not compatible with dimmers). This SceneSwitch bulb should not be used in an enclosed fixture or where it will be directly exposed to water, however.
These bulbs are 80 CRI
These SceneSwitch bulbs do not have any WiFi or connected capabilities so they can't connect to the Phillips Hue bridge. They only have the ability to change their output temperature color and wattage with the rapid on/off of their light switch.
Yes, I use 4 of these in a 4 bulb fixture in my bathroom over the mirror. They have to be synchronized. I love the effect and sometimes when I want brighter light I flip the switch until I get the type of light I want. If they get unsynchronized, just unscrew them and the rescrew them in to get them back in sync!
That would be up to the manufacturer! So far I've seen no such versions.
there should be no liquid.
The switch on the lamp itself cycles through the lighting states, once on, via a quick flick off and then back on.
I have two of these in my ceiling fan light. Two of more bulbs will stay in sync if either turned back on promptly (changes scene) or turned back on after several seconds (comes on at last scene used). If turned off for a certain length of time, like two to four seconds one bulb may advance to the next scene but not the other. Turn one bulb off and on by unscrewing and screwing back in will get it back in sync. In normal use they will stay that way.
Yes. This bulb can be used in an enclosed fixtures. I have one in a ceiling fan with a globe and one in a half bathroom also with a globe.