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Questions and Answers for LIFX 100-Watt Equivalent A21 Multi-Color 9000K Wi-Fi LED light Bulb Works w/Alexa/Hey Google/HomeKit Tunable White (1-Bulb)

Internet #327940037

Model #LFXA211600RGBW

Store SKU #1010712532

  • Energy-efficient LED bulb use 15.5W replace standard 100Watt bulb
  • Connects directly to your home Wi-Fi, no bridge or hub required
  • Compatible with Alexa, Apple HomeKit and hey Google

Questions & Answers

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Q:Does it hv e27 screw? Thanks.
by|Jun 8, 2024
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A:  Hi Jsiu, the LIFX A21 is currently only available in an E26 fitting. Please reach out to us at 'support@lifx.com' if you have any further questions. Thank you.

by|Jun 12, 2024
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    Q:Can this 100-Watt equivalent bulb be used in a recessed 6inch can?
    by|Apr 19, 2024
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    A:  Hi Nandiy, thank you for your question. Typically most recessed cans have an E26 screw fitting inside of it. I would double check your fitting and as long as it does, this bulb can absolutely be used in that fitting! If you have any further questions, please reach out over at support.lifx.com. Thanks again!

    by|Apr 22, 2024
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      Q:Do these bulbs support 1600 lumen color output? Or is the color output just 1100 lumen as the previous gen bulb, and only the white-spectrum can reach 1600 lumens?
      by|Mar 17, 2024
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      A:  Hi Justin, great question. The lumens are advertised based on the highest brightness of the bulb, so 1600 lumens would reflect the whites of the bulb. When you set the bulb to a specific colour, not all LED's are operational, which means a 1600 lumen bulb is brightest on white. In saying that, I think you will find this bulb is overall a LOT brighter than the previous model.

      by|Jun 8, 2024
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        Q:will it go into the ultraviolet blacklight range of color?
        by|Dec 3, 2023
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        A:  Hi there, thank you for your question. We can confirm that the LIFX A19 does not have ultraviolet light.

        by|Dec 4, 2023
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          Q:Does this work with 5g
          by|Sep 26, 2023
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          A:  Hi JMupstate, providing you are referring to the 5Ghz WiFi Band (and not the fifth-generation technology standard for cellular networks), like all other smart lights on the market, LIFX is only compatible with the 2.4Ghz Band. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us at https://support.lifx.com/ Thanks

          by|Sep 27, 2023
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            Q:If I purchased 2, Can they be controlled together or one at a time?
            by|Sep 19, 2023
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            A:  Hi there Charlie, thank you for your question! Through our app, you have the option to control them either one at a time OR together when placed into the same group! This article will show you how to add multiple lights to the one group if you are interested in controlling them together - https://support.lifx.com/hc/en-us/articles/14508998551703-Control-How-to-turn-on-and-off-your-lights-at-location-groups-and-individual-levels

            by|Sep 20, 2023
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              Q:Will this work with a 3-way switch floor lamp?
              by|Aug 19, 2023
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              A:  Hi Brac, as long as the fixture does not incorporate any voltage attenuating devices within its circuitry (such as 'dimmers') and has the correct fitting, there shouldn't be any issues. More information on LIFX minimum requirements can be found via the following link. Thanks! https://support.lifx.com/hc/en-us/articles/14509219144215-Minimum-requirements

              by|Aug 31, 2023
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                Q:Can this be used outside?
                by|May 9, 2023
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                A:  The LIFX BR30 and LIFX + BR30 are IP65 outdoor rated. They can be used in outdoor fixtures and fixtures that may get direct water exposure. The rest of the LIFX line is not suitable for direct weather exposure. This means they are not a good fit for places with water that would actually get on the fixture when there is normal to heavy rain. The A19 and Mini lines are acceptable for use in damp locations. Acceptable places would be: in a bathroom (but not inside a steam shower for example), outside- but only in lamps that are covered, and under eaves that would protect them from direct rain.

                by|Jun 5, 2024
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