Includes two Hue White A19 LED bulbs and a Hue Bridge
Provides you with control of your lighting from your smart phone or tablet
Bulb Base Size: Standard Edison medium screw base E26
Light Appearance: 2700 kelvin
Bulb Length: 3.5 inches
Bulb Life: 22 years
Recommended Use: General purpose
Package Quantity: 2
Light Bulb Color: White
Light Bulb Type: LED
Industry or Government Certifications: No certifications
Federal Efficiency Standards: Yes
Watt output equivalent: 60 Watts
Volts Required: 120 Volts
Contains mercury: No
California Title 20 compliance: Not CA Title 20 compliant
Light bulb shape: A19
Color rendering index: 80
Light settings: Dimmable (full range)
Energy used (watts): 10
Power factor rating: .54
Warranty: 3 year limited warranty. To obtain a copy of the manufacturer's or supplier's warranty for this item prior to purchasing the item, please call Target Guest Services at 1-800-591-3869
Item Number (DPCI): 085-02-0988
Philips Hue White A19 Starter Kit is the basis of your Hue connected lighting system. The kit includes two Hue White A19 LED bulbs and a Hue Bridge to provide you with control of your lighting from your smart phone or tablet. Hue White provides a soft white light, with full dimming capabilities.
Great lights and super easy to set up, the directions and app were self explanatory. My son loves turning on the lights with my phone and being able to dim them, calling his room the smart room now! Thanks for a super cool product!
No where on the box did it Day you have to have an Ethernet connection. So I bought these this unit they connect via blue tooth or WiFi like everything else these days. I share the WiFi with my landlords so I do not have a router to connect to. I manage to find an old extender, but my phone won’t connect to that because of weak security. I wasted 2 hours trying different methods of setting this up, nothing but frustration. Had I have known this I wouldn’t have even bought them. Please label this so others know. So many renters are of WiFi and don’t have an Ethernet connection, and I don’t want to buy another extender to try it again. I wasted enough time time tonight. The color is really pretty, i was really looking forward to them
If you want only hue lighting products it woks great. pretty easy to setup and link with Echo Dot. No wires to run put "tap" or Dimmer switches or indoor rated motion sensors anywhere. I could do that 40 years ago with x10 devices and controllers, there is nothing new here. Just really disappointed by the versatility and options of this product line. no 100 watt indoor lamp bulbs no outlet controllers no magnetic contact switches no door/window switches no outdoor rated switches of any kind no darkness detectors Just really disappointed with Hue and the native Hueniverse I will say that all of the Hue products in the Hueniveres work just fine without invading your privacy or your email box If you want to do anything that requires the "bridge" controller you have to give away your privacy. It will not allow you to operate the bridge without allowing access to your mobile phone personal details including your physical house location. The phone app monitors your location/mobile phone number/email address.
Once the starter kit is set up and programmed to a schedule (which takes some interest & understanding of tech applications), the system behaves as expected and can easily be controlled with dimming features from the Hue App on a mobile phone. The cost of the starter kit and the individual bulbs to expand the kit are higher priced, but once installed, can create a mood to your liking. I focused on setting up the white starter kit and separately purchased 2 white ambiance and one color bulbs for my family room where we spend most time and near the hub. The color bulb is being used on the floor in an up light and the white bulbs in lamps around the room on tables.