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Philips Hue Smart Bridge (Compatible with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and Google Assistant)
- Add up to 50 Philips Hue lights of your choice with this ZigBee-controlled bridge necessary for voice control with Alexa, Apple HomeKit, or Google Assistant.
- The heart of your Philips Hue system, this bridge also enables you to control all of your Philips Hue products via the Philips Hue app, even when you're away from home.
- Enhance your Philips Hue system by setting timers and alarms, connecting to a variety of apps, dimming the lights and more (cannot be used with conventional dimmers).
- Operational humidity: 0%<H<80% (non condensing), Operational temperature: 0°C - 40°C. Frequency band: 2400-2483.5 MHz, Maximum number of accessories: 10, Maximum number of bulbs: 50, Mounting options: Desktop,Wall
- Control your lights by connecting the Hue Bridge to your router with the included ethernet network cable. This box also includes one Philips Hue Bridge, power adapter, manual, and two-year warranty.
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Light your home smarter
Make light do more for you. Hue is your personal wireless lighting system that lets you easily control your light from your device, creating the right ambience for any moment. Meet the world's most connected lights.
Personal wireless lighting
Get started with Philips Hue and control your lights from your smart phone or tablet, or even with your voice. The Philips Hue bridge is the heart of the system. It unlocks endless possibilities through the Philips Hue app.
- Powered by your touch - no batteries
- Add up to 50 Hue lights to 1 bridge; range
- Extend with Philips Hue accessories
- Smart Control, Home and Away
- Zigbee technology
The heart of your Philips Hue system
The Philips Hue bridge is all you need to set up your personal Philips Hue system. This is actually the brain of the operation that enables you to control all of your Philips Hue products via the Philips Hue app.
Smart control, home and away
You can control your lights remotely wherever you are. Check if you have forgotten to switch your lights off before you left your home, and switch them on if you are working late.
Philips Hue is based on ZigBee, a low-power and reliable technology to control your lights. New features and improvements are continuously added to the system. Updates to both software and firmware are done wirelessly and seamlessly, directly to your Philips Hue product.
Control with your voice
Philips Hue works with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit and Google Home, powered by the Google Assistant, to allow you to control your lights with your voice. Turn your lights on and off. Dim to the desired brightness for a perfect ambiance. Even recall pre-set scenes, change colors and more.
Set up your bridge
Plug in your bridge and it will automatically power up. Connect it to your Wi-Fi router using the network cable provided. Wait for the three lights to come on and you are good to go.
Set up your bridge
Download the Philips Hue app
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|Hue Tap Switch||Hue Dimmer Switch||Hue Motion Sensor||Hue Bridge|
|Battery||Kinetic energy - no batteries||CR2450 battery (incl.)||2 AAA batteries (incl)||No batteries|
|Place anywhere||Yes, with screws or adhesive tape (incl.)||Yes, with screws, adhesive tape (incl.) or magnetic base||Yes, with screws and magnetic base (incl.)||Yes, anywhere close to a power socket|
|Use as remote||Yes||yes||N/A||N/A|
|IP rating||IP 20||IP 21||IP42||IP 20|
|Number of buttons||4||4||N/A||1|
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Then it came time to connect it to Alexa. The downside here is that I had to link my Amazon account to the Philips Hue system in order for it to work. This technically means a computer somewhere on the Internet is relaying messages from my Echo Dot to the Hue Bridge for me (even thought they're only meters from each other). The advantage is that I can control the lights from Alexa but also from anywhere via the app. Good fun.
At the end of the day, there's a great satisfaction controlling the lights in the house via Alexa. I've got a few other smart devices since and Alexa can control them all. I'm pretty sure there are a lot more things I could start doing with this system. I feel like I've only just started scratching the surface.
So having to get ladders and unscrew 15 lights was a frustrating process that would be solved with wifi/network discovery or storing that data in the Alexa app as an example
I have been having a few issues with connecting to certain lights but it is handy to have