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  • Now there is no need to touch any phone, tablet, switches or speak: simply enter your room to turn on the lights and leave the room to turn off the lights
  • The hue motion sensor requires no wiring, providing the freedom to place it where you want: put it on a bookshelf, side table, cabinet or mount it on the wall
  • The hue motion sensor is easy to install. It's battery powered (2-aaa)and completely wireless
  • Free standing with an adjustable direction and a long battery life of 2 to 3 years
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Philips ... Hue Wireless Dimming Kit, Works w/Alexa [ebay.com]
  • Works with Amazon Alexa to support dimming through voice control (hub required, Alexa device and Philips hub sold separately)
  • No installation needed
  • Place it anywhere
  • Use as a remote control
  • Control up to 10 lights at once
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Philips Hue 2nd Gen Starter Kit White and Color Changing ... [ebay.com]
  • Works with Amazon Alexa for voice control (hub required and included, Alexa device sold separately)

  • Starter kit includes 3 color LED light bulbs and a bridge that wirelessly connects up to 50 lights

  • The bridge enables you to control your lights from your smart device via the Philips Hue App. Add Hue accessories or connect to Alexa to control your lights your way

  • 2nd Generation starter kit comes with brighter bulbs (upgraded from 600 to 800 lumens) and more internal storage for lighting scenes

  • Choose from 16 million colors and play with color. Sync your lights with your music, TV and games for an immersive effect
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is this a self promotion ?
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is this a self promotion ?

it's not laugh out loud ! may I ask you why ?! Smilie
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does this work with google home or smartthings? as a way of controlling lutron caseta smart switches? or do i need another (philips) hub?
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does this work with google home or smartthings? as a way of controlling lutron caseta smart switches? or do i need another (philips) hub?
Do you have at least one Phillips Hue Bridge? You have to have that but then Google Home, Alexa and Logitech Harmony work with SOME of the Hue products http://www2.meethue.com/en-us/fri...-products/

I use some Hue lights with a Logitech Harmony Companion remote and it works pretty well except I find it annoying that the Phillips Bridge MUST always have it's own Ethernet connection to your router to function.

My wireless router is in an room on the opposite end of the house of the living room which has the Logitech Hub in it to control the devices in there including Phillips Hue lighting (limited to dimming and on, off, no changing bulb temp or such with the Logitech remote.

So say I'm sitting there and I select the Harmony "Watch Movie" activity, it's supposed to turn on the TV, the DVD player, switch to the correct input and then dim the lights automatically... if the Hue Bridge has disconnected or is not responding, I have to drop everything and find the Hue bridge and press a physical button to put the bridge in pairing mode with the Logitech and then readd the lights... yeah... for $70.... soooo convenient.
20 minutes of me grumbling, "how is this a thing?!", when a $2 dimmer switch and a 2 foot walk would suffice.

I would have been even okay with it taking up a LAN port on my router (although they could have made it a wireless access point for less expense and better functionality than what that over engineered gigantic button costs) pair it occasionally if they had just included a WPS mode or something...

As with all tech, instead of cutting my losses, I got fed up and just threw more money at it to bend it to my will lol. Bought some cheapo POE adapters and moved it next to the Harmony Hub do I don't have to go on an expedition Everytime I need to get the Bridge resynced to everything... the mind boggles


http://www2.meethue.com/en-us/fri...-products/
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According to smart things community it does work after loading special device handler. Got 2 from Amazon for 22 each earlier
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Do you have at least one Phillips Hue Bridge? You have to have that but then Google Home, Alexa and Logitech Harmony work with SOME of the Hue products http://www2.meethue.com/en-us/fri...-products/

I use some Hue lights with a Logitech Harmony Companion remote and it works pretty well except I find it annoying that the Phillips Bridge MUST always have it's own Ethernet connection to your router to function.

My wireless router is in an room on the opposite end of the house of the living room which has the Logitech Hub in it to control the devices in there including Phillips Hue lighting (limited to dimming and on, off, no changing bulb temp or such with the Logitech remote.

So say I'm sitting there and I select the Harmony "Watch Movie" activity, it's supposed to turn on the TV, the DVD player, switch to the correct input and then dim the lights automatically... if the Hue Bridge has disconnected or is not responding, I have to drop everything and find the Hue bridge and press a physical button to put the bridge in pairing mode with the Logitech and then readd the lights... yeah... for $70.... soooo convenient.
20 minutes of me grumbling, "how is this a thing?!", when a $2 dimmer switch and a 2 foot walk would suffice.

I would have been even okay with it taking up a LAN port on my router (although they could have made it a wireless access point for less expense and better functionality than what that over engineered gigantic button costs) pair it occasionally if they had just included a WPS mode or something...

As with all tech, instead of cutting my losses, I got fed up and just threw more money at it to bend it to my will lol. Bought some cheapo POE adapters and moved it next to the Harmony Hub do I don't have to go on an expedition Everytime I need to get the Bridge resynced to everything... the mind boggles


http://www2.meethue.com/en-us/fri...-products/
lol. i dont have a hue bridge but it sounds like thats probably a good thing....
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Why would you need the dimmer switch to work with Alexa? You can tell her to adjust the brightness by default without any dimmer switch...
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