Control your lighting from anywhere with the LB110. The smart bulb installs as easily as a standard light bulb, and connects to your home Wi-Fi in no time through the free Kasa app. Kasa also lets you manage your lights with your smartphone or tablet, including adjusting brightness, setting schedules and scenes, and tracking energy used. For added convenience, you can use your voice to control the LB110 when paired with Amazon Alexa.
The LB110 connects to your Wi-Fi and lets you control every aspect of your lighting from your smartphone or tablet. Whether home or away, you can always make sure your lighting is set the way you want it. Turn the lights on from your car when you arrive home at night, and make sure all your lights are switched off even when you’re already at work.
Pair the LB110 to Amazon Alexa to enable voice control for your home lighting.
The free Kasa app works with all TP-Link smart home devices, allowing you to easily control your home from any Android or iOS device.
No Hub Required
The LB110 works with any Wi-Fi router without the need for a separate hub or paid subscription service.
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“I bought four of these bulbs when I saw they are compatible for direct control using Amazon’s Echo. And sure enough, it takes a minimum of setup, and they work like a dream! And you can control individual lights, a group of lights, or all of the lights just by telling Echo “Alexa, turn on the living room lights.” The lights come on, Alexa says “Ok” and its perfect!”
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