|Package Dimensions||12.29 x 8.71 x 1.9 cm; 43 Grams|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Item Weight||43 g|
HaoDeng WiFi Wireless LED Smart Controller Alexa Google Home IFTTT Compatible,Working with Android,iOS System,RGBW Strip Lights DC 12V 24V(No Power Adapter Included)
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|Light source type||LED|
|Control method||Remote, Voice|
About this item
- Work with Alexa: Voice control your led light strip by speaking to Alexa, speak out your demand,control your light strip through voice commands, you can turn on/off , change the color , dim/brighten the RGBW light strip
- RGBW Wifi wireless Smart Controller: You can set HaoDeng wifi led light strip to power on with the morning sun, gently waking you, or to turn on and off as you leave or arrive home
- Easy installation: comes with a Wifi controller and a mini IR remote and a littel 4 pin connectors (This wifi controller can not be used for 5.0Ghz Network)
- Multifunctional lights: You can also make the lights lighting with the rhythm of music in your Smart Phone , By using 1 App you can set Groups ,control many wifi light strips at the same time
- Tips and Services: Please carefully read the User Manual before Using. Contact with us if you have any uncertainties about the wifi Controller, if you find the wifi remote does not work , please reset the wifi controller or contact us (No power adapter included).
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But they work fine, don't get hot. I'd buy it again, but I have a bunch of 'em now.
I do wish the light strip connector was a bit more robust, four or five small pins is pretty fragile.
Used with RGBWW light strip which worked perfectly.
The colors in the app were way off from what they actually looked like, but changing the RGB values or just moving your finger around the circle you could always end up getting to the colors you wanted. I actually figure that is probably an issue with my light strip and the led's it uses and not the controllers fault though.