|Manufacturer||Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.|
|Product Dimensions||3.91 x 3.91 x 1.91 cm; 82 Grams|
|Item Model Number||Z3-1BRL-WH-L0|
|Batteries||1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)|
|Size||1 Count (Pack of 1)|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||(1) Aurora Smart Bulb Dimmer|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
|Item Weight||82 g|
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Lutron Aurora Smart Bulb Dimmer Switch for Philips Hue Smart Bulbs, Z3-1BRL-WH-L0, White
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||39 x 39 x 19 millimetres|
About this item
- PROBLEM SOLVER: Smart dimmer switch keeps Philips Hue smart bulbs in ‘ready mode’ and provides easy dimming for everyone, no app required
- ALWAYS READY: Simply ”locks” existing toggle switch, keeping it in the on position, preventing anyone from accidentally turning off the smart bulb functionality
- STAYS CONNECTED: Maintains connection with Philips Hue smart bulb, even if the Wi Fi goes down, so that you always have control over your lights
- ANYONE CAN USE: Allows for anyone to adjust your Philips Hue smart bulbs at the wall, no app required
- RECOGNIZED AESTHETIC: Rotary knob easily provides the perfect lighting level; tap to turn lights on/off, or rotate to dim/brighten lights
- EASY SET UP: 2 steps in less than 2 minutes, no wiring needed. Simply mount the bracket over existing toggle switch and snap the knob on
- TECHNICAL SPECS: Works with Philips Hue smart bulbs and other ZigBee certified smart bulbs; can program through the Hue App using the Hue V2 Smart Bridge
- INCLUDES: (1) Lutron Aurora Smart Bulb Dimmer
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Did you know Philips Hue smart bulbs are only active when the light switch is in the on/up position? If the switch is accidentally turned off or Wi-Fi connection is lost, the Philips Hue smart bulb no longer operates from any control source (wireless app, remote, or voice). The Aurora “Always Ready” Smart Bulb Dimmer is the first and only solution that ensures your Hue smart bulbs are kept in ‘ready mode. ’ Its elegant, intuitive, easy-touch dimming aesthetic allows anyone to control the lights, even if they don’t have the app.
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To connect to the Hue hub, I did have to do a couple hard resets on the Lutron dimmer. Not sure why, but this was easy enough and the initial connection was at least able to identify the Lutron dimmer and thus easily give me the reset instructions (it was connected, but would not control the lights it was supposed to control). All worked fine after a couple reconnects -- about par for any modern electronic device these days, it seems.
When it comes to convenience, I've played around with Philips Hue switches before because they get closer to the "standard light switch package", but I haven't found anything more directly effective than this. It first deals with the problem of 'how do people interact with lights' via allowing people to either press the switch to turn it on/off, and allows for people to control a dimmer feature via spinning the dial. But, more importantly, it locks operation of the light switch. I currently live in an apartment so I cannot connect or disconnect certain plugs from a switch, and there are times that I do not want a light switch to be operational - like, for example, if the switch connects to a plug that powers my computer or other devices I expect to stay on. Installation of this over a switch stops that switch from being fiddled with, while still letting easy control of lights.
Even when you're not dealing with something that wants/assumes constant power, smart lights losing power can be a bit of a pain in the butt in the first place: Philips Hue has a 'power on' default now (thankfully), but I'm not sure about their competitors. It at least means that you're not going to have strange reactions when lights are powered on, but lights that are off will never respond to a remote command. Locking the switch on means that this isn't an issue, and the ease of operation by anyone who isn't even tech-inclined means that the switch being locked on won't be an issue.