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There are double power points that fit onto the wall, with bigger gap between the sockets, you install those and no need for extension cords.
Octavian
· 21 July 2021
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Sorry, you can’t use this without pairing it to a hue hub.
Harvey
· 28 October 2019
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Philips Hue say you can not, because the plug is designed for appliances that pull low amps. That are not designed for say a fridge or washing machine
Rod Ziems
· 19 January 2021
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If your heater is plugged into the power and you can turn off your heater by flicking your power on and off , yes then it works. The plug simply cuts off the power supply, it does nothing else .
andreas koker
· 30 June 2021
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Does it have the same name as it does on your Philips hue app?
Marie Gabriele
· 3 March 2021
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It uses Bluetooth and Zigbee, if you are using a Hue Hub, the hub will work on a 2.4 or 5 network. We have a hub and mesh wifi combined network and it works fantastic
Rod Ziems
· 10 August 2021
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If you want to control your lights using the Dimmer Switch, you don’t need a Hue Bridge hub at all.
Swamp Industries
Seller · 3 June 2020
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There are two versions of the Hue Bridge, the 1st generation and the 2nd generation. The 1st gen bridge works the same as the 2nd gen with the exception of Apple HomeKit. If you have or plan on integrating Hue with HomeKit, you will need the 2nd generation Hue Bridge
The product description says works with apple homep… see more
There are two versions of the Hue Bridge, the 1st generation and the 2nd generation. The 1st gen bridge works the same as the 2nd gen with the exception of Apple HomeKit. If you have or plan on integrating Hue with HomeKit, you will need the 2nd generation Hue Bridge
The product description says works with apple homepod so assume the latter. See less
There are two versions of the Hue Bridge, the 1st generation and the 2nd generation. The 1st gen bridge works the same as the 2nd gen with the exception of Apple HomeKit. If you have or plan on integrating Hue with HomeKit, you will need the 2nd generation Hue Bridge
The product description says works with apple homepod so assume the latter.

Don Apps
· 7 May 2021
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Hi Ruth. Yes this is the Australian version with Aus plug. Works well. Easy to use.
Gurglebarp
· 4 January 2019
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I don’t think so. Hot spotting allows other devices to use the external internet. Only wifi and Bluetooth allow for interaction with devices. So unfortunately it won’t allow for control of hue devices. You need to be able to set up a wifi network
Lindsay S
· 8 November 2020