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TP-LINK Kasa Smart Wi-Fi White LED Dimmable Single Light Bulb

by TP-LINK |
Item # 980150643
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Model # KL110 |

Product Details

About this item

  • Single TP-LINK smart bulb
  • 600 lumen
  • Energy Star certified
  • Dimming range from 1% to 100%
  • Pairs with Google Assistant, Alexa, and Microsoft Cortona
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Description

Bringing your home into the future of technology is an expensive venture. While there are many different smart bulb options, the TP-LINK Kasa Smart Wi-Fi White LED Dimmable Single Light Bulb offers you an affordable choice for those who only need one or two bulbs to complete their smart bulb collection. It is also a great way to test out smart bulbs to make sure they are what you want for your home.

Does the TP-LINK Kasa Smart Wi-Fi White LED Dimmable Single Light Bulb Have Multicolor Capabilities?

TP-LINK has multi color lights available for those who want to change the mood of their room by changing the color. However, the white LED dimmable light only has shades of white light available for use. You cannot change the colors of this light bulb with this light.

What Is the Expected Life of the Wi-Fi Light Bulb?

Your Wi-Fi network and electrical environment do affect the life of your smart bulb. However, based on lab tests, you can expect your smart LED bulb to last between 15,000 and 25,000 hours of use. The life expectancy varies slightly between models.

Can You Reset Your Smart Wi-Fi Light Bulb to Factory Defaults?

If you need to reset your bulb to factory settings, it is easy to do. You can start with a soft reset which doesn't erase all your custom settings. To do a soft reset, turn the switch controlling the bulb off. Then flip the switch on and off three times. This action should reset the bulb and allow you to use it once again.

If you are still having issues with your light, you may need to do a factory reset which will erase all your custom settings. To perform a factory reset, turn the switch controlling the light to the off position. Flip the switch on and off five times. You should be able to reset your settings and use the light as you once did.

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