Influencer's Installation Guide
Lumary smart WiFi recessed lights work with Alexa/Google Assistant
Lumary recessed lighting meets your different lighting needs
Lumary smart LED wafer downlights to create the perfect lighting ambiance
Random Timing Mode
Schedule & Timer
Automation of Lighting
Customer questions & answers
The will work locally on home assistant. This is an issue with all smarthome products. And one of the many reasons home assistant is the best thing you can do for your smart home. You can run it off of an old pc, laptop, raspberry pi, nas, or basically any computer you can leave running 24/7. It's open source and free. Once you install it and set it up, you don't have to worry about a company going out of business. Plus, it has limitless automation possibilities.
Smartlife/Tuya app can also be used.
The fixture is rated at 13 watts per fixture. A 15 amp circuit can handle 1800 watts max. You should only use 80% of a circuit or 1,440 watts. 1,440 watts divided by 13 watts per fixture equals 110 fixtures. If you take 15 amps and multiply by 120 volts this will give you the 1,800 watts. A 20 amp circuit will give you 2,400 watts. I hope I helped you.
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The beam angle of our LED recessed light is 100°
About 0.5”, the thickness of the junction box is 1.24"
super easy to install and configure. Would like to note, in my case, I had to get each light paired with wifi one by one. The price is unbeatable as well, when you consider the color changing, Alexa and phone compatibility, as well as overall brightness/dimming and area coverage. They are top tier compared to standard lithonia or Juno lighting. Definitely buying again
Very easy to install. Great color options, and brightness.
Initially I thought these didn’t work with the Bluetooth remote but their WhatsApp support reminded me to try a firmware upgrade. After the upgrade they paired instantly. Outside of that, out of the box they’re set to remember the last setting which means if you turn the lights off in a smart way, the light switch won’t be able to turn them on. Fortunately, there’s a setting to switch it to default color and brightness or a custom combination. Other than that, grouping is very simple and intuitive but not visible from Home Assistant. The plan is to set it up with Home Assistant via Tuya and the bridge it to Hubitat. All in all, I was very happy with them but working through last user experience issues have me completely in love. I’m glad to have bought a whole bunch.
Install: It was literally the easiest light I have ever installed. Removing the old light took longer. All manufacturers should take note of this install method.
To install: Screw in the ceiling plate using provided or existing screws, with your black, white, copper coming out the center (of course do this with power off). If you look at my attached picture, the wires then push and clip right into the holes. After this is done, you simply take the light and snap it into place. Done!
My wife says the the old light looks like a "boob" light (attached). The kitchen looks much better with the new light added. The light is also much brighter than my old one, and the old one had 3 bulbs inside! So will for sure be saving energy.
I have it setup to use google home, but you can also use the app to control. With the app or smart home system, you can change hundreds of light colors, dim the lights, or do pre made programs.
The light strip at the top can be controlled independent of the main light, but can turn on the top section when ready for party mode.
The light does react to music, but keep this in mind - the light does not have a microphone. It uses your phone (or device)'s mic that you have the app installed on. So it does work well, just make sure to have your phone close to the music.
great quality. very happy with the product
Easy to use. Works great w Alexa.