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Philips Hue Smart Hub (Compatible with Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit, and Google Assistant)

Stand Alone Bridge. Create your very own Philips Hue system, exactly the way you like it. The new square-shaped Philips Hue bridge supports the hardware authentication required for Apple HomeKit and enables all your Philips Hue lights to work with Apple HomeKit technology. This means if you have the round-shaped Philips Hue bridge and want to use Apple HomeKit, you will need to get your hands on the new bridge. Your existing lights can be controlled via Apple HomeKit once the new Philips Hue bridge is installed. “Siri, turn on my lights! ” The Philips Hue bridge is all you need to set up your personal Philips Hue system. This is actually the brain of the operation that enables you to control all of your Philips Hue products via the Philips Hue app. Once you have installed the Philips Hue bridge and downloaded the Philips Hue app on your smart device, you can set your imagination free and build your very own system! Add up to 50 Philips Hue Lights Select the Philips Hue lights of your choice and connect them to your Philips Hue bridge. The bridge is powerful enough to handle up to 50 lights, so Hue-ify your whole house! Extend with Philips Hue Accessories In the Philips Hue system, you can also connect up to 12 accessories to enhance your connected lighting experience even further. Apple HomeKit Compatible The Philips Hue bridge is compatible with Apple HomeKit technology. Ask Siri to turn on or dim your lights or recall presets without touching a single button. Via third party apps you can even link your lights to other Apple HomeKit enabled devices.

Product Features

  • Add up to 50 Philips Hue lights of your choice with this ZigBee-controlled hub necessary for voice control with Alexa, Apple HomeKit, or Google Assistant , Maximum Operating Range- 98 feet
  • The heart of your Philips Hue system, this hub also enables you to control all of your Philips Hue products via the Philips Hue app, even when you’re away from home. Frequency band is 2400 to 2483.5 MHz
  • Enhance your Philips Hue system by setting timers and alarms, connecting to a variety of apps, dimming the lights and more (cannot be used with conventional dimmers)
  • Easily expand your lighting system with accessories (sold separately), such as a Hue Dimmer Switch, Hue Tap, or Hue Motion Sensor. Pair it for automation with your existing Nest or SmartThings system.Control your lights by connecting the Hue Hub to your router with the included ethernet network cable. This box also includes one Philips Hue Hub, power adapter, manual, and two-year warranty
  • HomeKit compatible iOS 9 or later. iPhone:4, 4S, 5, 5S, 6, 6 Plus, iPod touch: 5th generation.Network Connectivity:Wireless A,Wireless B,Wireless G,Wireless N

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Anonymous says:

Be careful with it It works. Comes with its own Philips’ branded, bright-white AC adapter, 5 volt size. Fun fact: 9 volt AC adapters fit the same size hole as 5 volt. And if you accidentally plug a 9 volt AC adapter into the Philips Hue Smart Hub, it will instantly fry the Hub, and you’ll have to buy another one here on Amazon and then post a review warning people to be careful. To be fair, Philips’ AC adapter is white just like the Hub, making it clear that they belong to each other. So Philips did everything…

Anonymous says:

Buyer beware if you previously purchased an echo plus I only have one complaint about this product. Before having the bridge I used an Amazon echo plus that has a hub inside. I purchased the bridge after and to be honest it was a hassle to install since the lights in my place were already pared with the echo I had to erase them from the system pair them up with the bridge and then pair them up again with the echo so I could use its features. Just imagine getting on a ladder and unplugging around 20 bulbs just to get to see the serial number and…

Anonymous says:

A fun product – but is it worth the crazy cost for a whole system? I struggled with what to include in this review as the product itself is pretty straightforward and really has no meaningful functionality to “review,” per se: it either works or it doesn’t. In my case, the hub worked just fine, setup was easy enough, and I haven’t had any actual trouble with the hub. Since most people looking at the hub are likely considering diving into the Hue system as a whole, my review, instead, will focus on my experience with a relatively built-out Hue system after a…

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