RGBW Smart Bulb (A19/E26)

Red Series • Z-Wave 500 Series

Regular price$30.00

The bulb is compatible with the following hubs:

Home Assistant - ZHA
Home Assistant - Zigbee2MQTT

If you don't see your hub listed, please do not purchase this switch until confirming it's compatible by contacting us.

Bulb Type: LED
Bulb Shape: A19
Bulb Base: E26
Lumens: 806
Wattage: 9.5W (60W Equivalent)
Color Range: Full RGB (Red, Green, Blue) Color 
Temperature Range: 2700k to 6500k (Warm to Cold White)
Power: 120V AC, 60 Hz
Operating Temperature: 32-104 °F (0-40 °C)
Signal Frequency: 908.42 MHz
Range: Up to 100 meters line of sight between the Wireless Controller (Hub) and the closest Z-Wave Module
Indoor/Outdoor Use: Indoor use only.
Technology: Z-Wave Plus
Z-Wave Chip: 500 Series
UL Listed:E345327
FCC Certified: 2AB2Q6VY-A806ST-Q1G
IC Certified:
Z-Wave Plus Certified: 

For indoor use. Specifications subject to change without notice due to continuing product improvement.

1x Smart Bulb
1x Instruction Manual

Because we constantly keep our materials up to date, we house them in a community driven knowledge base.

Please click on the link below to view the most recent document (opens in a new tab):

Digital Manual

Unmatched Features.

The RGBW Z-Wave bulb has a full range of color as well as warm/cool white. Couple that with it's memory function and you have an amazing smart bulb.


Full Range of Color.

Enjoy full color + warm/cool white.

Community Built.

We take a different approach to building products. We bring them to life with the help of 1,000's of community members and the passionate beta testers. Firmware is always public and improved upon allowing your switch to be future-proof.

Local roots.

We spend hundreds of hours designing, testing and perfecting every Inovelli product in our Kalamazoo, Michigan headquarters.

But we aren’t your typical corporate employees. We’re people who love home automation. In fact, we all have smart homes just like you and started Inovelli because we wanted products for our own homes that weren't #basic.

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