Unboxed Ilumin RGBW Smart Bulb (Z-Wave)
**This is an unboxed product from Inovelli. Same 45 day return policy. Same 1 year warranty. Buy with confidence! It will come to you with the bulb only. No instructions or box.**
Introducing, a smart bulb that can be directly controlled from a switch.
Ilumin, Inovelli’s new best bud is unique in that it can be controlled directly from our Inovelli Dimmer or On/Off switches without shutting off the power to them.
Full Color Spectrum
16 million colors, warm or cold white (or anything in-between) all at the touch of a button.
Build your mesh network with the latest Z-Wave chipset (now with our custom module which allows for better range).
Go from 0 to full brightness fast and enjoy 806 lumens (or as we call it, ilumins).
Remembers Last State
If you ever lose power to your smart bulb, it will return in the last state it was in. No more waking up to every light on in the house after a power outage!
Real Time Control
By using Z-Wave Association, these two pals can talk directly to each other locally (no cloud) allowing for almost instant feedback with dimming or on/off. Make sure your Hub/Gateway supports Z-Wave Association (We've tested this on Hubitat, SmartThings, and HomeSeer).
Looking for information to setup your new bulb? Select your hub below to get to setup instructions, device handlers or drivers.
Smart Things handlers unlock special features on your device. Follow the directions to take your already sweet device to the next level!Learn More
Find installation and setup instructions for pairing your LZW42 RGBW Bulb to Hubitat.Learn More
Everything you need to pair your LZW42 RGBW Bulb to Wink! Follow the link to get get started.Learn More
All in one spot get everything you need to setup your LZW42 RGBW Bulb on your Vera hub. Click here to get started.Learn More
Everything you need to pair your LZW42 RGBW Bulb to Home Assistant! Follow the link to get get started.Learn More
Installation and Setup instructions for your LZW42 RGBW Bulb for HomeSeer. Click. Follow. Get started!Learn More
For a full list, click below
Fibaro Home Center 2
Fibaro Home Center Lite
Staples Connect DLink
Wink and Wink 2
Alexa or Google Home?
Smart speakers are NOT Z-Wave hubs so they won't work directly with any Z-Wave devices. But you can use a compatible Z-Wave hub with smart speaker integration to control your dimmer with voice control. These include the Fibaro hubs, Hubitat, SmartThings, Vera, and Wink.
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I've been really impressed with these bulbs. I use them with Home Assistant.
This is the only RGBW Z-Wave brand of bulb I have used, but I have used two other brands of white Z-Wave bulbs and these are superior. I've had problems with other bulbs turning off on command, but not updating in Home Assistant. I thought that was just a limitation of Z-Wave bulbs until I tried these, which always promptly and correctly update their status.
Only criticism is that the unboxed bulbs were not packaged very well. Two bulbs were packaged in one box inside an padded envelope; the box in the envelope had partially opened and the bulbs were rattling around. Fortunately, they were not damaged. I've also bought these bulbs new, and they are safely and attractively packaged when purchased new.
I bought 2 of these bulbs and a switch to test them out. The same day they arrived I bought 3 more.
The bulbs have a very nice white that can be easily adjusted both color temp and brightness to suit your needs. At full brightness they could be a little brighter if you were to use them in a stand alone lamp when compared to standard LEDs I’ve used before, but it’s not an issue at all. They’ve got an accurate and responsive RGB setup, and while I don’t use the RGB as much, it’s a very nice party trick.
I also have 3 of mine paired to the Inovelli Red dimmer switches and the combination works great. One physical switch controls more lights than the original switch did and the whole thing works over zwave, I didn’t have to write any fancy automations or worry about the power being cut to the bulbs. The bulbs can also be controlled with my home automation app without worry about the physical switch being in the wrong state.
The bulb came in a plain cardboard box with a small instruction booklet, as I ordered the unboxed version. One even came just wrapped in bubble wrap. The products were all undamaged and working, so I actually prefer this way. Less cost and less waste.
Mine bulbs are connected to Home Assistant with the built in ZWave component. While the install of the drivers wasn’t the most straight forward, it did work great once it was set up. At the time of writing (2020-06-04) the new OpenZWave component is in beta, but once that is finalized installing the bulb should be as easy as paring the device.
Overall I’d highly recommend and I plan on converting more and more bulbs in my house over to these as my budget allows.
I bought 4 of these bulbs and have been using them for the past week or so. They were easy to pair and easy to setup. +1 for the driver code being on github for the Hubitat. The best feature is these bulbs are smart enough to remember state on power loss. If you lose power, the bulbs will not turn on if they were not on when the power went out. That feature works great for me, as all my basement lights are on one switch. There is one bulb in the beer/wine cellar area I normally keep off, so when I'm too lazy to use my phone to turn the lights on I use the light switch. The cellar bulb remembers the state and doesn't turn on.
The color changing works well, but I wish there was presets as far as fading slowly, red/white/blue, etc.
I look forward to picking up a few more of these to replace all my GE bulbs.
My daughter loves playing with lights and color and this bulb gave her a great way to do that in her room. It was easy to pair with Smartthings (using the classic app and the inovelli device handler) and responds instantly. I would love to program a light to change its color based on the forecast, will have to wait until I have the time.