Philips Hue Personal Wireless Lighting 1 m Lightstrip Plus LED Extension Kit (Includes 1 x 1 m LED Lightstrip Plus Extension, Works with Alexa) [Energy Class A]
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- 1 m of flexible light, extendable and cuttable to size - to be used with the lightstrips plus 2 m
- High light output for fuctional and decorative use
- Play with warm to cool white light and 16 million colours
- Control from your iOS and Android smart devices (requires a Philips Hue Bridge)
- Set alarms, timers, geofencing, light notifications and more
- Control your Philips Hue lights with your voice on Amazon Echo, Amazon Echo Dot and Amazon Tap
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Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus Extension provides 1 m of flexible light. Shape it, attach it to any solid surface and extend it up to 10 m by adding the 1 m extensions to the Lightstrips Plus 2 m kit (requires the 2 m kit for the 1 m extensions to work). Requires a Philips Hue bridge(not included in this kit) to control with your smart device.
Please note: Just on its first appearance, not plugged in, the lightstrip has a copper core running through it giving it an orange/red appearance which is similar to the green in the picture on the site. To ckeck the product, please switch on the product.
1 x 1 m lightstrip plus extension
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Your personal wireless lighting system.
Enhance your everyday life
Philips Hue can welcome you home. Wake you up. Get you energised. Make you feel safe. Improve your mood. Enhance your entertainment experience. It can even keep you informed about the weather or incoming calls. The possibilities are endless once you start exploring.
Shape light your way
One of the flexible light sources. Shape it, attach it to any solid surface and extend it up to 10 m by adding an extension. Connect it to the Philips hue bridge and control it with your smartphone or tablet.
- Colour changing (LED)
- Number of bulbs: One
- Total lumen output fixture: 1600 lm.
Shape, bend and extend
Hue Lightstrip Plus is one of the flexible light source imaginable. It comes with a detachable power adapter for easy installation. You can shape the strip in nearly any form and use the tape on the back to attach it to any solid surface. If needed, you can cut your hue Lightstrip Plus to size on the scissor markings. Integrate Lightstrip Plus into furniture, under kitchen cabinets or highlight architectural features with smooth, indirect light. Hue Lightstrip Plus is a versatile and robust light source that will bring your room to life.
High light output: 1600 lumen
With a high output of 1600 lumen and light coverage over its total length, hue Lightstrip Plus gives enough light to be used both as a decorative and functional light source.
Paint with light
Play with light and choose from 16 million colours in the hue app to match the light to your mood. Philips hue Lightstrip Plus gives you full colour consistency from the first to the last extension. Use a favourite photo and re-live moments with splashes of light. Save your favourite light settings and recall them whenever you want with the tap of a finger.
Sync light to music and films
Extend your TV viewing experience to the whole room or lift your gaming experience to the next level. Download a third-party app and discover the amazing things you can do with Philips hue. Or sync light to your favourite music and enjoy every beat to the maximum. Turn any room into a dance floor and see how light reacts to your music. Download one of the third-party apps and get the party started with Philips Hue.
Sync light to music and films
Create your ambience
Light for your well-being
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BUT.... in my particular use-case, I am running this with an additional 3 x 1 metre extensions. The total light output is not increased - it just dims the overall strip. This in confirmed on the FAQ section on the American version of the philips website, where it states that the 1600 lumen output is not increased by extending the strip. A lot of the issue springs from the fact that the kit comes with a 24W power brick. Doing the maths shows that this will get maxed out at a little over 2 metres.
Specifically, it gets maxed out at 4200k temperature. If you have the strip in pure red / green / blue / warm white / cool white you will not max out the power until you hit several metres.
I have done some tests with voltmeters, watt meters, and alternative power supplies (I used a 24v, 10a supply). The power limitation appears to be built into the controller so there is no way around it.
For most normal people this won't be an issue - but if you are planning on lighting an entire room with long lengths, just be aware of this limitation.
In fact, the 1 metre extension packaging states 800 lumen output - this is physically impossible, given that the total output (1600 lumens) gets split between each metre).
First thing to point out is that the build quality is far superior to a cheap eBay strip, but most importantly for me, being able to integrate it and create light receipes was a big bonus. There are down sides though and they are pretty big ones. Firstly the light output is no better than the cheap ten quid set I had. Secondly the Hue light strip is less than half the length which makes the Hue strip appear dimmer in comparison.
Overall I am happy and plan to use the forthcoming motion sensor to switch on both my lightstrip and lamp when I walk into my living room. However if you don't care for the Hue integration save yourself a lot of money and get yourself a cheap set on eBay which light wise is just as good, and length wise much better value for money. Think of it this way, you can buy 6 much longer eBay sets for the price of the 2m Hue lightstrip.
There is a big wall-wart attached to the plug, which is ugly, but also an additional chocolate-bar sized box which has to stuck out of sight close to o the strip (that's assuming you have room there)
You can trim the strip to size, but only at 30cm intervals, so you usually either have some excess you have to wrap around somehow, or clip the strip and then leave a gap either side of what you're trying to light.
I'm sure it will be a good product after a couple more iterations of development, but right now it's a bit of a bodge
I use the Philips Hue Lightstrips in my lounge and kitchen. I have eight sets in total, all connected wirelessly to the Hue Bridge. The Lightstrips are ideal for placing under kitchen cabinets, or indeed on top of the wall mounted cabinets that I have in my lounge. I use the Hue Tap to control them in most cases, and also an Amazon Echo Dot for voice control and a standard wall mounted light switch in the kitchen. The Philips Hue app is easy to use, but somewhat convoluted in its setup. Having said that, once you have everything setup as it should be, its very good indeed. I suggest that when it comes to setting things up, do take your time and don't give up easily as the rewards are great when its all working properly.
As I mentioned, there are some downfalls to this product. But before I get into that, I need to tell you how I have my Lightstrips installed in my kitchen.
On top of some of the kitchen cabinets is a power socket, six of them in total, each one of these sockets are operated from a standard light switch on the wall in the kitchen, I can then turn on or off all of the lightstrips from this single switch.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Tried to attach it today and the stick isn't adequate. It won't go underneath my tv nor under a shelf. I'm disappointed as they weren't cheap.Published 9 days ago by Dan
I have almost Philips hue products and been very impressed with the quality until this. Bought to apply to the back of my TV case. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Griners
It produces a really nice light across the back of my shelves and the different colours/warmth makes a impressive difference. Surprisingly good.Published 15 days ago by Andres
Looks amazing easy to setup as all hue products are pictures dont do it justicePublished 16 days ago by Pda22k
I have used this lightstrip to project light from the rear of my TV which looks great. The strip itself doesn't fit around the whole of my 50" TV but goes along the top and... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Neil