|Works with Alexa/Google Assistant
Easily connect the smart wifi LED Bulb with your Alexa or Google Assistant device, so you can interact with it anytime when you are at home and even if you aren’t!
The Woox Wifi Smart Bulb works directly with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant so they are able to manage your smart device on/off state, colour or light intensity through voice control. Specify a name individually to the Smart Light Bulbs and just communicate with them by name when giving a voice command. The Smart Life app and also Amazon Alexa or Google Home assistant can group several smart devices, for example, multiple smart light bulbs and then they can be triggered at once with only one voice command.
|No HUB Required
The Woox R9074 RGBW E27 dimmable LED wifi Smart Light Bulb, Works with any Wi-Fi router (2.4GHz Band) without the need for a separate hub, gateway, additional hardware or paid subscription service.
|Interconnectivity with other brands using IFTTT
You can control your lights remotely anywhere you are. With the geofencing technology, the smart lights can also welcome you’re home or switch off automatically when you leave the house or office. It’s all about simplifying your life and providing you harmony and peace of mind in intelligent and valuable ways.
Using IFTTT you can create even more complex scenes to include the Woox R9074 wifi smart light bulb and other smart devices you might have in your house from other brands.
When you are home, just tell Alexa or Google assistant to switch on the lights in the house, garage or garden, or just program the smart lights to come on at a pre-set time, so the lights are already on when you’ll arrive home.
You can set different timing schedules based on the clock or environmental events like the sunset or sunrise to program your light to switch on or off.
And of course, you can ask Alexa or Google to switch all the lights off, or just let the lights turn off gradually in the night for better comfort and cosy home, this way you’ll never have to worry whether you’ve left any lights on.
*supported wifi frequency is 2.4GHz, not 5GHz