ilumi Offers Smartphone-controlled Smart Lightbulbs
Article by George Norman
On 25 Jul 2014
ilumi’s smart lightbulbs can be controlled from your smartphone. With the ilumi app for iPhone or Android you can turn the lights on, turn the lights off, or dim the lights.

I will admit that being able to remotely control the lights is pretty cool. But it doesn’t stop there. Here comes the even cooler part: ilumi can produce rich colors. You can change the light color – from warm white light to cool white light, to red, to purple, to green, and all the other colors of the rainbow.

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Screw in the ilumi smart lightbulb and you’re in for a world of awesome! You see, ilumi is a color tunable LED smartbulb with Bluetooth connectivity. This means you can remotely control it from your iPhone or Android. The ilumi app lets you turn the lights off when you no longer need them, turn the lights on when it’s too dark, dim the lights when you’re feeling romantic, and change the light color when you want to party.



The ilumi lightbulb can connect to your smartphone via Bluetooth. Via the ilumi app for iPhone or Android, you can remotely control the lights:
  • Remotely turn the lights on or off.
  • Remotely dim the lights.
  • Change the light type; switch from warm white light to cool white light for example.
  • Change the light color; ilumi can produce a myriad of colors.
  • Control the whole house, control just a room, or control just one ilumi.
  • Multiple people can remotely control the lights.


Corey Egan, Co-Founder of ilumi Solutions, explained that ilumi is “the world’s most intelligent lightbulb” and that it opens up “a world of programming possibilities.” Here are some features that back Egan’s words:
  • Set it so the lights go on alongside your phone alarm.
  • Set it so the lights change color when you receive a call or a message.
  • Sync the light to the music your listening to.
  • The lights automatically turn on or off as you move around the house.
  • When you’re not home, have the lights randomly turn on and off.


Two ilumi smartbulbs are available for purchase.

The small A21 ilumi produces 800+ lumens, consumes 13 watts, and is great for lamps. It is priced at $89.98.



The large PAR30 ilumi produces 1100+ lumens, consumes about 15 watts, and is great for overhead, recessed, or track lighting. It is priced at $99.98.



Additional information on ilumi is available here.




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