Options for where to cut a LIFE strip. At the solder point at .5 m, or between the LEDs with empty white space, and no oval metal connector.
I’ve already bust one brand new strip by using too much force to push it through a hole in my new cabinet, so this will be my second attempt, but just bringing it down a touch, so I don't need to force it through this particular hole. I’ve made the cut successfully, and all working as expected.
I want to buy a starter pack and cut the included strip in half. I have not used these yet so this is from my reading on this forum and use of other types of LED strips as I had the same query as you :).
Too long, and you will get low power and flaky performance at the far end. It may be that at some point users will have to experiment a little and risk killing a strip to see how some of these ideas go.
Since I only moved my LIFE lights over a few at a time, I created a new Location, and then factory reset lights in my old place, and set them up in the new place, adding them to the new Location. I was unable to do the factory reset from the app for 2 lights.
I need to be able to delete these two stupid lights, so I can tell my Google Home to “Re sync My Devices” and be done with this. Just the serial number and nonexistent Wi-Fi signal strength, and it's telling me it's “disconnected”.
Hi all, so last night my tiles were acting up a bit and I didn't think much of it. They flashed multicolor for a bit and I couldn't control them, but after a minute I was able to turn them off.
The power cable was a touch loose, so I pushed it back in fully and plugged the power supply back in, but still no light. I then started to smell burning, and I heard the power supply was pinging.
I unplugged the power again and examined the tile more closely. Anytime I go to add the lightbulb to HomeKit, I’m presented with this error ... even though I have the number that matches the serial right here.
I reset the bulb, and it connects to Wi-Fi and works as expected through Google Home and Alexa... but I’ve no idea how to get this to work with HomeKit again. Side note: using an Apple TV has my home hub.
Click Flip works right from the start BATTERY Up to 18 months replaceable coin battery (Flip) or up to 24 months (Flip Lights).
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LIFE Mini White (A19) Wi-Fi Smart LED Light Bulb, Dimmable, Warm White, No Hub Required, Works with Alexa, Apple HomeKit and the Google Assistant I bought one of these a year ago to see if it would work better in an area I have where RF devices seem to have issues. Note Hue and Wi-Fi operate in the same frequency range so strength of signal is the main deciding factor between them working reliably.
Here is the signal strength stats for it and a Waze v2, which has the worse Wi-Fi performance of any IP camera I've tried, sitting near each other. Adding them back is fairly simple, but you probably do not want to have deal with doing it without a serious feature to balance that out.
The bulb does seem to work fine from the Android app but not HomeSeer till I also restarted the plugin. Life has just announced five new products that join the company's burgeoning ranks of smart lighting gadgets.
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