Kasa Smart Light Bulb KL110, LED Wi-Fi smart bulb works with Alexa and Google Home, A19 Dimmable, 2.4Ghz, No Hub Required, 800LM Soft White (2700K), 9W (60W Equivalent)

Special FeatureEnergy Efficient, Dimmable
Light TypeLED
Indoor/Outdoor UsageIndoor
Wattage9 watts
Light ColorSoft White
BrandKasa Smart
  • Dimmable Kasa Smart’s dimmable light bulb has a dimming range from 1 percent to 100 percent, Set the right brightness for any mood or activity, Turn your bulb to full brightness to get your Kids up in the morning or dim it enough for them to fall asleep at night
  • No hub required: The Kasa smart Wi-Fi light bulb, dimmable connects to your home’s secure WiFi network, No need for a hub or extra equipment, All you need is your smartphone, the Kasa Smart app and a Wi-Fi connection to start controlling your bulb from anywhere
  • Control from anywhere: Control your smart light bulb from anywhere with your smartphone using the case smart app (iOS, Android), Smoothly dim the brightness of your light bulb from anywhere with the app
  • Voice control: Use simple voice commands to control your Kasa smart dimmable light bulb with any Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant or Microsoft Cortana, Just tell your voice assistant to dim your lights and set the perfect mood for movie night
  • Note: Requires a secured 2.4 gigahertz Wi-Fi network connection. Typical Lumen output – 800lm
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Device detailed description

Smart Wi-Fi LED bulb with dimmable soft white protocols supported: IEEE 802.11b/g/n. System requirement: Android 4.1 or higher iOS 9.0 or higher. Wireless type: 2.4GHz 1T1R.

Features and specification

Brand Smart devices brand

Integration Supported smart home integration

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Interface Smart device connectivity interface

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Color Available colors

Material Smart home device material

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Item Package Quantity

‎1

Type of Bulb

Luminous Flux (Lumens)

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Included Components

‎1 Kasa Smart Light Bulb, Dimmable, Quick Installation Guide

Batteries Included?

Batteries Required?

Warranty Description

‎2-year warranty.

Product Dimensions

‎2.36 x 2.36 x 4.65 inches

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Number Of Pieces

‎1

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Product guides and documentsUser Guide (PDF)

Frequently asked question

What is the expected life of the bulb? ! year? 5 years? looking for a roi vs. buying switches.

Go with the warranty. That tells you how strongly the manufacturer believes in the product and how long they expect it to last. Really... if every bulb lasted 15 years, they would give it a 10-15 year warranty as an advertising gimmick. They DON'T DO THAT because they don't really expect them to last that long.

Is this bulb good for outdoor use?

I have one is an outdoor light and it works. And it gets below zero here sometimes in the winter.

is there a link on how to pair the bulb with the echo dot or an online manual? thanks.

For Alexa to control the smart device, and to control the device when you're away, you'll need to create a free Kasa account, which can be done using the steps outlined in our FAQ here: http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-948.html Once the smart device is added to your network and account you can then add the skill to Ale… see more For Alexa to control the smart device, and to control the device when you're away, you'll need to create a free Kasa account, which can be done using the steps outlined in our FAQ here: http://www.tp-link.com/us/faq-948.html Once the smart device is added to your network and account you can then add the skill to Alexa as shown here: http://www.tp-link.com/en/faq-944.html Regards, TP-Link Support

For some reason I can not ship this to my location in California, is there a reason?

Due to California's Title 20 Energy Compliance requirements, the LB series (LB100, LB120, LB130, etc) are no longer available for sale in California. Instead, please consider our KL series (KL110, KL120, KL130), which provide the same features and are Title 20 compliant, and available for purchase in California. Reg… see more Due to California's Title 20 Energy Compliance requirements, the LB series (LB100, LB120, LB130, etc) are no longer available for sale in California. Instead, please consider our KL series (KL110, KL120, KL130), which provide the same features and are Title 20 compliant, and available for purchase in California. Regards, TP-Link Support

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  • Anonymous

    Better than expected

    Was pleasantly surprised how well these bulbs installed and function. They paired easily with my Wi-Fi. Prompts on the app made it super easy to set up. After installing, it’s also easy to customize to my needs. I installed on two covered outdoors locations. Planning on adding to a couple of lamps inside next. And the price is great. Recommend!

    09/28/2022
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  • Anonymous

    easy as flipping a switch

    I am using this on a covered porch. The shadows made it difficult to use a dusk to dawn and This solved the problem. The light comes on at sundown and goes off at sun rise without issue. Setup was easy and the instructions very clear. I can operate the light from alexa or the kasa app. I have had to turn off the power to the light a few times and resetting is simple.

    07/25/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Great for waking up

    I set this up to turn on incrementally in the 30 minutes before my morning alarm. It’s made waking up before sunrise much easier. With Daylight savings coming soon, I hope this helps others who wake up better with light.
    My only complaint is that the app only allows 3 smart actions per light, so I can’t use it to auto dim in the evening as my actions are used up with my morning settings.

    06/08/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Best on the market

    When setting up my house as a ‘smart home’ I bought a lot of crap products that were hard to set up or went haywire as the result of power failures etc. I quickly learned that KASA products are the best on the market, easy set up and ruggedly reliable. I only wish they made chandelier bulbs, becauseall the brands I tried are lousy and I’m sure KASA ones would be the best available. They should also make a two-switch light switch and ones that don’t require a third wire for the benefit of those of us who own older houses.

    06/02/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Impressive smart bulb

    The bulb was well packed, easy (relatively) to link to my wi-fi and is bright enough for my needs. I like the fact scheduling can be done on the app (along with changing brightness and the ability to control the light from practically anywhere.)

    A great price for a smart bulb!

    05/09/2022
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  • Anonymous

    These are probably the best smart bulbs available today - when we started looking ...

    NOTE – Before I start this review I am going to say one important thing – these are IP enabled light bulbs that require a good WiFi network. If you have a standard home wireless router – particularly the low performance crap handed out by most ISP your performance may be hit or miss.
    These are probably the best smart bulbs available today – when we started looking at converting to a smart home configuration we bought an Echo and a few bulbs to try various configuration – Hue, Osram Lightify, Cree and GE – all of which require a hub. While this isn’t bad, we have found that hubs tend to respond slower, particularly when there are a large number of lights, sensors etc.

    The TP-LINK bulbs require no hub, they are IP connected – meaning directly to your wireless network, not using Z-Wave or Zigbee protocols and you configure and control them using the Kasa app or with Echo / Echo dot. Yes they are a bit more expensive but they are much more responsive.

    The only downside is that TP-LINK as of yet does not offer a flood light bulb – we have a couple of flood lights and can lights that I am having to use zigbee protocol bulbs with a hub.

    A couple of things to keep in mind – you need a robust wireless network to ensure connectivity. I am currently using a Ubiquiti WiFi solution with four 802.11AC access points to provide coverage for 2800 sq. feet of house. Right now we have 28 TP-LINK bulbs, 8 TP-LINK smart plugs plus 3 Wemo Belkin smart plugs (which are essentially the same thing – IP enabled, no hub devices).

    Integration with Echo is fantastic, bulbs respond quickly and it’s easy to dim remotely. We even have placed two of the bulbs in outside lights on either side of the front door and they work very well – no problems with connectivity (though your mileage may vary depending on the strength of your wifi connection). The bulbs aren’t rated for outdoor, but these are under a porch and in containers so essentially weather proof.

    Update 1/19/2017 – Just a further update on a couple of items. 1. Several folks have stated that it is not possible to group bulbs by room using the Kasa app – not true. You can use the scene feature in the app to group bulbs by room and control them in groups. However, these bulbs are really intended to be used with Echo or Echo dot. Alexa controls them with ease.

    As stated before – make sure you have a robust functional wireless network – if you have wireless coverage issues you are going to have problems with the smart bulbs. Strongly recommend this product – just wish they made flood & can lights.

    Update 08/18/2017:

    I have been using these bulbs for several months, along with a few LFIX series bulbs (primarily flood lights since TP-Link does not make them). I haven’t had any issues except for a bulb in one ceiling fan that would occasionally disconnect – and that problem was eventually traced to a faulty socket, not the bulb. My entire house has been converted to TP-LINK bulbs, a few smart plugs and a few LFIX bulbs, all Alexa controlled – zero issues. Lights can be grouped, or controlled individually.

    Going to emphasis here – if you are going to use more than a half-dozen bulbs, you need to have a robust wireless network. A simple SOHO wireless cable router you get from your ISP is not going to be sufficient – that is very often the issue who complain about bulbs disconnecting have. Either the router gets overwhelmed and drops connections, or simply there isn’t sufficient signal to keep bulbs connected. You need to have at least -65bB of signal strength at the bulb’s location.

    If you are going to create a smart home environment, your first investment should be in a robust wireless network. Personally, I have installed Ubiquiti wireless access points – 2 of their AC pro and 2 of there AC Lite, along 2 AC in-wall and an outdoor access point for the back yard.
    A smart home configuration – with multiple user devices (computers, phones, tablets, etc), plus internet of things devices (lights, appliances, alarm system, etc) can quickly add up to 150-200 devices – a SOHO wireless router can’t handle that.

    04/04/2022
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