New Kasa Smart Bulb, Full Color Changing Dimmable Smart WiFi Light Bulb Compatible with Alexa and Google Home, A19, 9W 800 Lumens,2.4Ghz only, No Hub Required, 1-Pack (KL125), Multicolor

Special FeatureDimmable, Auto White, Energy Monitoring, Tunable
Light TypeLED
Indoor/Outdoor UsageIndoor
Wattage9 watts
Light ColorRGB
BrandKasa Smart
  • Multicolor & Auto White: Dimmable 16 million colors and warm to cool whites(2500K-6500K). Set your bulb to automatically adjust its color temperature to match natural light patterns from dawn to dusk. Explore endless lighting possibilities to create your favorite light effects for everything from a dinner party to a late-night study session. Great for holiday decorations.
  • Voice Control: Get hands-free control of your lights with your voice via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. Perfect for times when your hands are full or entering a dark room.
  • Remote Control: Control your smart light bulb from anywhere with your smartphone using the free Kasa smart app (iOS, Android), Dim, turn on or off or change the colors of your light bulb remotely at your fingertips.
  • Energy Monitoring & Scheduling: Monitor real-time energy usage. Drive down energy consumption without losing quality (60 W equivalent). Use timer or schedules to set your lights to automatically turn on and off whenever you want, such as waking up with a soft glow in the morning with sunrise offset.
  • Trusted & Reliable: Kasa is trusted by over 6 Million users. UL certified for safety use. 2-year warranty. Require 2.4GHz Wi-Fi network connection.
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Device detailed description

Dimmable 16 million colors and warm to cool whites(2500K-6500K), E26 A19 base. Explore endless lighting possibilities to create your favorite light effects for every scene you need. The Kasa app contains not only all the feature you expect from TP-Link Kasa family, but also guidance for you through each step of the installation to connect your smart bulb with your home Wi-Fi, Alexa or Google assistant.

Features and specification

Brand Smart devices brand

Integration Supported smart home integration

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Interface Smart device connectivity interface

Manufacturer Smart device manufacturer

Country of Origin

Size

Color Available colors

Material Smart home device material

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Voltage (V)

Wattage (W)

Item Package Quantity

‎1

Type of Bulb

Luminous Flux (Lumens)

Special Features

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Included Components

‎1x Kasa Smart Light Bulb Multicolor, 1x Quick Installation Guide

Batteries Included?

Batteries Required?

Warranty Description

‎2-year warranty.

Product Dimensions

‎2.36 x 2.36 x 4.52 inches

Style

Certification Smart device certification

Product guides and documentsInstallation Manual (PDF)User Guide (PDF)

Frequently asked question

What’s the difference between this and KL130?

The KL125 and KL130 are both multi-colored smart bulbs, however, the main differences between KL125 and KL130 are: 1) The color temperature range of KL125 is 2500K-6500K, whereas the color temperature range of KL130 is 2500K-9000K. … see more The KL125 and KL130 are both multi-colored smart bulbs, however, the main differences between KL125 and KL130 are: 1) The color temperature range of KL125 is 2500K-6500K, whereas the color temperature range of KL130 is 2500K-9000K. 2) The KL125 has a slightly different physical aesthetic/design when compared directly to the KL130. Please refer to each model's product images for clarification.

Can a raspberry pi be used to control it?

Kasa/TP devices are controlled using a JSON protocol on port 9999, obscured with a pretty simple XOR-based crypto. I control my Kasa smart-switches from an RPi using a library I wrote. Plenty of people have customized this (from inside your home, not from outside - they're probably safe from external threats, but … see more Kasa/TP devices are controlled using a JSON protocol on port 9999, obscured with a pretty simple XOR-based crypto. I control my Kasa smart-switches from an RPi using a library I wrote. Plenty of people have customized this (from inside your home, not from outside - they're probably safe from external threats, but I block them on my router anyway). You can get python and npm code online. The is one reason I will continue buy TP-link: I can play with it without using some silly app. I have not taken direct control of the bulbs, but look up rayenmessaoudi on github for some code.

I live in turkey and electric voltage is 220v. will kl125 work in turkey? someone say yes someone say no. odhiambo can you answer my question please?

No - the KL125 sold here is designed for USA voltage (120V).

¿funciona a 220v?

No, this bulb is for use with USA voltage (120V, 60Hz).

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  • Anonymous

    Kasa/TP-link products are nice because nerds can 'hack' them

    Not ‘hack’ as in ‘break in’ but as in write custom software to control them.

    The protocol is simple, and supported by various python libraries. So you can write your own home control systems if so inclined.

    Plus they are certainly made to better safety standards than mystery Chinese IoT devices. Beware of no-name power electronics: they can burn down your house.

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    update: the bulb does have one annoying quality. If you program it with Kasa app for transitions, the transitions happen only if the bulb is on at the time of the transition. For example, if you tell it to dim at 9pm, and it is off at 9pm but manually turned on at 9:10, then it isn’t smart enough to realize it should be dim. There’s no internal control routine that asks ‘given the programmed transitions, what should my state be now?’

    So to get transition control combined with external light switching, you need to impose some kind of external monitoring of the bulb. Imagine if these bulbs actually allowed you to run a custom python scripts, they certainly have the computational power to do so, as they run Linux.

    08/26/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Kasa is great.

    Love these bulbs. Easy to set up.

    08/21/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Works fine, but missing key features

    The bulbs work great through the Tp-link Kasa app. But when you use a Google Home device for voice control its very hard to get them to change to a color, and it’s impossible to choose a preset that way. Overall they’re fine, but without those options I’ll just be sticking with regular white bulbs

    07/31/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Good entry level smart bulb

    I have over a dozen of these Kasa smart bulbs in my house, and I’ve used them for over a year now. Overall, these are a solid and affordable entry-level smart bulb.

    Installation is a piece of cake. Simply unscrew the old (standard) bulb, and screw the Kasa bulb in its place. Then follow the instructions in the app to configure the bulb with your wi-fi.

    To be clear about how these work: DO NOT flip the wall switch on and off. Turning the switch off will kill power to the bulb. The wi-fi chip inside the bulb always needs a small amount of power in order to receive the command to turn the light on. When you want to turn the light on from your phone app, or Alexa device, these devices will send a command to the bulb over wi-fi. If the bulb has no power, it cannot receive this command. So LEAVE THE WALL SWITCH ON ALWAYS, and simply use your app or Alexa to control the lights.

    Of course, you COULD continue to use the wall switch as normal, and the lights will go on and off properly. This is actually quite convenient when guests are unfamiliar with how the bulbs work. However, if you plan to use the wall switch routinely, you lose any smart functionality, and there’s no point to buying these bubs.

    Unfortunately, the bulbs seem to have a flaky wi-fi connection, and the app occasionally loses the ability to communicate with the bulb. Every day or two, I have to flip the wall switch off and then back on to ‘reboot’ the bulb’s wi-fi chip. Then you’re good for another couple days.

    In terms of brightness, these are advertised at 800 lumens. I have 5 of them in my dining room chandelier, and it certainly provides more than enough light for eating, and for craft projects on the table. In the living room, the ceiling fan has 4 of these bulbs, and it does seem a little dim at times when reading. I wish the bulbs went up to 1,000 lumens or more.

    Of the 12+ of these bulbs I own, one went bad within a few months and I had to replace it. The rest continue to work.

    Overall I give these a B+.

    06/16/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Easy to setup

    This smart bulb works as advertised. It easily integrates with Alexa.

    06/12/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Kasa is the one to get!

    We have many Kasa plugs and bulbs around the house and they’ve all worked great for some time. They are controlled with schedules, to come on and go off at set times, and via Alexa, ‘Alexa. Turn on Living Room!’. ‘Alexa. Turn off Green Table Lamp!’
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    I needed another 2 light bulbs for some additional table lamps and saw this bulb. It has colors, which I don’t intend to use, but it does have some additional functionality which my other bulbs don’t have – fade in and out duration and white balance adjustment (warm, daylight and any in between), and for $10, that’s a great deal.
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    Using the KASA app, set up is straightforward and easy. There was a firmware update after initial set up, which installed quickly. The basic scheduling was easy, like our other KASA units. However, I found it took some playing around to be able to set brightness for different times of the evening. I usually start off bright and dim the lights progressively at specific times through the evening. There are presets for white, green, red and blue and you can edit the percentage, color and warmth. You can save that one preset, but you can’t save additional presets and add to the list.
    When you schedule a bulb to come on you can set its brightness with a preset, but that brightness is whatever percentage you set previously when you edited that one preset. I found, through trial and error, that you can set the preset at say 10% for white, set up a schedule using that 10%. Then, you, go back into presets, adjust the white to say, 50%, and then go set up another schedule using that 50% preset. Do this for however many schedules and brightnesses you want. Those settings get saved for that specific schedule.
    It really would be much easier to be able to just save a new preset to choose from.
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    The only issue I have is when we get a power outage, the bulbs switch on when the power restores. Great to know if an outage has occurred, but I then have to turn them all off!
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    Now I’ve got the light set up as I want them, I just sit back and enjoy!
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    I certainly recommend KASA for plugs and lights… good value, reliable and durable

    05/06/2022
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