Sengled Zigbee Smart Light Bulbs, Smart Hub Required, Work with SmartThings Hub and Echo with Built-in Hub, Voice Control with Alexa and Google Home, Color BR30 Smart Flood Light Bulb, 75W 4 Pack

Special FeatureEnergy Efficient, Up to 64 bulbs, 2700K-6500K, Timmer and Schedule, Works with Alexa and Google home, Group Control, Zigbee Technology, Easy Setup, 16 Million Colors, Built-in hub: Wink/Hubitat Hub/Smart Things,/Echo 4th,/Echo Plus/Echo Show 10, APP control, Voice Control, Scene Mode, Shortcuts and AutomationsEnergy Efficient, Up to 64 bulbs, 2700K-6500K, Timmer an…
Light TypeLED
Indoor/Outdoor UsageIndoor
Wattage75 watts
Light ColorColorful
  • Smart Hub Required: Sengled BR30 smart bulbs are compatible with a smart hub, like Sengled Smart Hub 4 sold separately (B0828KXVGQ), Wink Hub and Hubitat Hub. They are no smart hub required when connected to Smart Things, Echo 4th, Echo Plus or Echo Show 10. Those are built-in smart hub devices.
  • Full Smart Home Control: Create a complete set of smart home ecological chains through Zigbee hub, which is more stable and safer than using a wifi system. Long-distance Signal Transmission and Worry-free that the Zigbee Smart Bulb signal quality is affected by the wall. Zigbee light bulb is also not disconnected as often as most WiFi smart light bulbs on the market. Wifi bulb just supports connecting 5 bulbs but the Zigbee bulb is support up to 64 bulbs and accessories online at the same time.
  • Multi-Color Modes: Smart flood light bulbs generate more than 16 million colors, including RGBW. The color temperature is changeable from 2700K~6500K, the brightness is dimmable 1%~100% via Sengled APP or voice.CRI≥90, The 12.5W BR30 led smart bulb is equivalent to a 75W traditional incandescent bulb. High brightness 940LM. Saving about 80% of energy. 25,000 lifetime hours.
  • Voice and APP control: Smart indoor flood light bulb that works with Alexa and Google Home. Control your BR30 via voice commands to turn your smart bulbs on/off, adjust brightness and more, e.g. switch on the BR30 smart bulbs before getting out of bed, dim the smart bulb from the couch to watch a movie.(e.g: Alexa, turn on the lights).
  • Timmer and Schedule: Download the Sengled Home APP (iOS and Android), Preset the schedule, and turn on the lights before you back home at night. Set up time sleep power off from the baby room, just click your phone via the app or tell Alexa to help, life can be easier with the BR30 color smart bulb. Set timers and light schedules, automating your BR30 smart light bulb to make it seem like someone is home even when you are away.
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Device detailed description

Sengled Smart LED bulbs offer an easy solution to having app-controllable smart lighting in your home. These bulbs enable you to control your lights in multiple ways-on/off, dimming, schedules,etc, Through the Sengled Home app on your phones or through partner programs like Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant.

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Type of Bulb

Luminous Flux (Lumens)

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Batteries Included?

Batteries Required?

Product Dimensions

‎5 x 3 x 5 inches

Assembled Height

‎5 inches

Assembled Length

‎5 inches

Assembled Width

‎3 inches

Specific Uses

Color Temperature (K)

Frequently asked question

Whats the difference between the bigger rectangular shaped hub and the smaller cubed shaped ones?

Basically the same

If I have the smart bulb should I buy a smart hub also?

These bulbs are ZigBee based. Any ZigBee controller or hub will do. You can use these with an Echo or Eero router with Zigbee hub or buy their own smart hub or a smart things hub.

Can I connect the smart bulb to my SmartThings hub?

Yes, they can also compatible with Alexa, Google Home and Siri.

Does the bulb sync to music?

No,this BR30 bulb can not sync music



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  • Anonymous

    Not bright enough - if running deCONZ as ZigBee handler

    Purchased the BR-30 bulbs and the colors are pretty decent, however the brightness is severely lacking. We’ve tried a range of temperatures of white, warm to cool, all at full brightness, and the room still looks like the lights need to be turned on. I’ll have to find something else to do with these lights, because they aren’t going to work out for the room I planned to use them in. Set up was easy, running a ZigBee network through Home Assistant using DECONZ, found them instantly, grouped the bulbs and can easily control the color, brightness, and state for all of them as a group. But these bulbs that are listed as 75 watt equivalent are putting out less light than some 40 watt bulbs we have.

    *Update – through online forums I found that DECONZ was not exposing all of the functionality of these bulbs, the issues with the bulbs not being bright enough are due to the fact that some LEDs are dedicated to the white color ranges and we’re not being activated by the DECONZ handler. Switching to either ZHA, or Zigbee2mqtt, resolves the issue. These bulbs now look great and are fully tunable throughout the spectrum of white lighting. The colors are good, saturation of the colors isn’t super deep but it does offer a nice balance of providing light and color.

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  • Anonymous

    Solid product once it's configured.

    BE SURE YOU HAVE A ZIGBEE COMPATIBLE HUB for these lights. Just wanted to make that clear right off the bat. What is a hub? Well, in my case it’s my Amazon Echo Show 10 device. Most smart bulbs have their own app that you use to set them up. With these, on an Alexa device with a built-in Zigbee hub, you install the Sengled skill and then use the Alexa app to add them. The process that worked best for me was to have my Echo show and my smartphone on my 5ghz wireless network, keep the power off, install the bulbs, open the Alexa app on my phone, and just before Alexa begins discovering devices, flip the power on, then have her discover the bulbs. Took a couple of tries, hence the four stars, but once they’re set up – they’re solid. Hub or BlueTooth mesh bulbs are the way to go because THEY DON’T SLOW DOWN aka congest the home wifi network. Most newbies to home automation (myself included) go for wifi bulbs only to learn that they suck up the available wireless capacity in your house. Doesn’t matter if you’re running AX wifi equipment or not, if you add 14 wifi bulbs, you’ve just added 14 wireless devices to your network. With these bulbs, they connect to the hub which connects to your network. Much much more efficient.

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  • Anonymous


    I’m 18 and I am pretty good with technology. Our whole house is a smart home. We bought a new Alexa and we got a free Sengled light bulb to go with it. It was easy to install and works amazingly. So me and my husband decided we liked this brand better than our old brand so we bought $90 worth of Sengled light bulbs to replace our old ones only to find out that when they came we had to have a “Hub” to go with it. So we bought one. It came in today and I’ve NEVER had a harder time trying to connect this thing than anything else in my life. I’m on hour TWO now and I’m about to cry. It’s just so frustrating. I’ve given up and we now have $90 wroth of light bulbs sitting on the counter. Very upset…..

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  • Anonymous

    Love These

    I love, love, love these. You simply can’t beat these period. Excellent quality and very compatible with SmartThings. I am simply delighted.

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