Philips 800292 Hue Lightstrip Plus Extension, 2nd Generation
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Increase the length of your Philips Hue LightStrip with the Philips Hue LightStrip Plus Extension for even greater flexibility in lighting your home. Transform your living room, bedroom, kitchen and other rooms with millions of colors and shades of white light. Sync to games, music, and movies for enhanced experiences. Extend your Philips Hue LightStrip Plus (sold separately) up to 32 feet by adding this and additional 40-inch extensions to cover larger surfaces and enable wider applications. The LightStrip Plus Extension is perfect under bars, bed frames, or cabinets, with included adhesive tape. Trim it to the perfect size with the included cut marks. Connect it to a Hue Bridge (sold separately) to control your lighting. Light the entire home with versatile accessories (sold separately) such as Hue Dimmer Switch, Hue Tap, or Hue Motion Sensor. This box includes a 40-inch (3.3-foot) LightStrip Extension and two-year warranty.
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This is one 6ft strip attached to one 40" extension. The power adapter is at the bottom of the stairs, attached to the 6ft strip.
I noticed the problem when my wife asked Google Home to set the lights to "Pink". Shades of pink/purple and blue are when most noticeable, as you can see in the pictures. If this were and issue only when using the app, this wold be less of a problem for me. However I have the Echo and Google Home to set my lights to the colors mentioned.
It would seem the white LEDs are much more dominate on the 6ft section. I much prefer the output of the extension (left in the picture). I may contact philips and see what they have to say if anything. I will update if I do.
As of now I have only docked one star, as I do plan on getting more strips and hope this issue can be eliminated with another strand of lights with similar light output.
I took off a star because the Lightstrip is designed to be mounted once and left in place with a sticky backing. The backing is protected with removable paper. Unfortunately, the paper fell off really easily -- by simply lifting it from the box and straightening it out. As it took me a while to figure out just how and where to mount it, most of the paper had fallen off and most of the stick was gone by the time I mounted it. Time will tell whether it stays up and later whether it ruins the paint on the wall I mounted it on when it finally comes down. I wish now that it had come more like a rope light.
The other thing to notice is that the color is created with distinct colored LEDs that are spaced apart. This means that seeing the lightstrip directly sort of ruins the color effect -- you see a bunch of discrete colors before they are mixed. So make sure you can hide the lightstrip well from direct view to get the maximum effect.
Once you get past all that, this is a super cool way to paint with light.
I love these lights so much! I have them set on timers, so that every day of the week they turn on with a different color or scene, and turn off at a certain time. It’s amazing how different colors can totally set a different mood/vibe. I already had a hue bridge (which this does not come with, but is necessary for operation), so it was super easy to set up. The app is really great, and there are a bunch of other apps that can also work with the Hue system. Amazon Alexa also can operate the Hue lights, which is a great option. I’m just obsessed with having all my lights beautiful color coordinated with each other, and can’t wait to get more!
A note on installation: I don’t know that these lights were the most ideal for my application. These lights have a regular prong type plug, so you won’t be able to hardwire them in. I had to have a plug / receptacle installed in my cabinet, and then drill a hole in the bottom of the cabinet for the lights to go through. Also, be aware that there is a transformer about the size of an Altoid box attached to the lights, so you will have to hide it somewhere. I just 3M taped it under the cabinet. The other challenge I had was running the lights across the space under my hood. I couldn’t have the lights go under my hood, but didn’t want to have to run another power source on the other side. The solution I found was these extenders on Amazon. “Extension Cable for Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus (10 ft/3 m, 1 Pack, White)”. Also, you should be aware that the strips only bend one way, so it makes installation around corners a bit tricky.
Overall, a great purchase. I highly recommend.