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OSRAM Smart+ LED, ZigBee Lamp with E14 Socket - £1.15 (Add on item) @ Amazon
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OSRAM Smart+ LED, ZigBee Lamp with E14 Socket, warm white to daylight (2000K - 6500K), dimmable, Directly compatible with Echo Plus and Echo Show (2. Gen.), Compatible with Philips Hue Bridge
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Thanks to this post I found the gu10s for £4.39, thanks alot!
Sylvester8819/08/2019 06:04

Thanks to this post I found the gu10s for £4.39, thanks alot!


Same as, went with colour changing for £5.56 a bulb and not a add on item
1979crazy19/08/2019 06:16

Same as, went with colour changing for £5.56 a bulb and not a add on item


Cancelled and re ordered, thanks!
Where’s is the e14 colour one?
Potluck119/08/2019 06:55

Where’s is the e14 colour one?


Sorry it was the gu10's I was talking about, I think e14s are just the white ones
Wow been waiting for some colour changing GU10
Here are the GU10s if anyone is interested:

amazon.co.uk/OSR…c=1
Edited by: "morillo1976" 19th Aug
And the most important information is completely buried !

It's a 5W bulb and equivalent to a 35W Halogen 350 lumen
Anyone know if it's compatible with British gas hive? I have a Sonos speaker with Alexa...so presume these bulbs will be compatible with these? Thanks
Nice one got 6 of the GU10s for my new bathroom! Only thing is I've had these osram bulbs in E27 and they lasted about 6 months unlike my Hue which all still work a couple of years later.
Does anyone know if GU10 work with Google Home?
Sylvester8819/08/2019 06:04

Thanks to this post I found the gu10s for £4.39, thanks alot!



is this not a gu10 fitting?
looks like i need to get one hub which will cover most/all smart lighting products. got some yeelights, mi home sensors and switches so ideally they need to be compatible with the hub too. is samsungs smart things the best overall hub then?
krisosbornenet19/08/2019 08:43

Nice one got 6 of the GU10s for my new bathroom! Only thing is I've had …Nice one got 6 of the GU10s for my new bathroom! Only thing is I've had these osram bulbs in E27 and they lasted about 6 months unlike my Hue which all still work a couple of years later.


These have a 2 year guarantee.
Edited by: "Azzin" 19th Aug
EN1GMA19/08/2019 08:48

looks like i need to get one hub which will cover most/all smart lighting …looks like i need to get one hub which will cover most/all smart lighting products. got some yeelights, mi home sensors and switches so ideally they need to be compatible with the hub too. is samsungs smart things the best overall hub then?


The smartthings hub is very versatile and works with a lot of smart products.

I have mine setup with hue, tp link kasa, Google home and xiaomi sensors.

It doesn't play so well with some of the cheaper chinese/smart life WiFi products but you can integrate via ifttt but it's not as smooth as connecting direct.

There's a very active smartthings community with plenty of support and advice
1979crazy19/08/2019 09:12

The smartthings hub is very versatile and works with a lot of smart …The smartthings hub is very versatile and works with a lot of smart products.I have mine setup with hue, tp link kasa, Google home and xiaomi sensors.It doesn't play so well with some of the cheaper chinese/smart life WiFi products but you can integrate via ifttt but it's not as smooth as connecting direct.There's a very active smartthings community with plenty of support and advice


Ooh so I can use the xiaomi sensors? How much do the hubs go for. With a range of smart things, I definitely now need a hub to tie in everything together so everything works together.
All prices way back up. Think it was a misprice?
looks like the price for the GH10 white and coloured have gone up? If wrong please let me know.. I would need 24!
Price gone up. My order will likely be cancelled now
EN1GMA19/08/2019 09:16

Ooh so I can use the xiaomi sensors? How much do the hubs go for. With a …Ooh so I can use the xiaomi sensors? How much do the hubs go for. With a range of smart things, I definitely now need a hub to tie in everything together so everything works together.


Xiaomi sensors don't work out the box but if you follow the guides online you should have them up and running in 10mins

Cex have a v2 (A grade) hub online for £38 or £60 for the starter kit (Hub with 1 motion sensor, 1 smart plug, 1 door sensor and a presence sensor)
1979crazy19/08/2019 09:58

Xiaomi sensors don't work out the box but if you follow the guides online …Xiaomi sensors don't work out the box but if you follow the guides online you should have them up and running in 10minsCex have a v2 (A grade) hub online for £38 or £60 for the starter kit (Hub with 1 motion sensor, 1 smart plug, 1 door sensor and a presence sensor)


I think the hub is all I'd need really. I've got nest thermostat, yeelights, xiaomi window sensors and motion sensors.

Looking to buy tradfri lights, hue lights etc. Basically want to buy stuff when it comes in offer so long as it can all cross work with a hub.
Expired, price back up
1979crazy19/08/2019 09:12

The smartthings hub is very versatile and works with a lot of smart …The smartthings hub is very versatile and works with a lot of smart products.I have mine setup with hue, tp link kasa, Google home and xiaomi sensors.It doesn't play so well with some of the cheaper chinese/smart life WiFi products but you can integrate via ifttt but it's not as smooth as connecting direct.There's a very active smartthings community with plenty of support and advice


Is there a device limit? I read that ZigBee has a hardware limit of 30.
spammy19/08/2019 10:32

Is there a device limit? I read that ZigBee has a hardware limit of 30.


Taken from Smartthings FAQ (it uses both Z-wave and ZigBee)

How many devices can be on a Z-Wave or ZigBee network?
  • Z-Wave: Up to 232 devices. The controller counts toward the total number of devices on the network; in other words, up to 231 devices could be connected with a single SmartThings Hub.
  • ZigBee: ZigBee networks do not have a concrete limit on the number of devices. Some users may have hundreds of devices, or more, on a single network. However, larger networks will require wireless repeaters to ensure connectivity and optimal signal range and strength.
My colour GU10 are out for same day delivery, very happy indeed
1979crazy19/08/2019 09:58

Xiaomi sensors don't work out the box but if you follow the guides online …Xiaomi sensors don't work out the box but if you follow the guides online you should have them up and running in 10minsCex have a v2 (A grade) hub online for £38 or £60 for the starter kit (Hub with 1 motion sensor, 1 smart plug, 1 door sensor and a presence sensor)


Thanks for that, ordered!
Youngsyr19/08/2019 20:22

Thanks for that, ordered!


No worries

Had 2 E14's delivered today, to save anyone else the issues I've had I'd recommend reset the bulbs before linking to Hue or smartthings hub

Turn ON the light for 5 seconds
Turn OFF the light for 5 seconds
Repeat this process 5 times (ON for 5 seconds + OFF for 5 seconds = 1 time)
After the fifth time, switch the light ON and wait 10 seconds
The light will then blink if successfully reset
Repeat the process if the light doesn’t blink

Once I did that the hue hub found the lights straight away

Now fully integrated with hue and smartthings
1979crazy19/08/2019 21:14

No worriesHad 2 E14's delivered today, to save anyone else the issues I've …No worriesHad 2 E14's delivered today, to save anyone else the issues I've had I'd recommend reset the bulbs before linking to Hue or smartthings hubTurn ON the light for 5 secondsTurn OFF the light for 5 secondsRepeat this process 5 times (ON for 5 seconds + OFF for 5 seconds = 1 time)After the fifth time, switch the light ON and wait 10 secondsThe light will then blink if successfully resetRepeat the process if the light doesn’t blinkOnce I did that the hue hub found the lights straight awayNow fully integrated with hue and smartthings


Does your e14 produces any noise when turned on warm colour?
shadzz19/08/2019 22:14

Does your e14 produces any noise when turned on warm colour?


Not sure why I said e14, I meant e27 but no noticeable noise but only tested to see if it worked as there for a future project
Quick question, if I use these without a hub then will these switch on light up? I tried a gu5.3 bulb this morning but it didn't come on?
djdope22/08/2019 13:37

Quick question, if I use these without a hub then will these switch on …Quick question, if I use these without a hub then will these switch on light up? I tried a gu5.3 bulb this morning but it didn't come on?


It should do, yes.

Are you connecting them up to a 12v source?

Are you using them to replace halogen or led bulbs?
Edited by: "Youngsyr" 22nd Aug
Youngsyr22/08/2019 22:50

It should do, yes.Are you connecting them up to a 12v source?Are you using …It should do, yes.Are you connecting them up to a 12v source?Are you using them to replace halogen or led bulbs?


There work in my bathroom but not in my kitchen so I believe my transformer is the wrong type
Thanks got my bulbs
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