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Insteon LED Lights

Having been a fan of Insteon products for a numbers of years, I was extremely intrigued by the press release of the new Insteon LED lights.  Why you ask?  The main reason is that this device not only is a 60 watt power saving LED light, but it has an integrated Insteon controller built in all for about $30.  If you think about the price of the LED lights on Amazon running around $10-$20, and then add an Insteon controller for $35-$50, you can quickly see why it caught my attention.  At $30, it s a great deal if you are into home automation or plan to be.

Insteon LED bulb at Smarthome


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The punch line is does it work as advertised.  In my two weeks of testing the LED light it has worked perfectly.  The light paired with my ISY-994i controller instantly and has worked without fail.  The light color is a bit strange if you like very white light which I do.  The light is more of a natural outdoor light which ultimately depends on personal preference.  I will say that despite my preference of very white light, I got used to the color very quickly and it became a non issue after about an hour.  As is the case for most of these type of lights, they get a bit hot in the heat sink area so you may have to make certain it is not an issue with your lamp or fixture.  I have two of these now but after I move, I plan to purchase many more.  If your are a home automation fan, check these out as they may save you some money in the long run.

By | 2013-07-09T20:17:12+00:00 December 25th, 2012|Hardware, Home Automation, Misc|0 Comments

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