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2.4G MiLight RF Transmission RGB RGBW Led Bulb Lamp Light Wireless Wifi ibox Controller Applied With Android IOS System

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SKU:KW-CON-WF1123 (In stock)

Wireless intuitive touch remote control 
Effective receiving distance nearly 30m 
Brightness adjusting: 1%-100% 
Stylish design, easy operation 
2.4Ghz Wireless  LED Light Bulb 

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2.4G WIFI Controller Night Light

 

Technical Parameters:


Item: 2.4G WIFI controller & Night light
Led type: High Power Led
Color: White
Input voltage: DC5v/500mA
Power: 2W
Color: RGB
Protocol: 2.4GHz, Wifi 802.11b/g/n
connection mode: wifi
net weight: 110g
Control distance: 20m

 

Feature:


  • Mi.Light  2.4G RF Transmission Tech 
  • Wireless intuitive touch remote control 
  • Effective receiving distance nearly 30m 
  • Brightness adjusting: 1%-100% 
  • Stylish design, easy operation 
  • Energy-saving, environment-friendly, recyclable 
  • 2.4Ghz Wireless  LED Light Bulb 
  • The simple bulb can work with Milight remote control, or by IOS or Android App via with a Milight Wifi controller. 
  • The bulbs must be screwed into the light socket and switched on at the wall for 2.4Ghz wireless operation, allowing the remote control/App to turn the LED bulb on/off, dim/brighten and color Temperature change.

 

Package Included:

1PC X 2.4G WIFI Controller Night Light

Specifications
SKU KW-CON-WF1123
Net Weight(g) 100
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