A smart home control app called Feit Electric enables customers to manage and control their Feit Electric LED Smart WiFi Bulbs from any location at any time. Users can simply turn on lights, adjust color temperature, and create schedules thanks to the app, making it much simpler to adjust the lighting in a home to their preferences.
The lamp connects directly to the Wi-Fi at home, making setup straightforward.
Additionally compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, WiFi Bulbs can be operated by voice commands.
- To turn a specific bulb on or off, tap the bulb symbol.
- To adjust the brightness level, slide the dimming bar up or down.
- Choose the most recent color you used or a preset color temperature.
- To change color temperatures from Warm to Cool, use the round slider.
- To change the color of your bulb, tap anywhere on the color picker.
- Select from a variety of effect types, such as Solid Fade, Strobe Effect, and others.
- Decide on an On time and an Off time (Off). Tap Repeat to have the schedule repeat on specific days of the week; otherwise, it will only happen once.
- Choose the bulbs you wish to regulate as a group, and then operate the group as a whole.
- The lights can also be operated by voice commands with Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa.
How to uninstall the application:
- Go into your settings
- Go into the Applications Manager
- Uninstall the Feit Electric app by selecting it and clicking Uninstall.
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In our home, we make use of two different brands of applications. It goes without saying that ‘feit,’ and the other word rhymes with ‘ring.’ I feel obligated to say that the photographs we get from the Feit devices are just as clear, if not clearer, than the pictures we get from the others. When I read previous reviews, I noticed that many of them mentioned how limited the features were. This is a valid observation. Bear in mind, though, that the lamp that is keeping an eye on my automobiles only set me back forty bucks. It does offer all of the capabilities that I require to be able to sleep soundly, including the ability to chat back and forth, night vision, zoom, local storage of photographs and/or videos, push alerts, compatibility with Alexa, and more. The only thing I needed to do was screw in a lightbulb and then configure it in the app. I work as a carpenter by trade, and although I am able to remove the old and replace it with the new, the question remains: why? When all that is required of you is to screw a bulb in. The flood light that we installed in the backyard is working really well. It is not overly sensitive, and it is not triggered by every single raindrop or bug. It’s not that there’s something inherently wrong with the other brand; rather, I’m amazed with how much money I was able to save without having to give up any features that hinder performance. Thank you for being a welcome change of pace.
After reading a number of helpful customer reviews, I decided to place my order for the smart plugs with Costco online rather than in the store. I was quite impressed by how simple it was to install and set up the device; however, the fact that it only supports a 2.4GHz network is both surprising and disappointing to me. I did not read the fine print before making the purchase, despite the fact that this information was in plain sight on the packing. The problem that we are having is that (for our home network), the location of the plug results in relatively weak signal strength on the required 2.4GHz network, and it won’t connect to our mesh network, which I put up and like to utilize. The 2.4GHz network is essential for our home network. You need to be connected to the network the app is using before you can run the app, as the app demands that your smartphone use the same network as the unit (similar to Sonos devices) It’s a little annoying since in order to use the app, you’ll have to switch networks every time before you start it. Despite all of that, we were able to get the app up and operating very quickly, and the user experience was quite simple and straightforward. In addition, the daily schedule (automation) and the timer feature were rapidly set up and tested. Everything is working as it should. The one and only complaint I have about this device is that it only supports a certain amount of network bandwidth; I would be much satisfied with it if it supported more. I’m not sure whether this is something I want to preserve, and if it’s also limited by a terrible 2.4GHz constraint, I won’t expand it to other devices like light bulbs or anything else.