Will this work in the cold temperatures of my refrigerator and or freezer light socket?

  • Asked by Justin A from San Leandro
  • 27-Nov-2012
  • Asked about:  Philips Hue Connected Bulb

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  • Answer

    Beats me why you'd want to put a $60 bulb in a refrig for very infrequent use but Philips lists the operational temp range as 32F to 95F. So OK with the refrig but not the freezer.

    Don't know if you'd have a Wi-Fi connection inside the refrig for active control.

    Also, keep in mind, every time the power is turned off to the bulb (like when the refrig door is closed), the bulb is automatically reset to max bright, 3,000K bulb temperature so any custom bulb settings would be zero'd out.

    • Answered by Robert U from Manassas
    • 23-Dec-2012