Is this product Wifi on the wireless, RF, Bluetooth?

  • Asked by Jonathan P from Lakewood
  • Oct 30, 2012
  • Asked about:  Philips Hue Connected Bulb

12 Answers from the Community

  • Best Answer:

    The bridge must be connected with ethernet cable to your router and then connection between bulbs and bridge are wireless, its a zigbee certified product so its RF.

    • Answered by J-claude M from Laval
    • Nov 1, 2012
  • None of the above. It is Zigbee, a competitor to Z Wave. I run many Z Wave lights, and Apple Dual Band WIFI and these Zigbee lights. NO INTERFERENCE WHATSOEVER!!

    • Answered by John H from Lexington
    • Nov 1, 2012
  • It uses the ZigBee wireless mesh network standard.

    • Answered by Wajid H
    • Nov 1, 2012
  • Bulbs are connected between hub using a mesh network — ZigBee Light Link.
    Hub itself is connected via Ethernet to your Wi-Fi router.

    • Answered by Andrey B from Fremont
    • Oct 31, 2012
  • The bridge connects to your wireless router and works over your wifi network.

    • Answered by David L from Anchorage
    • Oct 31, 2012
  • It uses a ZigBee hub to control the lamps using the ZigBee Light Link standard.

    • Answered by Rob C
    • Nov 1, 2012
  • I think it is on the ZigBee mesh network (assuming that is what you are asking). It works nicely so far with the router plugged into the Airport.

    • Answered by Christian R from Ponte Vedra Beach
    • Oct 31, 2012
  • Wifi. The Starter pack includes a bridge, which will need to be connected to your wireless router. This will allow you to control up to x50 bulbs

    • Answered by David B
    • Oct 31, 2012
  • The product uses Wifi to connect the bridge to your home network. The lights connect to the bridge (and each other) via Zigbee.

    • Answered by R V
    • Nov 1, 2012
  • Wifi and rf

    • Answered by Remond K
    • Oct 31, 2012
  • It works with your wireless network. Bluetooth could not be used as it's only good for short range. RF would not work either as it has no networking capabilities.

    • Answered by Jeremie L from Longueuil
    • Oct 31, 2012
  • It is Wifi only.

    • Answered by Jason J from Santa Barbara
    • Oct 31, 2012