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  Reply # 1475696 20-Jan-2016 20:51
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Thanks for the confirmed sizes.  Will there be a smaller version of the RGBWW/CW ?


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  Reply # 1476801 22-Jan-2016 13:13
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GregV:

 

Thanks for the confirmed sizes.  Will there be a smaller version of the RGBWW/CW ?

 



Yes this will be possible in the future, but not at this stage.  We are looking into it. power and heat requirements in such a small space etc.

 


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-Hamish.


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  Reply # 1476835 22-Jan-2016 14:03
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Figured that may be the case - hopefully the new ones fit in my side lights :)


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  Reply # 1476837 22-Jan-2016 14:05
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As I've now deeply integrated my LimitlessLED (and Insteon) lights with OpenHAB, I'm looking forward to the next version of the WiFi gateway to be able to control these - then I'll be buyin' :o)


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  Reply # 1480933 28-Jan-2016 21:51
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Just a quick check - how do you pair these RGBWW/CW with the remote? I'm obviously doing something wrong - pairing was straightforward with my dual white ones, but although I somehow managed to pair one of my RGBWW/CW bulbs after pressing and holding a variety of buttons on the new remote, I haven't managed to do the same with my second bulb. Just holding down the appropriate on/off button after powering up the lamp doesn't seem to work - am I supposed to be pushing another button as well?


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  Reply # 1480943 28-Jan-2016 22:06
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sounds like that bulb is already paired. unsync the bulb again and resync it. also try and put the bulb in a socket on its own or desk lamp to pair it. send me an email hamish at limitlessled.com if you still can't pair it I can provide further assistance. cheers.


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  Reply # 1487889 9-Feb-2016 10:09
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Limitless Led - your order received emails always go to spam on gmail, you might want to check out whats going on there


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  Reply # 1490929 12-Feb-2016 10:00
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Can anyone suggest a supplier for the B22 9W dual whites? Unfortunately LimitlessLED are not supplying them until they get rid of the 7.5W stock.

 

I have seen them at wifilights in Auckland, however they are a lot more expensive than LimitlessLED. (Last time I asked a fellow geekzoner came to the rescue and supplied me with a few).

 

Cheers


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  Reply # 1491130 12-Feb-2016 13:55
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We are about to move into our new house that has fitted LED down lights. I have a number of Limitless LED bulbs that are now surplus to requirements. Does anyone following this thread want first dibs before I post them in the for sale forum?


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  Reply # 1491131 12-Feb-2016 13:56
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rscole86:

 

Can anyone suggest a supplier for the B22 9W dual whites? Unfortunately LimitlessLED are not supplying them until they get rid of the 7.5W stock.

 

I have seen them at wifilights in Auckland, however they are a lot more expensive than LimitlessLED. (Last time I asked a fellow geekzoner came to the rescue and supplied me with a few).

 

Cheers

 

 

 

 

Mate, have I got a deal for you :D

 

PM me.


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  Reply # 1491132 12-Feb-2016 13:57
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tchart:

 

We are about to move into our new house that has fitted LED down lights. I have a number of Limitless LED bulbs that are now surplus to requirements. Does anyone following this thread want first dibs before I post them in the for sale forum?

 

 

 

 

Hey mate, how many have you got and are they RGB? And what are we talking price wise?  And what mount, e27?


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  Reply # 1491881 14-Feb-2016 00:34
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macuser:

 

Limitless Led - your order received emails always go to spam on gmail, you might want to check out whats going on there

 



Yeah gmail has spamlisted all linux hostgator webhosting phpmailers. So now I am going to route it through sendgrid instead.  Two can play at this game, Gmail can try and block spam all they like, they will always just end up blocking legit emails.  Hopefully the emails from the website are a lot better now.

-Hamish.


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  Reply # 1491884 14-Feb-2016 02:16
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How about those new gateways availability?





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  Reply # 1493283 16-Feb-2016 15:03
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Hey LimitlessLED, Query I have is that I bought the wifilights grabone deal a few years ago, and now I have moved house. I need to get a couple more lights, and I was wondering if your LEDs are compatible with the milight wifi controller that theirs use?


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  Reply # 1493326 16-Feb-2016 15:59
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dukestraykker:

 

Hey LimitlessLED, Query I have is that I bought the wifilights grabone deal a few years ago, and now I have moved house. I need to get a couple more lights, and I was wondering if your LEDs are compatible with the milight wifi controller that theirs use?

 

 

Nothing official but I believe they are compatible. There are many resellers of the bulbs under many names.


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