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    Where is Metla these days Chilling_Silence's Avatar
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    Default Re: Help needed for new Wifi Lighting Business

    It comes with a WiFi bridge free, and that acts as a client for your current WiFi network once configured... Doesn't have to be an access point :-)

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    Default Re: Help needed for new Wifi Lighting Business

    Quote Originally Posted by Chilling_Silence View Post
    It comes with a WiFi bridge free, and that acts as a client for your current WiFi network once configured... Doesn't have to be an access point :-)
    Thanks Chilling Silence But I would prefer not to have to add another bridge if possible that's why I was asking do you know if they have plans to be able to integrate into existing networks?

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    Default Re: Help needed for new Wifi Lighting Business

    Burt, the device acts as a client on the wireless network. No different from having any other device on the network.
    Microsoft: "You've got questions. We've got dancing paperclips."

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    Default Re: Help needed for new Wifi Lighting Business

    Quote Originally Posted by CYaBro View Post
    So stevo018, what deal could you do for 12 white bulbs?
    We've got three big pendant lights in our lounge that take 4 bulbs in each.
    Currently have two CFL bulbs in two of them and the other just has one because at the time that was all electrical shop had in stock. Never got around to getting the rest.
    We have LED light fittings everywhere else, bought from Wattsaver in Aus.
    I can do $368 for 12 bulbs and a wifi router. Feel free to get in touch with me on 0273012474 or sales@wifilights.co.nz. That is pretty much cost plus 10%. Same goes for any other PressF1 Members interested in trying out our Wifi Lights.

    Cheers for all of the feeedback team. It is exactly what we need at the moment. If anyone has any ideas on how we can spread this name and technology more, please do get in touch with us. We greatly appreciate all of the fantastic support we are getting o far!

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    Default Re: Help needed for new Wifi Lighting Business

    Thanks stev018.

    Just another question, will these LEDs work with Roomie Remote?
    I've been talking to a mate, who would sell heaps of these if they do but he is currently selling the Philips Hue as he can setup control in Roomie Remote so customers don't have to change apps.

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    Default Re: Help needed for new Wifi Lighting Business

    Quote Originally Posted by CYaBro View Post
    Thanks stev018.

    Just another question, will these LEDs work with Roomie Remote?
    I've been talking to a mate, who would sell heaps of these if they do but he is currently selling the Philips Hue as he can setup control in Roomie Remote so customers don't have to change apps.
    These Lights are controlled through an iPhone or iPad app so, I'm not sure how the roomie remote actually works but their is a chance that it could. Would you like to try download the free app and give it a go?

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