Osram Smart+ Smart plug

Product benefits

  • Integrates conventional electric equipment into compatible smart home systems
  • Enables switching of conventional light sources and other electric devices
  • Simple connection of electric devices via standard socket

Areas of application

  • Wherever non-smart devices need to be integrated into compatible smart home systems

Product features

  • Control via compatible smart home system, SMART+ Switch, SMART+ Switch Mini or on/off button on the device
  • High switching power: up to 3,680 W / 16 A
  • Functionality depends on used type of control
  • Network protocol: ZigBee LL 2.0

Equipment / Accessories

  • Control via app requires LIGHTIFY system (app and gateway) or other compatible Smart home system

Simon T Bramley

Editor - Musician, graphic designer and HomeKit aficionado, living in Taipei, Taiwan.

4 thoughts on “Osram Smart+ Smart plug

  • 19th September 2018 at 8:07 pm
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    Hi, I have 3pcs this plug and work great in Hue app but can’t use it in my Apple Home app. Can You help me?

    Osram support give me only answer like this:

    Dear Mr. Radwanski,

    Thank you for your request.

    The Smart Plug is working with Siri. You can connect it to Philips Hue bridge as well.
    Best regards

    Daniela Bakytova

    Ledvance Smarthome Support Team

    mailto:smarthome-support@ledvance.com
    http://www.ledvance.com

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    15.09.2018 12:31:00 REG_FORM_USR

    Email: iradar@me.com

    Title: Mr.

    Firstname: Marti

    Lastname: Radwanski

    Country: Poland

    Category: SM_LIGHTIFY >> SM_PRODUCT INFORMATION

    Comment: The SMART+ Plug is working with Siri?

    I have Philips Hue bridge ver2.1

    Regards

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  • 19th September 2018 at 8:24 pm
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    Hi
    I don’t really know a lot about this product, but from the description we got from their website, it should be compatible with HomeKit – https://smartplus.ledvance.com/products/indoor-lighting/index.jsp

    There’s no mention of different versions for HomeKit and other systems, so there must only be one version. The only thing I can think of is that you would need their hub (if they do one) to connect it to HomeKit. The other issue may be to do with going through the Hue bridge. Only Hue products that go through the Hue bridge will be recognised by HomeKit, so it doesn’t matter if Hue accepts it, HomeKit will not. I’ll see if I can find more information and get back to you.

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    • 19th September 2018 at 8:33 pm
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      Thanks a lot
      I’ll be waiting

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      • 19th September 2018 at 9:37 pm
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        Hi, it seems that the Osram site is a bit misleading, as when you click on the HomeKit section, it lists this product further down, but there’s no mention of HomeKit for this product. They do make a hub – the Lightify Hub – but this still won’t give you HomeKit compatibility. I don’t think it’s possible, but what is confusing is that Osram say it will work with Siri, but I don’t see how that’s possible. Sorry I can’t be of further help.

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