Nanoleaf Essentials Light Strip

Virtually limitless colour options. Choose a favourite vibrant colour or create Color Scenes to fill your room with deeply saturated hues. With Circadian lighting, you can enjoy increased productivity and comfort with lights that change colour temperatures to complement your body’s natural clock.

The Nanoleaf Essentials Light Strip uses Thread for low latency, with improved connection reliability and range, with a compatible border router. With Thread’s improved reliability, you’ll never be left in the dark. Stepping up from Bluetooth to this upgraded technology means no more dropped connections. With one compatible border router (for example, Apple HomePod mini) for all your Thread-enabled products, you’ll no longer be burdened with multiple hubs. Want to use Bluetooth? The Essentials Light Strip supports it too.

Custom schedules help you to wake up naturally to sunrise colours or set other automations in the Nanoleaf App, HomeKit or Google Home. with up to 2200lm, the A19 is able to produce the brightest white lighting, with extended temperature range from the coolest to warmest whites. Don’t want to pull out the app? Turn On/Off, change the brightness or cycle through colours with the easy-access Controller.

  • Lightstrip Length – 80 in | 2 m (Starter Kit) / 40 in | 1 m (Expansion)
  • Lightstrip Width – 0.6 in | 1.5 cm
  • Controller Cable Length – 5.7 in | 14.48 cm
  • Controller Dimensions – 3.74 in x 1.42 in x 0.7 in | 9.5 cm x 3.6 cm x 1.78 cm
  • Power Cable Length – 71 in | 180 cm
  • Cut Ability – Yes, follow cut marks every 13 inches
  • Extendability – 10m (max. brightness decreases beyond 10m)
  • Average Brightness – 2000 lumens
  • Max Brightness – 2200 lumens

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  • 29th January 2021 at 9:39 am
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    Can the Nanoleaf essential light strip be used outdoors?

    • 29th January 2021 at 9:48 am
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      Although the rubber coating is thicker than you find on other light strips, it’s not waterproof, in part due to the connector for extending the strip, and the controller.

  • 30th January 2021 at 8:30 pm
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    Can you light different sections of the light strip with different colours or is it an all or nothing type thing?

    • 30th January 2021 at 8:48 pm
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      This can only do one colour at a time. If you want something that can do more than one colour at a time, LiFX make one that has zones. LifeSmart also do one where each LED can be a different colour, but you can’t control them yourself, so you only have the option to use their preset colour effects.

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