Add "Sun Match" state to "Power Loss Recovery"

I just got a couple of 1100 lumen color bulbs spurred by the discovery that they had a “Sun Match” setting.

So far, all I want them for is their brightness in matching some 75W-equivalent LED bulbs with that ability to automatically adjust color temperature throughout the day.

I have them in a 3-light light fixture that plus into a wall outlet controlled by a wall switch. The third bulb is a daylight spectrum LED bulb that is a 100W equivalent. I use that light switch when i enter and leave the room.

The Power Loss Recovery feature is helpful in that light switch usage.

But even more helpful would be if the Power Loss Recovery could not only turn the bulbs back on and set them to their prior state, but also for it to remember that the bulbs had had their Sun Match mode turned on, and on turning back on, they could check the current appropriate color temperature and then set to that current color temperature.


In my testing, when I have Sun Match on and Power Loss Recovery set to prior state, it seems that Sun Match remains on. Are you not seeing this? If not, you should probably contact Customer Support (206) 339-9646 Monday - Friday 5 am - 6 pm PT and Saturday 8 am - 4 pm PT.

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The sun match setting is not retained when power loss recovery is set to “turn the light on”. I feel that it should and I’d imagine the user above me feels the same. “Maintain previous state” isn’t always an ideal setting because what if you turned the bulb off through the app but then someone else flips the switch. Later when they flip the switch back on, the bulb will remain off unexpectedly.

I tested again with Power Loss Recovery set to Turn Light On and again Sun Match remained active after power cycling the bulb, both starting with it on and starting with it off. I still suggest contacting Customer Support (206) 339-9646 Monday - Friday 5 am - 6 pm PT and Saturday 8 am - 4 pm PT about this.

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