LED Bulb

User Manual


Adaprox LED Bulb brings a pure and comfortable daily lighting experience and a longer service life. The use of newly-designed LED beads makes the lighting effect more soft and uniform. With Adaprox Home App, you can remotely control the bulb and play with millions of color combinations plus a wide white temperature range. The bulb utilizes Wi-Fi technology to connect to the Adaprox cloud service and become part of smart home automation for a more convenient experience. 

Device Installation

Fit the bulb to a bulb socket. The bulb should start to flash rapidly for pairing. 

If the light does not flash, turn the bulb off for 2 seconds, turn it on for another 2 seconds. Repeat such action 3 times consecutively, that is "on-off-on-off-on-off-on", then the bulb will reset itself after it starts to blink quickly.

Note: if the bulb flashes slowly (i.e., one time per 2 seconds), reset the device again with consecutive power switches. 

App Installation

Adaprox Home App is the mobile platform for controlling Adaprox devices. You can search "Adaprox Home" in the mobile application store to install the App.

Device Pairing

When the bulb starts to blink quickly, open the App and go to the “Add a device” page. Click the bulb button and follow the instructions in the App to pair the device.

Device Control


After the device is connected successfully, click the “Device” tab at the bottom bar. The button presenting the bulb will appear in the device collection panel. You can click it to switch the power state of the bulb.


Long press the device button to go to the device control page where there are more adjustment options such as device mode, light color, temperature and brightness.

Voice Assistant Setup
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