Control Lights and Appliances with the Vivint Lamp Module
Vivint Lamp Module Features
Say goodbye to energy vampires—appliances that are plugged in and turned off but still using energy—with home energy oversight from the Vivint Lamp Module, which can control the power going to small appliances, lamps, and other electrically powered items in your home.
Turn appliances on and off from your control panel—or from your Vivint Smart Home® App.
Make sure your home is energy efficient by setting schedules for lights, appliances, and more.
Want the lights on when you enter a room? Create a rule using your Lamp Module.
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Vivint Lamp Module Product Specs
3.9" W x 2.1" H x 1.5" D
Indoor use only
120V ac / 60 Hz
RF operating distance
Up to 98 feet line of sight at open area
Max output power
Max incandescent load 330W 2.75A
Max resistive load 500W 4.16A
Detected internal temperature; cut-off output once OTP triggered
Product protection plan
Free replacement for defective hardware for Vivint service plan subscribers (may require separate site visit fee). For product defects only; does not include abuse, normal wear and tear, or acts of God (to be determined by Vivint Smart Home Pro™).
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Frequently Asked Questions
Does Hue work with Vivint?
Philips Hue not only works with Vivint, it works well with Vivint. Hue is easily connected to your Vivint smart home system either during installation by a Vivint Pro or later on through the app or control panel.
What do smart lights do?
A smart lighting system enables you to control your lighting from a central hub or app. Most smart lighting systems also have features that let you set schedules for your home’s lighting—for example, having the lights turn off while you’re at work during the day but turn back on so your house is lit when you get home at night.
Do smart lights save money?
Smart lights save you money on your energy bills in a number of ways. By setting schedules to make sure your lights are turned off when nobody’s home, you use less electricity. Smart outlets and hubs turn off power to lamps and other small appliances while not in use—which can save you even more, as these “energy vampires” use electricity even when turned off.