Q1: Do they all have to be plugged in separately? Or is there a way to link them all together? I want to use them to light a small stage.
A1: Each one has their own power cord. You can plug them all into one power strip. But you can control all lights via app, you can create group to control them at same time.
Q2: What is the difference vs Wi-Fi version?
A2: If you only want a small handful of smart lights in your home, the Wi-Fi version is recommended. Bluetooth version with a hub fulfills the demand of a larger quantity and higher synchronization. That means if you need a number of lights, this version is preferred because the hub can share the burden of Wi-Fi and ensure the stability of connection.
Q3: Will it remember on and off times settings? For example 9pm to 11pm everyday?
A3: There is countdown timer function to automatically turns off the lights at the time you set. For a complete timer schedule function, you can expand it with our Hub accessory.
The Novostella Blink Smart Flood Light is a roughly rectangular standalone light with a rugged black housing. It's constructed from lightweight graphene, with a black aluminum mounting bracket. The fronts of the lights are also durable and well-engineered, with tempered glass that won't crack or shatter easily. The Blink has a water-resistance rating of IP66, which is just short of full submersion. It can withstand a sustained blast of high-pressure water, so even the worst storms won't cause any trouble. Incidentally, the IP66 rating also includes the highest possible degree of dust-resistance. Depending on where you live, this might be nearly as important as water-resistance. Suffice it to say that even very fine dust won't be able to infiltrate the Blink's housing.
Buy Devices that Use WiFi or Bluetooth?
Take Novostella Blaze (WiFi) and BLink (Bluetooth) smart floodlights as an example. The Blaze that is directly connected to the network can work at a high speed and bring users enjoyment of wirelessly control. But as mentioned, the WiFi signal strength depends on how good your router is and how many devices you have. That is the motivation of the BLink. Using a hub and Bluetooth connection, the BLink smart floodlights are actually connected to each other instead of the router, which really eases your router's burden and ensure a more stable connection of multi-devices.
The hub does all the work of reaching out and keeping all of the lights connected. The hub then connects to the Smart Life app (available for both iOS and Android) and allows you to control them from there. Group them into separate zones around the home, or however else you'd like to manage them (ie, front yard vs backyard, or different groups as different colors, etc). The hub can be hidden virtually anywhere, as long as it is in range of both your router and the BLink lights it is managing.
Note: With hub, BLink floodlights can work with Alexa/Google home for voice control and offer complete timer schedule function.
It supports white light 2700K~6500K brightness(Only for US version), color temperature adjustment. With 16 million dimmable colors, you can adjust color brightness, saturation adjustment by app.
Countdown timer automatically turns off smart flood lights at the time you set. Set the countdown time for example 30 min, 2 hours, 6 hours, ideal for outdoor wall lights control and energy saving. Never leave the lights on longer than needed.
Before starting the pairing, please turn on the Bluetooth of your phone, and connect to the Internet. Create an account on Smart Life App and login. Power on the light with your own switch. Find the lighting devices. Add the light to app.
Patented sleek design with an antenna for wireless network enhancement, stable connection, working distance is up to 80-85ft, which is 2.5 times longer than that without an antenna.
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