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The FRITZ!DECT 500 is a DECT controlled E27 LED RGB light bulb. It can emit up to 806 Lumen, with controllable color and color temperature from 2,700 to 6,500 Kelvin. The maximum power consumption is 9 Watts. Each compatible FRITZ!Box will be able to control 10 of these devices, additionally to all other devices listed in the Smarthome-Selector. The compatible models could not yet be listed since a future FRITZ!OS version will be required. There's an interesting section of a live stream video on youtube by an AVM smarthome product manager (german language) covering the FRITZ!DECT 500 and the FRITZ!DECT 440.
Daily updated index of all FRITZ!DECT 500 websites. Last update: 2020-10-29 04:01 GMT.
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Daily updated index of all FRITZ!DECT 500 downloads. Last update: 2020-10-29 04:51 GMT.
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Daily updated index of FRITZ!DECT 500 part numbers. Last update: 2020-10-29 04:31 GMT. Click an EAN/GTIN or MPN to search the web for it.
If you know any part numbers not listed here yet, expecially OEM and country specific versions, then please get in touch.
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