Operating Innr lights with Google Assistant
Use voice control to operate your smart lighting
“Ok Google, turn on the lights!” Voice control with Google Assistant is possible with Innr smart bulbs connected to a bridge of Hue or SmartThings. Learn how to control your Innr bulbs with Google, after you’ve set up your smart lighting with Hue or SmartThings.
The Google Assistant is integrated into the Google Home speaker and all Google Android devices. Innr lights can be connected through a Philips Hue bridge V2 or a SmartThings hub. With this set-up you can control all the smart lights in your home with your voice. Start with “Hey Google” and your assistant is there to help.
Set-up your smart lighting with Google Assistant
Once you have your Google Assistant compatible device, smart Innr bulbs and a bridge of Hue or SmartThings, you can set up your own voice commanded smart home. Connect the smart bulbs to the bridge and connect the bridge to the Google Assistant. Watch this video to see how to connect the Hue bridge to the Google Assistant. Go to this link to learn how to connect Google Assistant with SmartThings.
Simply operate your lights
Hands full? Ask Google Assistant to switch on the light, dim or brighten the lights or change colours.
- “Hey Google, switch on the light.”
- “OK Google, dim the light in the bedroom.”
- “Hey Google, change the lights to green.”
- “OK Google, are the lights in the kitchen off?”
Scenes with voice control
You can also set your custom lighting scenes with the Google Assistant. To do this, you first need to sync your lights by saying: “OK Google, sync my lights”. Then ask for the scenes as configured in your Hue or SmartThings app:
- “OK Google, turn on ‘Romantic Night’ in the living room”
- “Hey Google, turn on ‘Concentrate’ in the office”
About Google Assistant
Google Assistant is built into devices that support Google Assistant and can be integrated into your smart home. To use voice control this requires a device that supports Google Assistant and a Philips Hue Bridge v2 or SmartThings hub.
No, Apple does not allow you to control non-Philips lamps with the HomeKit via the Hue bridge.
You can control Innr lighting with the Hue app, remote, and sensors.
No, an update of the firmware of the Innr lamps can’t be performed using the Hue bridge. It can be done using our Bridge, but it has never been necessary to perform a firmware update. All Innr lamps have the latest firmware that has been approved and certified by the Zigbee Alliance. In addition to the official Zigbee certification, we thoroughly test our Zigbee firmware before we make our products available for sale. In short, there is no need for a firmware update.