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What's in the box

The Connected by TCP Wireless LED Lighting Kit comes with three LED bulbs, a control hub, and a remote control.

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Bright in more ways than one

Each TCP LED bulb is fully automatable on Android and iOS devices through TCP's free app. They also give off an impressive 800 lumens of light -- comparable to 60-watt incandescents.

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Bulb control at your fingertips

With the TCP app, you'll have full remote control of your lights, as well as the ability to schedule them to turn on and off at specific times.

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No phone? No problem.

With TCP's handy remote, you'll be able to turn your lights on or off, or dim them.

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Big brain, small footprint

The TCP hub that controls the bulbs plugs into your router and won't take up very much space on your shelf.

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No compatibility concerns

TCP's bulbs use a standard E26 base that should fit into most common household light fixtures.

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Grow your system

Additional bulbs cost $29.99, and can be added to an existing TCP network with ease.

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