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How to Add a Sengled Smart Light Bulb to Alexa

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Introduction

This guide will walk you through connecting your Sengled account to your Amazon account, to control your Sengled lights with the Alexa Assistant on your smartphone, tablet, and range of Amazon speakers like the Echo.
Before You Begin:
Amazon Alexa App
You will need to have the Amazon Alexa app installed on your smartphone or tablet to connect to your smart home devices.
Sengled Light Setup
Before you can link your Sengled devices to your IFTTT account, you must have setup your Sengled device with the appropriate Sengled app first.
Sengled and Amazon Alexa

Unsupported Sengled Bulbs

At this time, certain Sengled smart bulbs do not integrate with Amazon Alexa, as they do not have a way to talk to a server on the Internet.

Sengled Pulse
Sengled PulseAt this time, the Sengled Pulse line of bulbs only connect via Bluetooth, not Zigbee or Wi-Fi. They will only talk to another Bluetooth device such as your phone, or the Sengled Pulse Link.
Sengled Smartsense
Sengled Smartsense A19The Sengled Smartsense bulbs have no connectivity, rather they just provide a convenient motion sensor combined with an energy efficient light.

Sengled Element with Other Hubs

If you're using your Sengled Element bulbs and devices with a 3rd party hub, such as Wink or SmartThings, Amazon Alexa can access these bulbs through those services instead.

1 Add the Sengled Service to Alexa

Grab the mobile device you have the Amazon Alexa app installed on in order to get the Sengled service added.

  1. Open the Amazon Alexa app, then select the Menu in the top-right corner.
    Amazon Alexa
    Menu
  2. Select Skills & Games.
    Alexa Menu with Skills & Games highlighted.
  3. Select Search, type in Sengled, and select Sengled from the list.
    Search
    Search with Sengled entered and highlighted.
  4. Select Sengled Home.
    Search results with Sengled Home highlighted.
  5. Select Enable To Use.
    Sengled Home Skill page with Enable to Use highlighted.
  6. Enter your Sengled Email Address and Password, then select Sign In.
    Sengled authorization with Email address, password, and Sign In highlighted.
  7. Your account will be linked. Select the X in the top-left corner.
    Sengled account like conformation page with close highlighted.
  8. Alexa will ask to discover devices on your Sengled system, select Discover Devices.
    Alexa request to discover devices with Discover Devices highlightedf.
  9. Alexa will scan for your new devices to control, and they will be available to your Alexa app, as well as any Echo speaker assistants shortly after.
    Alexa scanning for devices.

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This guide will walk you through connecting your Sengled account to your Amazon account, to control your Sengled lights with the Alexa Assistant on your smartphone, tablet, and range of Amazon speakers like the Echo.
Before You Begin:
Amazon Alexa App
You will need to have the Amazon Alexa app installed on your smartphone or tablet to connect to your smart home devices.
Sengled Light Setup
Before you can link your Sengled devices to your IFTTT account, you must have setup your Sengled device with the appropriate Sengled app first.
Sengled and Amazon Alexa

Unsupported Sengled Bulbs

At this time, certain Sengled smart bulbs do not integrate with Amazon Alexa, as they do not have a way to talk to a server on the Internet.

Sengled Pulse
Sengled PulseAt this time, the Sengled Pulse line of bulbs only connect via Bluetooth, not Zigbee or Wi-Fi. They will only talk to another Bluetooth device such as your phone, or the Sengled Pulse Link.
Sengled Smartsense
Sengled Smartsense A19The Sengled Smartsense bulbs have no connectivity, rather they just provide a convenient motion sensor combined with an energy efficient light.

Sengled Element with Other Hubs

If you're using your Sengled Element bulbs and devices with a 3rd party hub, such as Wink or SmartThings, Amazon Alexa can access these bulbs through those services instead.

Grab the mobile device you have the Amazon Alexa app installed on in order to get the Sengled service added.

  1. Open the Amazon Alexa app, then select the Menu in the top-right corner.
    Amazon Alexa
    Menu
  2. Select Skills & Games.
    Alexa Menu with Skills & Games highlighted.
  3. Select Search, type in Sengled, and select Sengled from the list.
    Search
    Search with Sengled entered and highlighted.
  4. Select Sengled Home.
    Search results with Sengled Home highlighted.
  5. Select Enable To Use.
    Sengled Home Skill page with Enable to Use highlighted.
  6. Enter your Sengled Email Address and Password, then select Sign In.
    Sengled authorization with Email address, password, and Sign In highlighted.
  7. Your account will be linked. Select the X in the top-left corner.
    Sengled account like conformation page with close highlighted.
  8. Alexa will ask to discover devices on your Sengled system, select Discover Devices.
    Alexa request to discover devices with Discover Devices highlightedf.
  9. Alexa will scan for your new devices to control, and they will be available to your Alexa app, as well as any Echo speaker assistants shortly after.
    Alexa scanning for devices.