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Instruction for Use
Thank you for buying Philips LivingColors!
LivingColors has been especially designed to create your own ambiance
at home, through colour and light.
If using LivingColors for the first time, please read these instructions
carefully and save them for future reference. By following our guidelines,
you will enjoy the full functionality of Philips LivingColors.
Important:
-Carefully remove the parts from the packaging.
-Check whether all parts are available.
Getting started:
1. Open the battery compartment of the remote control by sliding
the button at the back. Insert 3 AAA batteries (+ and – as
indicated) (drawing a).
2. Place LivingColors at a selected location on a flat and stable surface.
Direct LivingColors towards the wall (the optimal distance is
50 cm), insert the connection plug into the lamp (drawing b), and
then plug it into the wall socket. LivingColors will show a short
introduction to the colour possibilities.
3. Switch on LivingColors by briefly pressing the "I" (on) on the on/off
button placed on the remote control (drawing c).
4. Create your own ambiance by:
-Touching the desired colour on the colour wheel. You can move
your finger over the colour wheel to refine the colour (drawing d)
-Changing the colour saturation (adding more white to the current
colour). Press on ( ) for a deep colour or on ( ) for a more
pastel colour (drawing e). Ultimately you will reach the white
colour.
-Dimming. Increase (
) or decrease ( ) the light intensity via the
dimming buttons (drawing f).
5. Switch off LivingColors by pressing the "0" (off) button briefly.
LivingColors will remember your last colour setting for your next
usage (drawing c).
Do more with LivingColors:
1.Automatic colour-changing mode
Sweep your finger around the colour wheel (one full circle) and
briefly press on "I" ("On"); LivingColors will then turn into the
automatic colour-changing mode: the lamp will start changing
colours automatically.
You can adjust the speed with which colours change. Speed can
be adjusted clockwise, from fast (dark blue colour on the colour
wheel) to slow (purple) (drawing g). You can tap anywhere on the
colour wheel. While in the automatic colour changing mode, you
can also adjust the saturation and brightness of the colours.
To switch back to static colour mode, sweep around the
colour wheel again, then press "0". Alternatively, you can switch
LivingColors off "0" and on "I" again. (drawing c)
2.Linking LivingColors lamps
1. You can operate multiple LivingColors with one remote control.
The LivingColors lamps will then project the same colour (or
will change colours simultaneously). In order to link several
LivingColors to one remote control, bring the remote close to
the Philips logo on the top of the lamp and press on "I" ("On").
LivingColors will flash 3 times, and then quickly flash green. You can
release the button now. The linked lamps will turn to the last setting
of the remote control.
- Repeat this operation for each LivingColors lamp that you want to
link with the others.
- To use the LivingColors separately again, link it to another remote
control in the same way as described above.
2. It is also possible to control one LivingColors lamp with several
remote controls. In order to do so, first reset one of the remotes
by pressing and holding the "0" and the ( ) buttons simultaneously
for 5 seconds. Then hold two remote controls close to each other
and press the "I" button on both for 7 seconds. You can now link
the new remote control to the LivingColors in the same way as
described above.
- LivingColors that are linked to two (or more) remote controls can
be controlled by either remote control.
- To unlink a remote control from a LivingColors, hold the remote
control close to the LivingColors and press "0" for three seconds.
The LivingColors will flash 3 times. Hold the "0" button a little
longer and it will slowly fade to off. The remote control and the
LivingColors are now unlinked.
3.Compatibility with timers
You can use LivingColors with a timer (not included). When
switched on with a timer, the LivingColors will show your last
setting (static colour or automatic colour-changing mode)
Cleaning and maintenance:
Remove the plug from the wall socket.
To avoid scratching, the LivingColors lamp, remote control and
adapter should only be cleaned with a soft dry cloth.
Do not use cleaning agents.
Safety instructions:
Keep the plug and LivingColors away from liquids and humidity.
- LivingColors is for indoor use only. Do not use in wet locations, e.g.
bathrooms or outdoors.
- LivingColors is not a toy designed to be played with by children.
- Do not place on hot surfaces
- For safety reasons and under the terms of the warranty, the
LivingColors and plug must not be opened.
- Only use the adapter supplied: using a different adapter can damage
your LivingColors.
Environment:
If you need to discard the appliance, dispose of it in accordance with
instructions from the local authority. Remove the batteries when you
discard the remote control. Do not throw the batteries away with
normal household waste. They must be handed in at an official collection
point or at a Philips Dealer, both of which will dispose of the batteries in
an environmentally friendly way.
Problem
LivingColors is not providing light
LivingColors does not respond to
the remote control
I cannot link multiple LivingColors
lamps
I cannot start the automatic colour
changing mode
LivingColors is still not working to
the correct standards
Plug specification:
AC adapter
Model:
EADP-10EB C (EU type)
EADP-10EB D (UK type + Singapore)
EADP-10EB E (Australia type)
Input:
220 - 240 V – 0.3A
Output:
18.5 V 0.83 A
Power consumption of the luminaire: up to 15.4 W
Remote Control:
Batteries:
Powerlife Alkaline AAA LR03, 1.5 V.
Wireless specification:
Wireless RF mode frequency band:
Wireless communications protocol:
Operating channels:
15, 20 or 25
Environmental specification:
Temperature (operation):
Temperature (Storage):
Relative humidity:
condensing
2
3
Possible cause
The lamp is not plugged in
Check the connections of the cord to the lamp
correctly
Check that the plug is correctly placed in the wall socket
Remote control is not working
See the following section
Remote control is not working
Check the batteries in the remote control. The batteries should
be correctly placed (+ and -) and should be charged. If the
remote control is still not working, try replacing the batteries.
Remote control is not linked to
Link the remote to the LivingColors lamp by following the
the lamp
procedure under "2. Linking LivingColors lamps"
Heavy traffic on a wireless data
Move LivingColors away from the wireless access point
network (e.g. wireless router)
Make sure that all LivingColors connected to this remote are
on; otherwise they will not respond after this action.
Press simultaneously on "0" and ( ) for at least 5 seconds
to switch to another channel (all LivingColors will flash green
to confirm). You can repeat this procedure up to 3 times,
preferably from another position.
"I" button wasn't pressed long
Redo the procedure under "2. Linking LivingColors lamps". If
enough
it was linked successfully, the lamp will give 1 green flash; if the
linking was unsuccessful it will revert to its previous settings
immediately without flashing green.
The LivingColors lamps belong to
Check if the lamps you cannot link both have a "G2" sign on the
different versions
back of the remote control and at the bottom of the lamp itself.
If one of the lamps does not have it, it cannot be linked with
another lamp that does (but it can still be linked with other
lamps that do not have the G2 sign).
The sweep movement was not
If the colour changes to another (static) colour, but no colour
correct
loop starts, then your sweep movement was not correct; please
try again
Other problem
Contact the Philips Lighting Contact centre (see Warranty and
Service)
Disposal of your old product
Your product is designed and manufactured with high
quality materials and components, which can be recycled
and reused. When this crossed-out wheeled bin symbol is
attached to a product it means the product is covered by
50 Hz
the European Directive 2002/96/EC
Please inform yourself about the local separate collection
system for electrical and electronic products. Please act
according to your local rules and do not dispose of your old
products with your normal household waste. The correct
disposal of your old product will help prevent potential
3 x Philips
negative consequences for the environment and human
health.

Warranty:

2405–2475 MHz
Philips' two-year warranty is valid if the product is used in accordance
IEEE 802.15.4)
with the instructions and for its intended purpose. Claims will only be
channels 11,
accepted on submission of the original proof of purchase (invoice, sales
slip or receipt) stating the purchase date, the name of the dealer and a
description of the product.
0...40 °C
The Philips warranty lapses if:
-25...60 °C
- Anything has been changed, crossed out, deleted or rendered
5...95 % non
illegible on the purchase docket or product description.
- Failures caused by damage, faulty connections or abuse.
- A defect is caused by extreme circumstances not inherent to the
LivingColors, for example, lightning, flooding, fire, incorrect use or
negligence.
- The LivingColors has been opened or disassembled.
Warranty and service:
For your information and in case of any problems, please visit the Philips
website at www.philips.com/livingcolors or contact Philips Lighting
Contact Centre free of charge in U.S.: 00800-PHILIPSL or
00800-74454775
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