Using Google Home with your Sengled bulbs


1. Open the Google Home app. The App should detect your Google Home device. From the top left corner of the home screen, tap 'Menu' and navigate to 'Home Control' tab. Tap the plus sign in the lower right corner and select 'Sengled Home' from the list of partners.



2. Input your Sengled Home app account credentials when prompted.

3. The Google Home app scans for nearby devices that are plugged in and ready to set up. You can choose your Sengled bulbs and add them to rooms,  so that control all bulbs of a room at one time by voice control.


4. You are all set.



Please note that "Google Home" app will not automatically assign the bulbs to their corresponding scenes that are already assigned by the 'Sengled Home' app.

You may, however, assign them to rooms through the Google Home app to keep the same groupings (i.e: if you have two Element bulbs grouped in one 'Office' room in the Sengled Home app), you may assign them to an 'Office' room in the Google Home app in order to use grouping functionality.

Please note that name changes made in the Google Home app will not reflect in the Sengled Home app. Additionally, name changes made through the Sengled Home app will not be reflected in the Google Home app unless you un-link and then re-link your Sengled Home.

If you add new devices or rename your devices in Sengled Home App, you should tap the plus button then add devices or say "Hey Google, sync my devices"  to refresh the device list.

Example Google Commands

To do this: Say "Ok Google" or “Hey Google," then...
To turn on/off a light "Turn on <light name>"
Dim a light "Dim the <light name>"
Brighten a light "Brighten the <light name>"
Set a light brightness to a certain percentage "Set <light name> to 50%"
Dim/Brighten lights by a certain percentage "Dim/Brighten <light name> by 50%"
Turn on/off all lights in room “Turn on/off lights in <room name>"
Turn on/off all lights “Turn on/off all of the lights"
Change lights color "Turn my lights <color>."
Change the color of a light  “Turn [light name] green.”
 To turn on/off a outlet "Turn on/off <outlet name>" 
Turn on/off all outlets  “Turn on/off all outlets"
 Turn on/off all outlets in room “Turn on/off all outlets in <room name>” 
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