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Red Series RGBW A19 Smart Bulb • Manual
Red Series RGBW A19 Smart Bulb • Manual

This is the digital manual for the Inovelli RGBW A19 Smart Bulb (Z-Wave 500 Series) - LZW42

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Written by Eric Hines
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DISCLAIMER: You may notice there are a lot of over-used keywords or phrases as well as English that seems a little off. This is because these articles are used to feed our AI Robot (Ira) and she needs the data to be structured in a certain way.

Setup Instructions Overview

This is the digital manual for the Red Series RGBW A19 Smart Bulb.

Navigating the Instructions

Please click on any of the sections in the Table of Contents to get started. We recommend working your way down as it follows an intentional flow that is user friendly and hub/gateway specific. As always, any questions, please see the Additional Resources links section or submit a ticket, we’re happy to help.

Quick Setup & Inclusion

This section assumes you have your bulb screwed in and power is off to the bulb.

Inclusion (Pairing)

With the bulb turned off, start the inclusion process on your hub/gateway. Once the inclusion process is started, turn the bulb on and it will immediately blink two (2) times indicating it’s in inclusion mode. If the bulb was included successfully, it will blink one (1) more time to confirm.

Video Demonstration

If you run into issues where your bulb is not including, you may have to try an exclusion process. To do this, start by turning your bulb off, putting your gateway in exclusion mode and then turning your bulb on. Then start the exclusion process on your hub and turn the bulb on. It should flash one to two times indicating it’s in exclusion mode. If successful, it will become dim and you can try inclusion again.

If your bulb is not blinking twice, then try performing a factory reset.

Getting to Know Your Smart Bulb

Please refer to the above diagram to get to know your smart bulb.

RGBW: This bulb has the ability to display a multitude of colors along the Red, Green, Blue spectrum. In addition, it can go from 2700K (warm white) to 6500K (cold white)

E26 Base: The base of this bulb can fit into the standard E26 socket.

IMPORTANT: This bulb needs to have constant power to it in order to send/receive wireless signals. Do not cut power.

Hub/Gateway Setup

The Inovelli RGBW A19 Smart Bulb can be used on various hub platforms such as: SmartThings, Home Assistant - Z-WaveJS, Home Assistant - Z-WaveJSUI, and Hubitat. If you'd like specific instructions on how to setup this controller on your hub's platform, please click the links below to be taken to them:

If you don't see your hub listed above, please go to the, "Quick Setup & Inclusion" section for generic instructions.

Z-Wave Information

Please see the below sections to learn more about Z-Wave and how it relates to this controller.

Command Classes

























Manufacturer Compatibility

This product can be operated in any Z-Wave network with other Z-Wave certified devices from other manufacturers. All non-battery operated nodes within the network will act as repeaters regardless of vendor to increase reliability of the network. Each module is designed to act as a repeater, which will re-transmit a radio frequency (RF) signal by routing the signal around obstacles and radio dead spots to ensure that the signal is received at its intended destination. The Inovelli Red Series RGBW A19 Smart Bulb is a security enabled Z-Wave Plus device. A security enabled Z-Wave Plus controller must be used in order to fully utilize the product.

Factory Reset / Exclusion (Removal)

To factory reset your Inovelli Smart Bulb, power off and on your bulb six (6) times with each time taking between 0.5 and 2 seconds. You may also use a certified Z-Wave controller to remove the device from your network to factory default. Only use these procedures in the event that the primary controller is missing or otherwise inoperable.

Video Demonstration

Exclusion will reset your device as well and can be done directly from the hub. This is helpful if you’re running into issues with inclusion. To exclude a device, start by turning your bulb off. Then start the exclusion process on your hub and turn the bulb on. It should flash one to two times indicating it’s in exclusion mode. If successful, it will become dim as shown in the video GIF below.

Video Demonstration

Product & Contact Info

Product Info / Specs

Name: RGBW A19 Smart Bulb

SKU #: LZW42

Power: 120V AC, 60Hz Signal

(Frequency): 908.42 MHz

Operating Temperature Range: 32-104° F (0-40° C)

Bulb Type: LED

Bulb Shape: A19

Bulb Base: E26

Lumens: 806

Color Range: Full RGB (Red, Green, Blue) + Tunable White

Temperature Range: 2700k to 6500k (Warm to Cold White)

CRI/Ra Value: 80

Wattage: 9.5W (60W Equivalent)

Range: Up to 100 meters line of sight between the Wireless Controller (HUB) and the closest Z-Wave Repeater.

Certifications: UL Listed (#E345327), FCC/IC & Z-Wave Plus Certified

For indoor use. Specifications subject to change without notice due to continuing product improvement.

Company Info / Warranty

If you run into any issues, feel free to reach out to us. We typically answer tickets within 24-48 hours and are staffed by actual smart home owners.

All Inovelli products come with a one (1) year warranty (defined as 365 days). This warranty protects you from breakdowns in the material or workmanship under normal use. This warranty is limited in a couple areas. Purchases must be made from Inovelli or an authorized reseller. The product should be used in the manner directed in the instructions. The product must only be used and/or installed in the United States or Canada.

For full warranty info, please visit:

Project Genesis

There’s a double meaning here with this one. Fun fact about Inovelli – the first product we ever launched was an RGBW bulb and the first book in the Bible is Genesis where God promises to never flood the Earth again and His covenant was sealed by a rainbow – or some interpretations say an RGBW light bulb!

To see the origin of this project, as well as the journey scan the code or visit:

PDF Copy of the Manual

(Keep in mind this may be out of date)

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