Control KNX and Philips Hue lights together.

Imagine having a hard-wired KNX smart home with the intelligent network for home automation that connects lights, blinds, alarm system, motion detectors and more. And now you’d like to adapt a room in your existing configuration because you just extended your family for one tiny new member. You want to add a new bedside lamp for your newly born daughter's bedroom. Possibly without undertaking any expensive or intrusive renovation work and adding another KNX lighting unit by drilling.

You lean towards Philips Hue Color bulbs because it can change their color to your, and your daughter’s liking. Your daughter especially liked Philips Hue LightStrips which can turn her room any color of the rainbow and looks great! If you want to control the LightStrip, you have to do so from the Philips Hue app, separate from all your other lights in your home.

Too much hassle?

Don’t worry, we've got you covered!

A quick and easy solution is to install Philips Hue LightStrip (or any other Hue Product) into your daughter’s bedroom and control it seamlessly with the Philips Hue mobile app.

Still want to turn off all lights at the same time?

1Home is the bridge that bundles all your smart lights (KNX or other), and puts them in the palm of your hand, or should we say, at the tip of your tongue.

We enable you to have the best of both worlds (KNX and IoT) talking to each other and executing commands as if they were made by a single manufacturer. All that with your voice, the most natural interface there is.

It’s a triumphant feeling. 🏆

Make great lighting system the highlight of your day. Every day.

1Home is the bridge.

How to connect and control KNX and Philips Hue lights together:

STEP 1

Amazon Alexa & Google Home users

  • Start your free trial in the 1Home Dashboard.
  • Connect your smart home, then the app will auto-detect your KNX devices.
  • Set up your assistant by going to Profile and connecting it with Amazon/Google account

Get more information on how to connect:

Amazon Alexa with your Loxone smart home
Amazon Alexa with your Gira smart home
Amazon Alexa with your KNX IP Interface

Google Home with your Loxone smart home
Google Home with your Gira smart home
Google Home with your KNX IP Interface.


STEP 2

Amazon Alexa users

  • Enable both 1Home and Philips Hue Skill.
    See this video on how to do it directly from your Amazon Alexa mobile app.

Google Home users

  • Enable 1Home and Philips Hue Action.
    See this guide on how to do it from your Google Home mobile app.

STEP 3

Amazon Alexa users

  • Connect Philips Hue Skill with your Amazon account and discover devices, see how to.

Google Home users

  • Go to Google Home app and add Philips Hue as a device (sign in with your myHue account). See how to.

STEP 4

Amazon Alexa users

  • Group appliances in the same room into Device Groups via Amazon Alexa mobile app. This allows you to control all devices in that room, both KNX and IoT (including Philips Hue).
  • Try using voice commands like “kitchen lights on”.
    You can find more command ideas here.

Google Home users

  • Create a Room within the Google Home app and assign devices to it. This will allow you to control all devices in that room, both KNX and IoT.
  • Try using voice commands like “bedroom blinds down” or “kitchen lights on”.
    See more command ideas here.

You can also use both smart assistants on one 1Home account as well as Apple Siri [in beta].
Learn how to use both.


Drop us a message at support@1home.io if you stumble upon any issues, we’re happy to help.