limitlessled can control your LimitlessLED lights from within Home Assistant. The lights are also known as EasyBulb, AppLight, AppLamp, MiLight, LEDme, dekolight, or iLight.


Before configuring Home Assistant, make sure you can control your bulbs or LEDs with the MiLight mobile application. Discover your bridge(s) IP address. You can do this via your router or a mobile application like Fing (android or iTunes). Keep in mind that LimitlessLED bulbs are controlled via groups. You can not control an individual bulb via the bridge, unless it is in a group by itself. Note that you can assign an rgbw, rgbww and white group to the same group number, effectively allowing 12 groups (4 rgbww, 4 rgbw and 4 white) per bridge.

To add limitlessled to your installation, add the following to your configuration.yaml file:

# Example configuration.yaml entry
  platform: limitlessled
    - host:
      - number: 1
        name: Bedroom
      - number: 2
        type: rgbw
        name: Bathroom
      - number: 3
        type: rgbw
        name: Kitchen
        fade: on
    - host:
      - number: 1
        name: Living Room & Hall
      - number: 1
        type: bridge-led
        name: Bridge Light

Configuration variables:

  • bridges array (Required):
    • host (Required): IP address of the device, eg.
    • version (Optional): Bridge version (default is 6).
    • port (Optional): Bridge port. Defaults to 5987. For older bridges than v6 choose 8899.
    • groups array (Required): The list of available groups.
      • number (Required): Group number (1-4). Corresponds to the group number on the remote. These numbers may overlap only if the type is different.
      • name (Required): Any name you’d like. Must be unique among all configured groups.
      • type (Optional): Type of group. Choose either rgbww, rgbw, white, or bridge-led. rgbw is the default if you don’t specify this entry. Use bridge-led to control the built-in LED of newer WiFi bridges.
      • fade (Optional): Fade behavior. Defaults to off. If turned on, the group is faded out before being turned off. This makes for a more pleasing transition at the expense of wall switch usability, since the light will turn back on at the lowest brightness if it is power cycled.


Refer to the light documentation for general property usage, but keep in mind the following notes specific to LimitlessLED.

  • RGBWW (Only supported on v6 bridges)
    • Color: There are 25,856 color possibilities along the LimitlessLED color spectrum. For colors, hue and saturation can be used, but not lightness. If you select a color with lightness, Home Assistant will calculate the nearest valid LimitlessLED color. In white mode the temperature can be set.
    • Temperature: There are 101 temperature steps.
    • Brightness: There are 101 brightness steps.
  • RGBW
    • Color: There are 256 color possibilities along the LimitlessLED color spectrum. Color properties like saturation and lightness can not be used - only Hue can. The only exception is white (which may be warm or cold depending on the type of RGBW bulb). If you select a color with saturation or lightness, Home Assistant will calculate the nearest valid LimitlessLED color.
    • Brightness: Wifi bridge v6 supports 101 brightness steps; older versions only 25.
  • White
    • When using a legacy WiFi bridge (before v6), you can observe on the MiLight mobile application, you can not select a specific brightness or temperature - you can only step each property up or down. There is no indication of which step you are on. This restriction, combined with the unreliable nature of LimitlessLED transmissions, means that setting white bulb properties is done on a best-effort basis. The only very reliable settings are the minimum and maximum of each property.
    • Temperature: Wifi bridge v6 supports 101 temperature steps; older versions only 10.
    • Brightness: Wifi bridge v6 supports 101 brightness steps; older versions only 10.
  • Transitions
    • If a transition time is set, the group will transition between the current settings and the target settings for the duration specified. Transitions from or to white are not possible - the color will change immediately.

Initialization & Synchronization

When starting Home Assistant, your LimitlessLED bulbs will be set to known default values. This ensures a consistent user interface and uninterrupted turning on/off. If you control your LimitlessLED lights via the MiLight mobile application or other means while Home Assistant is running, Home Assistant can not track those changes and you may observe unexpected behavior. This is due to a LimitlessLED limitation.