Works like a charm…you install the above on the IDE you call it Flood Lights (is what i did) than you go on Alexa and create 2 routines to turn your lights one for ON and one for OFF when the above switch/sensor turns on and off after that you HAVE to disable the Smarthings Alexa skill in the Alexa app and re enable it again and everything works just fine …again you have to do this last step for it to work
But without the “Tuya Connector” thing they mention, right? It may not work for these as this is specifically for switches and the poster had to dramatically alter it just to get it to work with a slightly different script.
You can also flash the device over the air. I’ve done this with plugs but not with this model. I was able to get it to work fine for control, but wasn’t able to get SmartThings to see the device state if it was changed by pressing the button on the plug.
I’ve just received two sets of the Novostella Smart LED Flood Lights RGB 20W WI-FI and integrated them with my Google home/assistant devices (I don’t have Alexa). Is there anyway I can get them to work with smartthings, (via Google home if necessary or any other way)? Can someone point me in the right direction to get started?
Sorry for the late reply.
With Alexa is easily done as explained above someone has written a great piece of code … a simulated (fake) switch for Alexa that when flipped it acts as a sensor on Alexa that you can trigger an action within Alexa in our case the Novostella flood lights to turn on and the opposite when “off”.
So a device handler need to be written for Google Assistant as well to do the same i am not aware of being any… best and easiest way will be get a echo dot and call it a day
Sorry i could not be of any help