Hueblog: Philips Hue Lily: Condensation makes the lamp unusable

Philips Hue Lily: Condensation makes the lamp unusable

Are you having problems too?

Earlier this year, we asked you if you had problems with condensation on the Hue Calla outdoor pedestal lamp. And some users have contacted us complaining about exactly the same thing. Some lamps even failed completely.

And the Hue Lily seems to have the same problem. Hueblog reader Klaus writes to us:


One of my 2 Hue Lily Garden-Spots fell out yesterday. Still reachable in the app, but it does not light up anymore. Cause: Condensation water in the housing, which most likely damaged the LED board. The spot is placed on a slope between bushes. The other Lily – which is still working – stands somewhat protected on a wooden wall.

Now the question for you: What does your Hue Lily look like? Did it also have excessive condensation? Have you ever had lamps fall out?

There is no danger to yourselves, at least not with the Calla and the other low-voltage lamps. The power supply is only 24 volts, so even if there is a short circuit inside the lamp, nothing worse can happen.


In den letzten Jahren habe ich mich zu einem echten Experten in Sachen Hue & HomeKit entwickelt. Mittlerweile habe ich über 50 Lampen und zahlreiche Schalter im Einsatz. In meinem kleinen Blog teile ich meine Erfahrungen gerne mit euch.

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