ABUS Z-Wave Light Bulb (Art. no. SHLM10010)

  • LED light bulb with warm white LED light (2700 K)
  • As bright as a conventional 60 W light bulb with significantly lower power consumption
  • Includes repeater function for extending the range of the Z-wave radio signal
  • Fits in any E27 socket
  • Voice control possible (depending on the Smart Home gateway)
  • Integrated Z-wave radio chip for integration and control via your Smart Home gateway

ABUS Z-Wave Light Bulb (Art. no. SHLM10010)

The ABUS Z-Wave LED lamp can be an optical helper in many situations in your connected home. E.g. in case of danger, the escape routes can be perfectly illuminated by scene control. And if you are not at home, you can credibly simulate your presence by configuring scenarios. When it comes to comfort, you make no compromises compared to a 60W light bulb, with significantly lower power consumption. The LED lamp produces warm white light (2700k), is dimmable and fits into any conventional E27 socket.

Art. no.: SHLM10010
Areas of usage: Inside
Colour temperature: 2700 K
Color: White
Luminous Flux: 806 lm
Lamp Life: 25.000 h
Socket: E27
Colour rendering index (CRI): 80
Dimming levels: 5 - 100 %
Energy efficiency class: A+
Repeater function:
Dimming function:
Compatible with Secvest:
Compatible with Smartvest:
Power consumption standby: 0,5 W
Number switching cycles: 100.000
Warm-up time: 1 s
Power Factor: 0,9
Min. humidity: 10
Dimensions: (Ø x H) 60 x 120 mm
Horizontal/vertical IR angle: 240 °
Gross weight: 0,15 kg
Wireless modulation: Z-Wave Plus (S2) / FSK (BFSK / GFSK)
Radio frequency: 868,42 MHz
Wireless range: (Depending on installation) 20 - 100 m
Housing material: PBT / PC
Power consumption: 9 W
Luminous color: Warm white
Max. operating temperature: 40 °C
Max. humidity: 95 %
Min. operating temperature: -20 °C
Net weight: 0,07 kg
Tamper protection:
Transmission power: 4,5 dBm
AC voltage supply: 220 - 240 V

Scope of delivery:

  • 1x Z-Wave Light Bulb
  • 1x Quick guide
  • 1x Safety Instructions

Product recommendations

Questions & answers

Security glossary