What is the whistled? The whistled allows you to control one device by simply whistling two musical notes. To set it up, you just need to connect your 5.5/2.1mm DC connector on one end and your loa...Read More…
The whistled allows you to control one device by simply whistling two musical notes. To set it up, you just need to connect your 5.5/2.1mm DC connector on one end and your load on the other. Your package will have a tracking number and will also contain the user manual (downloadable here).
In this listing you can choose to buy either an US or an EU 12 Volts, 3 amperes power supply. Both of them are FCC & CE certified.
If you choose to purchase an LED strip, it will be 5 meters long, with 300 '5050' LEDs, 12V/2.9A, 2900k, 3000 lumen and waterproofed. It will be more than bright enough to light a big room and has a double sided tape on its back.
Your Whistled device will be sent from Switzerland or China depending on current stock and order details.
From babua: "WhistLed user here, bought it some months back when limpkin first released and announced on reddit. I'm pretty happy with it. As a signal processing guy myself, I have to say the detection works very well. Of course, there's the occasional false positives, especially if you're listening to loud music or TV, but the rate is pretty low. If you use it for, say, the entrance hall or the kitchen, it should be perfect. It's a pretty awesome feeling to enter the apartment and turn on the lights while I'm unloading my bags and untying my shoes (we live in the future). The dim/brighten functionality is pretty fun, and at this price, it's worth it just to show it off to your friends :) I don't usually go around writing testimonials, but I emphatize with a fellow enterprising engineer, and the product is solid, so, here it is. Support the indie hardware devs! :)"
|Shipping Rate||First item||Additional items|
Swiss Post: Standard Ground Rate with Tracking
DHL: DHL Expedited Shipping
Cristobal | May 15, 2017
Flint | Feb. 25, 2016
Giulio | Feb. 18, 2016
Andy | Sept. 8, 2015
Jeremy | July 20, 2015
Richard | May 2, 2014
Sander | Feb. 8, 2014
Todd | Jan. 4, 2014
Richard | Jan. 2, 2014
Jacob | Nov. 30, 2013
Kristofer | Nov. 22, 2013
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