Extend the Distance Between the Philips Hue Controller and the Starter Lightstrip

Do you have a set of kitchen cabinets that you would like to light up with Philips Hue Lightstrips, but the power outlet is too far away? Litcessory’s Controller to 6-Pin Adapter and Extension Cables solves this problem! The Controller to 6-Pin Adapter is great for any custom Philips Hue Lightstrip setup where a Litcessory extension cable is placed between

Litcessory Extension Cable for Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus

The Litcessory Extension Cable for the Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus is perfect for extending the distance between lightstrips. It is also great for spacing out the distance between the Philips Hue Controller and the Starter Lightstrip when used in conjunction with our Controller to 6-Pin Adapter (hardwired or detached). With the Litcessory Extension Cable, setup is a breeze. Before doing anything, always remember

How to Split the Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus

Having the ability to split the Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus comes in handy in many situations, especially when you’re adding in over and under cabinet lighting. Using our Splitter for the Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus is the easiest way to accomplish this. The Litcessory Splitter allows for a single run of lightstrips to be split into two or more runs.

How to Cut and Extend Philips Hue Lightstrips without Soldering

So you bought yourself a shiny new Philips Hue Lightstrip Plus Starter Set and you’re ready to get your under cabinet lights setup and create the perfect kitchen ambience. Things are going great until you get to your hood range and you have to cut your Philips Hue Lightstrip. Well, at least you have one side of your cabinets lit

Philips Hue Lightstrip Hardwired Controller vs Detachable Controller: Which Version do I have?

Looking to extend the distance between your Philips Hue Controller and Starter Lightstrip? You’ll need to identify which controller version you have first. Recently, Philips Hue updated their controller design, leaving you to figure out which version you have. This post will help you identify your version!