Review Smart lamp Intelbras EWS 410: functional and affordable [análise/vídeo]

The smart light bulb sector is so disputed that some brands that operate in the field end up being forgotten by the public. In the middle of Positivo, Xiaomi, Philips, Wiz, Elsys and Multilaser is the Intelbras, which also has its own smart lamp on the market. it is about the EWS 410, affordable model that has 10 watts of power, 16 million colors with warm and cool white.

The model has a suggested price of R$ 120, but it can already be found in online stores for about R$ 70. I’ve already tested the main competitors of the EWS 410 and I’m counting in this review if the Intelbras product is a good alternative.

Intelbras EWS 410 Smart Lamp Review in Video

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Installation and configuration

Intelbras follows in the wake of national competitors and uses Chinese technology Tuya to launch its lamps. This also means that the installation, configuration and communication steps are the same at Intelbras as at Positivo, at Multilaser and others. The EWS 410 was developed for the E27 nozzle and can be easily installed in luminaires, chandeliers and ceiling sockets.


Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

The lamp communicates with the Izy Smart app which has the same interface as the Elsys app. The product only works by Wi-Fi on 2.4 GHz frequency, so no Zigbee or Bluetooth. Setting up the EWS 410 was pretty quick and I had no problems with Izy Smart throughout the test.

Once configured, you can control the lighting directly through the app or through virtual assistants, as I will comment later. In my tests, even without access to Wi-Fi, it was possible to turn on, turn off and control the lamp via the 4G network on the smartphone.

Experience of use (positive and negative points)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

The Intelbras EWS 410 is LED, has 10 watts of power and a luminous flux of 1,055 lumens. There are 16 million colors with white levels ranging from 2,700 to 6,500 K, which aim to meet those who need both options for comfort and concentration. In summary, I can say that the configuration of this lamp from Intelbras is close to the Wiz A60 and the Positivo Smart Lamp (1st generation).

In a small environment, where I usually work, the cool white of this model proved to be very efficient, lighting up the whole room well. The warm white isn’t as warm as I expected, but it has a balanced level that I like, as it’s not very strong and makes the place comfortable. If your goal is to put the EWS 410 in the room, you will likely have to spend more money, as a light bulb might not be enough.

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

The colored options, on the other hand, guarantee fun and not lighting. I couldn’t use the 16 million colors to lighten large and small spaces. Shades like blue, purple, pink, red and orange cannot light up the room and just create a decorative experience. As I always point out, this is a limitation of most smart lamps on the market. Options that can perform well are cyan, green, and yellow (which is practically white).

The product also brings some customization modes that are already known. For example, in the Scene menu, “Color” causes the EWS 410 to flash between green, blue, yellow, lilac and cyan. Altogether, there are eight settings for specific moments, such as reading, work and night.

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Another cool feature that I haven’t seen in other models with Tuya technology is “Music”. When activating it, the application uses your cell phone’s microphone and makes the lamp blink following the rhythm of the sound playing in the environment. The timing isn’t always accurate, but it creates a ballad feel that’s cool. Even so, it would be even better if this mode worked independently.

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Throughout the tests, the main features of the app performed well. Turning the light on and off through Izy Smart was also simple and quick, but at occasional moments I noticed a delay in the response, nothing serious. Intelbras gadget supports Alexa, Google Assistant and SmartThings. Here, the integration with Amazon’s assistant was easy and the good news is that the explanations, this time, are in Portuguese in the app. I remember that Multilaser Liv and other lamps with Tuya module did not have the translation and lay customers could find difficulties in this process.

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410: is it worth it?

Intelbras EWS 410 is a good smart entry lamp and I see it can be an interesting alternative during retail promotions. It will not be in the Intelbras model that you will find strong colors, extra features and more integration options when compared to models from Positivo, Multilaser and Elsys. Still, for those looking for the essentials, it should perfectly suit.

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

Smart Lamp Intelbras EWS 410 (Image: Darlan Helder/Tecnoblog)

If your goal is to have strong colors, the Wiz A60 and the Smart Lamp Positive Wi-Fi RGB+, which we have already evaluated here on Techblog, are the best options among affordable models. For those looking for a gadget focused on integration and connectivity and cannot afford a lot of money on a Philips Hue, the Wiz A60, which belongs to the same company as Hue, again ends up in the spotlight in this regard.

By not delivering intense colors, the Intelbras EWS 410 is an ideal lamp for very small spaces and can be even better if installed in floor or table lamps to create a decorative experience on the wall, for example.

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