Q) How do the lamps communicate?
A) Telepathy connects to the internet and communicates to other connected lamps via it.
Q) How to set it up?
A) The first time set up involves feeding your Wi Fi credentials to your lamp. Here is a video for reference – https://zocivoci.com/telepathy-setup/
Q) Does it need to be set up every time it’s switched on?
A) Once stored, Telepathy lamps save your credentials in their memory and connects to it by itself every time, it is powered on.
Q) Does it have a battery inside?
A) No. Telepathy comes with a cord and plug. It works on a household AC supply.
Q) Can it be used outside India? Will it need a converter?
A) Telepathy lamps work on 110 – 220 V AC power supply. Hence it is good to use in India, USA and major countries without a voltage converter. But as it comes with an Indian two plug pin, you may have to use a plug adapter.
Q) How about the color? How do we choose that?
A) A long touch on sensor makes the Telepathy lamp enter into color change mode. Whenever the color of your choice appears, short touch it. Telepathy will save this color and radiate this same color on all the connected lamps, whenever you touch yours.
Q) Can we change the color once set?
A) Yes. That can be done any time as many times you want.
Q) For how much time does a message remain?
A) Whenever you touch your lamp, your friend’s lamp will remain lit in that color for an hour.
Q) Is there any default light for using it as a night lamp?
A) Yes. A warm yellow light can be switched on/off with the button given.
Q) How many messages can you send in a day through Telepathy?
A) There is no limit to it. You can connect with the ones you love, as many times as you want.
Q) How much power does it consume?
A) Telepathy lamps consume lesser power than a smart phone.
Q) What happens when the internet is down?
A) Telepathy will blink blue on your touch, indicating that it does not have access to the internet.
Q) Can we connect a new lamp to an existing set of two lamps?
A) Yes. There is no upper cap to it. Just enter the same email id while set up, which you have used for the first two.