After extensive testing, we’ve discovered that in very rare cases, some Philips Hue 40 Watt outdoor power supply units (PSU) may become damaged due to water leakage and pose a safety risk if touched in wet conditions. These PSUs were shipped with base packs of the following product families between 2018 and 2020:
Philips Hue outdoor power supply units
Your safety is our priority
Lily spot lights
Lily XL spot light
Calla pedestal light
Econic pedestal lights
Impress pedestal lights
Calla Large pedestal light
To ensure that you feel safe when using Philips Hue products, we’re launching a replacement program for those with affected PSUs. To avoid any risks, we advise consumers in case of product failure to first switch off the power before touching the power supply unit.
Is my power supply unit affected?
To check if your PSU is eligible for replacement, please first unplug the product or switch off its power. On the front of the PSU, you will see a four-digit production code: it is formatted YYWW, where “Y” refers to the year and “W” refers to the week. All products before and including week 41 of the year 2019 are potentially affected. You may have an affected PSU if the first two digits (i.e. the year) are below 19 or both of the following are true:
- The first two digits of the code are 19
- The last two digits of the code are 41 or below
For example, a PSU with the code 1835 is affected, while a PSU with the code 2005 is not.
How do I get a new power supply unit free of charge?
Fill in the form linked below, where you’ll need to provide your personal information, the production code, and the model number of your PSU (located after the word “model” on the label).
Please include a picture of the front of the power supply unit, where the four-digit production code is clearly visible.
If you have any questions or need to replace more than three power supply units, please contact us directly.
*When a bulb displays "Up to" a certain number of lumens in its specifications, it displays the maximum lumen output of the bulb. It shows how bright the bulb can get at 2700 K (White bulbs) or 4000 K (White ambiance or White and color ambiance bulbs). Learn more about brightness.