Yes, our Zigbee LED Controllers will work with Amazon Echo technology. However, it's important to note that you will need Amazon Echo Plus units, the reason being that these have the Zigbee hub built into them. Other systems, such as the Amazon Echo Dot, will require a separate hub (purchased elsewhere) to achieve full Zigbee control.
The latest version of Phillips Hue (V.2) is compatible with most major home automation systems (V.1 does not feature the Zigbee hub), like Amazon Echo, Google Home and Apple Home Kit. So, if you were looking to run Phillips Hue with Apple Home Kit for example, then the Home Kit would control our LED strips via the Hue's built-in Zigbee hub and our Zigbee controllers; its not an issue of the LED strips' compatibility, as these will work with anything, but that of the Zigbee controller's method of communication being of utmost importance.
It's worth noting that there are some conflicts between major brands. While Phillips hardware is generally friendly with other party support, products from Amazon and Apple can clash with one another, so it's worth exploring your options when it comes to mixing home systems.
In general though, Hi-line's Zigbee controllers and LED strips will work under specified conditions. Always ensure that your central automation device has a built-in Zigbee hub, as this needs to be able to communicate with a Zigbee controller in order to send the correct signal to whichever remote-based device you are using.
For more information on pairing our Zigbee controllers with Amazon Echo Plus, please refer to our video guide: