I have a simple question / search for which there may be no answer or at least not a simple one. * I have had one for years [GE Bright Stick](https://www.amazon.com/GE-Lighting-12257-fluorescent-lighting/dp/B0009J26XQ) under a kitchen cabinet over the sink. It was a 25 "fluorescent tube. Attach some brackets under the cabinet, secure the tube in place, plug it in and let there be light. It's finally dead, and now I want a similar LED light that I can control with HomeKit and a motion sensor If Hue made such a light, that would solve my problem, I don't. A plug n play solution would be great, but I can't find one. ** There are no smart switches ** .I want to be able to set different brightness levels and ** use a motion sensor ** .Hue makes a lot of light bands, but they are way too expensive for what I need - a 2 'tube, HK compatible, white ambiance, socket I don't play. ** I don't ** want to put something together and, most of all, I don't want an extra hub.
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