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Nanoleaf Canvas | Square | White | 9 Pack | CA/USA

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Product Overview

Touch-sensitive light squares that are modular and easy to use! Install on any flat surface using the included mounting system.

What's in the Box?

  • [9] Canvas Light Squares
  • [1] Controller
  • [1] 120V Power Supply (2-prong Canada/USA plug)
  • [9] Linkers for connecting panels and Controller
  • [28] Double-sided adhesive Mounting Tape
  • [1] Quick Start Guide

Each standard 24W PSU supports up to 25 light squares (1W per square). Each Controller supports up to 500 panels. Learn more about Nanoleaf Canvas at

Customer Reviews

Based on 507 reviews

3rd smarter kit, still loving it and spreading the Light in my place !!

Good Starting Point

I was originally attracted to these due to their multitouch features, but I don’t use that at all really. Still I have it mounted to where I could if I wanted to. What I do use is custom scenes or sequences with IFTTT for various other services. This is a good starting point. If you like them get 2 or more expansion packs and you’ll really start to see your creations come alive. These look best on dark walls as they become an art piece of their own.

David Lalonde
Unrealized Potential

Product works well in Thread network and works well in general, as best as I can test. Can't say much for colour fidelity as I lack tools or anything to compare with. I see huge potential for a product of this type not only in residential applications but in commercial and industrial applications too. Only… Nanoleaf Canvas is not one of them right now. The app and hardware impose too many limits and documentation is inadequate.

Documentation is okay for basic hardware installation and that's it. There is clearly a need for more information. What is the standby power consumption? Where do you / should you connect additional power sources?

The app is my biggest gripe. By far! There is no documentation for the iOS app. While okay for basic settings, it is a bear for anything else. There is an active community of citizen developers and hackers. This is no substitute for documentation. The potential complexity of light square arrangements and programming warrant, in my opinion, a desktop app and comprehensive app documentation.

A control square can control up to 500 light squares. There would be value in being able to space light squares far appart, but alas, all linker varieties are short. I also see value for control squares without buttons. Here, the app would be the controlling element. I am a little surprised that light squares weren't designed with humid conditions in mind. That really limits how this product can be used.

Let me end on the topic of touch control. In its current incarnation, this is mostly a gimmick to me. The light squares can apparently react to touch. How? I don't know. There is no documentation that tells me how. I haven't seen anything in the app yet that tells me how. A feature I don't know how to use is a useless feature to me. Does the touch get communicated outside the product? To HomeKit, for example? So that it could be used as a trigger for other scenes? Yes? No? Isn't that a shame!

I say do it right or don't do it at all. All features add cost. Make the cost worthwhile or lower the cost.

Melvin Taylor
Horrible do not buy this

Horrible service if anything goes wrong they’re not gonna replace it or honor anything they’re just gonna lag until you get tired just called the bank and get your money back for front because they won’t pay you back or give you anything else as far as a replacement

mohamed Rafi
Cannot connect online

You need 2.4ghz wifi connection

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