Note: Make sure the Smart Charge Bulb is sufficiently charged before simulating the power outage.
Click here to watch video for simulating power outage.
Or Follow these steps
1.Screw one SmartCharge bulb in a table lamp that has its own switch.
2.Screw an incandescent bulb into another table lamp.
3.Plug both lamps into a power strip.
4.Plug in the power strip in a wall outlet.
5.Turn ON the switch to see both the bulbs glow.
6.Keep the bulbs ON as in step 5, and remove the plug of power strip from the wall outlet. (This simulates power outage).
7.The normal light bulb will turn off (Since there is no power) but SmartCharge bulb remains ON.
8.You can control the SmartCharge bulb from the table lamp switch (not from power strip switch).
Note: If you turn the regular lamp OFF, you cannot control the SmartCharge bulb in this set up. SmartCharge bulbs need a load (complete circuit) behind the switch to operate. In a general home situation, there are a lot of loads behind the switch.