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About The Project


NeewerLite is a unofficial macOS app designed for controlling Neewer LED lights.

While Neewer provides official Android and iOS app for controlling their high-CRI LED lights via Bluetooth, they do not offer a means of control from a PC or Mac.

This project aims to fill that gap by creating a macOS app that allows you to control your Bluetooth-enabled Neewer LED lights from your Mac. With NeewerLite, you can even integrate light control into your Elgato Stream Deck or shortcuts for better experince.

Here is a video I made to demo the scene:


  • Power On/Off control
  • Brightness control
  • Correlated color temperature control
  • RGB color control
  • Scene control
  • Script support
  • Sync RGB lights with music

Script Usage

Open the app and let it scans all Neewer lights through Bluetooth. Once it finds lights. Then you could use command to switch On/Off lights.

Turn on all lights:

open "neewerlite://turnOnLight"

Turn off all lights:

open "neewerlite://turnOffLight"

Toggle all lights:

open "neewerlite://toggleLight"

Scan all lights:

open "neewerlite://scanLight"

Set lights CCT:

open "neewerlite://setLightCCT?CCT=3200&Brightness=100"

Most of light model support CCT range 3200K to 5600K, Some lights support long CCT range 3200K to 8500K.

Set lights Hue and Saturation and Brightness:

open "neewerlite://setLightHSI?RGB=ff00ff&Saturation=100&Brightness=100"

Set lights to scene:

open "neewerlite://setLightScene?Scene=SquadCar"

Scene Values: SquadCar, Ambulance, FireEngine, Fireworks, Party, CandleLight, Lighting, Paparazzi, Screen

Turn on light by name:

open "neewerlite://turnOnLight?light=left"

The 'left' is the name I give one of my light. You could change your light's name in the app and use it in this command.

Another way to test these commands is to copy a command(the string in the double quote) into your browser address bar, and press enter.

For example,

How to use script to integrate with Elgato Stream Deck?

Read this Integrate with Elgato Stream Deck

How to use script to integrate with macOS Shortcuts?

Read this Integrate with Shortcuts

Voice Control Interaction

You could integrate these commands into Voice Control.

Open System Preferences -> Accessibility -> Voice Control -> Commands, Click the + button to create a new command, give a name to your new command such as Meow and choose Any Application then choose perform Open URL. Type in neewerlite://toggleLight for example.

Now, when you say Meow voice control will switch on/off your LED lights.

Tested Lights


If you find a way to implement these features, feel free to create a pull request.

  • [ ] Test more Neewer LED lights
  • [ ] Add support for other Neewer LED lights
  • [ ] Advanced scene management

How to add support for a new light?

If you are unable to find your Neewer light using NeewerLite, you can easily add support for it by following these steps:

  1. Use a Bluetooth app to find the name of your light.
  2. Add the name to the isValidPeripheralName function in the Model/NeewerLight.swift file.
  3. Recompile the app and test your light to ensure that it is working properly.
  4. If the light is working as expected, create a pull request on the project's GitHub repository to submit your changes.

By following these steps, you can quickly add support for your Neewer light and start controlling it using NeewerLite.


Follow NeewerLite, the code and examples of this project is released under MIT License.


If you would like to support me, donations are very welcome.

You can go fund this project through my sponsors page.


You can send bitcoin to this address:

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