MiLight is a radio controlled RGB-W LED light bulb. You can buy them from ebay or aliexpress for about $10-$15 a piece. The light bulb is controlled by a handheld controller. The RF chip used in these lights are PL1167 but fortunately, people have reverse engineered the RF protocol (see https://hackaday.io/project/5888-reverse-engineering-the-milight-on-air-protocol) and have developed code to control these lights using a NRF24 radio.
I have adapted these code to control these light bulbs using a mysensors module, which also serves as a repeater node. Once it receives command from the gateway, it switches to a different operation mode to simulate PL1167 and send commands to control the LED bulb. Afterwards, the sensor switches back to NRF24 mode and serve as repeater.
The code currently supports two modes of operation: (1) turn the white light on/off using a light switch node; and (2) relay any command that is supported by the MI protocol using a custom sensor node.
You need to 'pair' the light bulb with the controller the first time using it (UPDATE: you can do the pairing using the repeater node. No need to buy a separate wifi or wireless controller). To do so, turn on the power switch and send 'on' command to the light bulb within couple of seconds. The led bulb will flash a couple of times if the paring is successful.
If you have multiple LED lights, you can assign each light with the same or different remote ID so you can control them as a group or individually.
The code can be downloaded here (also see below for required library):