Smart ZigBee in_Ceiling Dimmer Switch for Lighting Automation Without Neutral Wire Available with existing Light Switch
- ★ Smart ZigBee 3.0 in_ceiling Light Dimmer Switch: Compatible with Echo Plus, Nue ZigBee Bridge, Hue Bridge, Lightify Hub
- ★ Voice Control and smart APP control: Support Google Home, Amazon Alexa voice control and APP control from smart phone. One of the above ZigBee hub is required.
- ★ Automatic ZigBee wireless lighting: Upgrade your home automation with existing lights and wall switches. Then you can automatically control your home lighting on schedule or triggered by a ZigBee sensor.
- ★ Not expensive. One controller can control a loop of lights. You have a big saving than changing your lights to ZigBee ones.
- ★ 2 Years Warranty Demo Video on pairing it with Hue Bridge. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHnBUtgEDNM
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Nue ZigBee 3.0 Smart in_ceiling light dimmer Switch is designed for wireless home, office and hotel automation. Through a ZigBee hub (Hue Bridge, Echo Plus, Nue ZigBee Bridge), you can :
- Gang options : 1 Gang
- control lights through APP or Amazon Alexa Smart Home APP from anywhere
- support Google Home or Amazon Echo voice control
- protect your home with home automation tasks during holidays
- auto control kids room lighting with home automation setting
- support scene management, you can control group of devices in-one-click
- work with the ordinary incandescent, halogen and LED lights
- support automatic zigbee networking, easily cover whole house
- Voltage:AC 110-240V 50/60Hz
- Size: 110 x 40 x 26mm
- Color: White
- Type: 1 Way
- Gang options : 1 Gang leading edge dimmer with on, off and dim function, but the lights have to be compatible with leading edge dimmer
- Here is the link for the compatible dimmable donwlights.
- Load Power:less than 300W
- Operating Environment:-20~70 centigrade
- 1 x Smart ZigBee 3.0 in-ceiling light Dimmer Switch
- 1 x User Manual
- one in-ceiling light dimmer only controls one loop lights not more than 300 watts;
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The motion sensor detected the dimmer (in philips hue 2 app) and setup the 2 downlights
The dimmer does buzz when changing brightness but stops when at required level- this is no different to the dimmer switches you used to get to replace light switches.
Am I happy - yes. Would I buy it again, yes.
Also you have to remove any dimmer switches from the circuit to allow this to work properly
Update: item worked for two days then failed, its indicator light worked and responded to hue, but never switched the actual load so pretty useless as a switch! Avoid if I were you
Installing the physical unit is easy, but it is the "software department" that is driving me up the wall.
I am using an Echo Show 5, with a Samsung SmartThings hub.
My Smartthings hub detects the device, connects to it & saves it in the app.... it is saved in the app as a "Thing" & you are able to rename it, but that is about as you are able to get.
My kitchen lights are on as soon as it is connected, but I am unable to control the device at all, even though it shows up in my app.
It seems like this dimmer needs it's own app to be able to communicate properly with the SmartThings hub, or If you are talented you can write your own program in the Smartthings Delveloper tools.... but I am not a programmer & therefore have no idea how to get this to work as as dimmer switch...
There is links where you can download the software for the "smaller brother" of this particular dimmer switch... which is just an on/off switch, but not a dimmer.
I did find a link to a website, that might have an app that apparently works... but even google translate was unsuccessful at translating that version of Mandarin.
After 4x days of getting nowhere, I gave up.
I removed the device & did what I should have done from the start.... I spent a tiny bit more money on a Phillips Hue setup, which works!
I am not a programmer & until they are able to include software, or provide an app that works with SmartThings (or any other zigbee hub)... DON'T waste your money!
The wiring options are great and should suit most installations. I fitted this in my wall switch socket (more later) and now have a switch there so manual operation is always possible. As others comment, there’s some flickering as you change the dimmer level but IMO it’s not a big issue and typically this is only a momentary event. Now associated a motion sensor with it for automatic operation.
Fitting the unit within my plasterboard walls was fiddly. I originally thought it would drop in the space between the walls, but the light switch socket was mounted on a wooden bracket in the stud wall and the unit is too thick to still mount within the remaining space. In the end I cut a 2nd socket out next to it to mount this unit and had to cut out one side of the socket so as to fit it all in. Used a plastic socket to minimise shielding the zigbee antenna, with a blanking plate to cover. Took much longer to fit than I expected. If only they could make it smaller it would be perfect.
Also brilliant where you can’t fit a smart bulb (under cabinet lighting, stairway lights etc).
These are not too large but not quite small enough to fit in the wall behind a light switch.
Installation was easy. Smarthings picked it up straight away and functions quickly. Not tested on dimmable led yet.
Unfortunately it can't be used where I required it.
Setting it up with Philips hue is very strait forward. Its just like setting up a hue light bulb. Easy peazy.
This is a dimmer version and multiple reviews say it causes flickering with their lights. Its possible that their lights are not meant to be dimmed as many LED lights are not meant to be dimmed or the operating dimming voltage doesn't play nice with their existing LED lights driver. Certain LED drivers require certain kinda of dimmers to be flicker free. Answering if it will work well with YOUR led lights would be hard. You kinda would just have to try it. But if your like me and dont need the dimming just stick with the normal switch on off model. It works well and is solid.
They are pretty small devices and I have myn installed in the ceiling but should know that operating the switch there is a small clicking noise as the switch engages on and off. So depending where you install them the noise might me a issue for you if you care. Being in my ceiling. I have to hold my breath and stand right below the light in a absolute silence and then I can just barely hear the click.
To wrap it up. If you have a hue bridge and a bunch of hue lights but want to keep a more fancy light that cannot accept hue bulbs. This Is a great option to keep the existing lights and be able to integrate it in with the rest of the hue system.
Nach nun ein paar Monaten im Einsatz muss ich ich meine Bewertung nach unten korrigieren da man das Gerät alle 1-2 Wochen vom Strom nehmen muss damit es wieder zu schalten geht. Schade.
Ich kann bei LED - Lampen einen Phasenabschnittdimmer empfehlen.