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Zigbee Quad Light Switch (Black)

Zigbee Quad Light Switch (Black)

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Smart Zigbee Quad / 4 Gang Switch (Black)

Smart Zigbee Quad Light Switch, No Neutral Required, Works with Google, Alexa and Apple Homekit through Our Zigbee Hub

Zigbee is a communication protocol that creates a network with small, low-power digital radios, such as for home automation! Networks that work locally and do not interfere with your wifi router or internet.  Our Zigbee range includes Light switches, modules, sensors, door smart locks and everything to make you home smart!

The technology defined by the Zigbee specification is intended to be simpler and less expensive than other wireless personal area networks (WPANs), such as Bluetooth or more general wireless networking such as Wi-Fi. Applications include wireless light switches, home energy monitors, traffic management systems, and other consumer and industrial equipment that requires short-range low-rate wireless data transfer.

Its low power consumption limits transmission distances to 10–100 meters line-of-sight, depending on power output and environmental characteristics. Zigbee devices can transmit data over long distances by passing data through a mesh network of intermediate devices to reach more distant ones. Zigbee is typically used in low data rate applications that require long battery life and secure networking. Zigbee automatic networking technology, no manual code matching, simple system debugging                          

  1. Voice Control –Works perfectly with Amazon Alexa, Google Home, Apple Homekit
  2. App Control –Control switches from anywhere with your smartphone. 
  3. Timing–Set scheduled/countdown timers to turn on/off at a specified time
  4. Share Control– Control your smart home together with your family
  5. Smart Scene–Trigger on/off by temperature, humidity, or by environmental conditions           
  6. Easy to install         
  7. Status indication  

    No Neutral Wire Required

    AC Specifications: 

    Dimension:120*72*37MM Australian Standard Size                         

    Operating Voltage:220-240V/50-60Hz                 

    Rated Load: Resistive 625W/Gang Inductive 150w/Gang 

    Note: If the load is lower than 20w a bypass is recommended. (One per switch, not gang)                                                                                                  

    Frequency: 2.4G (Requires Zigbee Controller see below)

    Support IEEE 802.15.4 PHY/MAC

    Routing Function Enabled: No

    Back of Switch Colour: Black

    LED indicators: Off= No LED, On= Red LED

    Tested with the following Zigbee controllers:

    SmartThings / Aeotec Hub ✔️

    ZemiSmart Homekit Hub✔️

    Tuya Zigbee ✔️

    TRÅDFR ❌

    HUE ❌

    Hubitat ✔️

    Home Assistant with zigbee2mqtt (edge version)  ✔️

    Home Assistant ZHA ✔️

    FIBARO HC3 Zigbee ✔️

    Online Help Page and Manual

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Greg Moonbi
    Zigbee Quad Light Switch

    Set the light switch up with zigbee2mqtt and it worked straight away.
    I haven't installed it in the place yet as the building is not constructed yet.
    The only thing I can find wrong with it is the backlight is red and you can hardly see it in the daylight even when the backlight setting it set to high, but I suppose you don't usually have the lights on in the daytime. Haven't tried it at night but it should be OK I guess.
    These switches are only zigbee endpoints and not a router that would have extended the zigbee mesh.
    I have set the switch up in openHab 4 ready for when the building is completed and it worked well.

    Ian Prescott
    zigbee light switches

    I have purchased 10 zigbee light switch plates (black on black) from OZ Smart Things in all switch configurations.
    They have been purchased to installed at my yet to be built granny flat.
    I am currently using a CC2531 usb dongle with zigbee2mqtt and have now got all switch plates powered up and connected to zigbee2mqtt.
    I can control the switches via the zigbee2mqtt web-interface, basic but functional.
    Ultimately I will have openhab3 via mqtt binding controlling the lights, but at the moment it is all bench test mode, and they work.
    Thanks OZ Smart Things for a good web site and the purchase/delivery experience was excellent.
    One consideration I didn't account for is that the light switches do not have router capabilities.
    For a zigbee mesh to be able to expand beyond the limits of the coordinator (CC2531 usb dongle) the mesh needs devices with router capabilities.