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Zigbee Single Light Switch (White)

Zigbee Single Light Switch (White)

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Smart Zigbee 1 Gang Switch (White)

Pre-Order! This is out of stock. More stock ETA 25/05/24

Zigbee Single 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 do not interfere with your Wi-Fi or internet.  Our Zigbee range includes Light switches, modules, sensors, door smart locks and everything to make your 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: White

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


    Tested with the following Zigbee controllers:

    SmartThings / Aeotec Hub ✔️

    ZemiSmart Homekit Hub✔️

    ConBee II Zigbee ✔️

    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 5 reviews
    Peter Brown
    Works ok but the red led when on isn't well thought.

    So I have other switches of similar appearance. Some of them are quiet, these are loud mechanical relays. All the others have a nice blue light when off. These are not illuminated when off which is when you need them illuminated. They go red when on which isn't overly useful as you can already see the lights are on and where the switch is.. Xhame this design can't be changed as a function (jumper or driver). Otherwise so far they seem ok responding and appearance (other than the led). Time will tell how they work with my zigbee mesh seeing they are repeaters..


    Sound is a bit loud when lights are switched on and off. But quality is quite decent with that glassy panel.
    Customer support are very helpful too

    Blue off LED has been removed

    The switch works well however, the Blue off LED has been removed (firmware or physical) in this new version and can not be turned back on. There should be this option available with a firmware update. Also the screws on the terminals have changed from reasonable Phillips head to tiny flat head. IMHO, this is a step backwards.

    Daniel hitch



    Customer service can’t make phone call just uses emails