|Manufacturer||3A Smart Home Pty Ltd|
|Package Dimensions||13.6 x 8.8 x 4.4 cm; 500 Grams|
|Size||2 Gang Switch|
|Finish||Crystal Glass with LED indicator|
|Installation Method||Hard wired|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Display Style||OFF (Blue, can be turned off), ON (Red)|
|Switch Style||ON, OFF (Touch, APP, Voice or Automation)|
|Special Features||Support Alexa, Google Home mini and HomeKit Siri (through home bridge service)|
|Usage||For Nue ZigBee Bridge, Philips Hue, Hubitat Lightify Hub & SmartThings Hub to control normal lights and voice control home automation. Note: Echo Plus built-in zigbee hub only supports 1 gang device.|
|Item Weight||500 g|
Nue ZigBee Smart Light Switch, Dimmer, Fan Switch, Curtain Blind Switch Power Point GPO, Light Controller and in_Ceiling Dimmer (2 Gang Switch)
Recommended Retail Price (RRP)The RRP displayed is the most recent manufacturer’s recommended retail price made available to Amazon AU.
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|Switch Style||ON, OFF (Touch, APP, Voice or Automation)|
|Connectivity protocol||ZigBee 3.0|
About this item
- ★ Smart ZigBee 3.0 Two Gang Light Switch for Wireless Home Automation : Compatible with Hue / Nue ZigBee Bridge, Lightify Hub, ST Hub, Hubitat Hub. One of the above ZigBee hub is required for ZigBee Devices in your home.
- ★ Voice Control and smart APP control : Support Google Home, Amazon Alexa voice control and APP control from smart phone from anywhere. Work with Homekit Siri through home bridge service.
- ★ AU / NZ Standard Smart Touch Switch with LED indicator OFF (Blue, can be turned off) and ON (Red) : size-120*70*43mm, Compatible with Standard Mounting block, plate and clips, 2 Yrs Warranty
- ★ Wireless Home Automation: Timer /Schedule ON, OFF, IFTTT Automation (with ST, Hue, Hubitat Hub, Echo Plus hub); Home Assistant; Smart ZigBee Sensors (Motion Sensor, Door Window Sensor for front door garage, Humidity Sensor for bath exhausted fan
- ★ For 2 way, 3 way light control, please select 2 way switches: [1 Gang 2 Way] - https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B096B2L79X?ref=myi_title_dp ; [2 Gang 2 Way] - https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B096B118HM?ref=myi_title_dp ; [3 Gang 2 Way] - https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0969YLP5T?ref=myi_title_dp
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Nue ZigBee Smart Switches are designed for wireless home, office and hotel automation. Through a compatible a zigbee hub.
- Compatible with Hue Bridge, Nue ZigBee Bridge, Habitat or ST Hub, Lightify Hub. Note: Echo Plus does not support 2 Gang Zigbee device
- Support Google Home, Amazon Alexa voice control and APP control from smart phone from anywhere. Work with Homekit Siri through home bridge service.
- Wireless home automation to protect your home with home automation tasks during holidays and auto control kids bedroom lighting
- work with the ordinary incandescent, halogen and LED lights
- zigbee mesh networking, Nue zigbee switches work as zigbee signal repeater as well and easily cover whole house
- can still be used as a normal touch switch when internet or zigbee hub not working
- Voltage:AC 240V 50/60Hz
- Size: 120 x 70 x 33mm
- Color: White
- Type: 1 Way, Note: ★ For 2 way, 3 way light control, please select 2 way switches: [1 Gang 2 Way] - https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B096B2L79X?ref=myi_title_dp ; [2 Gang 2 Way] - https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B096B118HM?ref=myi_title_dp ; [3 Gang 2 Way] - https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0969YLP5T?ref=myi_title_dp
- Gang options : 2 Gang
- Load Power:300W per gang
- on, off switch: ON (Red) and OFF (Blue, can be turned off)
- Panel Material:Tempered Crystal Glass Panel
- Neutral Wire Connection required
- 1 x Smart ZigBee 3.0 Two Gang Switch
- 1 x User Manual
- Some Mounting Screws
- The light switch only controls one loop lights not more than 300 watts
- Echo Plus only support 1 gang zigbee device
- For ST Hub, you need to download the instructions and device handlers from 3aSmartHome.com/downloads
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At first these seemed slick and cool given they are a) capacitive touch and b) sync with Hue hub etc.
However, the capacitive touch novelty wears off quickly, especially given different units seem to have different sensitivity. For some, even the lightest brush or quick swipe is enough, for others, it takes me multiple tries with different finger placement to get it to work.
Being capacitive also means there's no tactile feedback, which can be annoying in some situations (you need to look with your eyes what you're doing, can't flip on a switch around a corner etc).
The automation works with Hue app and bridge after some fiddling around, though to be honest I've used this much much less than I thought I would. Ceiling lights just don't benefit as much from automation imo (lamps and other hard to reach accent lights do).
The bigger issue with these is quality:
1. switching on an off makes a weird clanking sound that others have commented on too. But you get used to it after a while.
2. Most of the units make a high pitched electrical hum regardless if they're on or off, so constantly. If you're within one or two meters of the switch in a quiet room, it can be very irritating.
3. The glass panel is stuck to the plastic frame with some type of glue that will eventually degrade and fall off. I woke up to glass all over the floor twice, and I see 3 other units that are separating with large gaps which are going to fall off too in a matter of time.
I'm now getting rid of all of these and consider it a mistake buying them. They're a cool novelty gadget, but not fit for long-term use. I would be very surprised if they last more than 5 years for example.
I'm going back to dumb quality Hager push button switches. No automation (because I don't need it), but work reliably for decades, are more functional and also very slick.
One quirk is that even though this is a touch switch, it makes a fairly loud clanking noise when you switch it (guessing it's a mechanical switch that gets triggered inside).
Another quirk that may not be obvious is that with this type of switch, there's no tactile feel, so you need to be looking at it to turn it on/off. For the one-gang it doesn't matter so much, but for a three gang, if you're used to just feeling for the right button without looking, you'll need to retrain yourself a little.
The always-on blue/red led is a nice touch, though note that if you're installing one close to your bed and you're light sensitive, it could be irritating. I have a 3 gang switch that's about 1.5m away from my pillow facing me. So I have three blue lights always facing me now.
I haven't tried the ZigBee functions yet, but intend to soon. Though I note the Android Hui App has some pretty bad reviews.. I hope to not experience those issues.
UPDATE: My biggest gripe with these right now is that they make a high pitched electrical hum that's audible from one to two meters away. I started noticing this as I was walking past the switches, and once you notice it, it becomes hard to unhear it. It's more quiet when the switches are on, but more obvious when they're off, which seems a bit weird to me. I'm a little concerned if this is normal or not... or a sign of poor quality that could lead to internal burn-out or worse. The hum happens on all the switches I've had installed so far.
Althought the description mentioned dimming spec, this is not a dimmer. This is unprofessional to copy /paste specifications on all products without checking. I was hoping this is like the rest of digital dimmer in the market that you can "press and hold" the button to dim. How hard can that be?
Build quality is questionable I wonder how it can get approved. Even the screws provided are not Australian standard (what the ?). The switching mechanism is too loud it sounds like blowing a fuse every time it switch on/off.
I guess this is only a temporary solution if you really want a ZigBee wall switch right now. It works but not well built. When the big brands join the game this inferior product will be gone.
While the actual switches work as switches, and single gang switches can be controlled by the alexa app, the multiple gang switches aren't able to be detected correctly by the app. One scene switch is detected, but when attempting to configure it, the alexa app crashes.
One big downside, there is a high pitched humming coming from some, not all, but some of the switches. This is extremely frustrating for some in the house.
Really quite surprised by this, given the overall extremely positive rating everyone else is giving these things.
UPDATE: I have had all my old manual light switches upgraded and they have all been working faultlessy for over a year (except for one which was replaced free of charge under warranty). I also now control them with Alexa as well as Google Home without issue.