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Smart Light Switch, Treatlife Wi-Fi Light Switch, Compatible with Alexa, Google Assistant and IFTTT, Single-Pole, Schedule, Remote Control, Neutral Wire Required, Easy and Safe Installation

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Brand TREATLIFE
Item Dimensions L x W x H 12.7 x 12.7 x 12.7 centimetres
Current rating 10 Amps

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  • EASY AND SAFE TO INSTALL: Step-by-step instructions will guide you through the wiring process. Neutral Wire is required; standard size; screwless snap-on wall plate; no hub required. For 2.4G Wi-Fi only (NOT 5G). Max Power: 1250W. Output Current: 10A. For non-dimmable bulbs.
  • VOICE CONTROL: Enjoy the hands-free convenience of controlling the lights in your home with your voice via Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant; perfect for times when your hands are full or entering a dark room.
  • REMOTE CONTROL: Control the light from anywhere using your smartphone, whether you are in your cozy bed, in the office or on vacation. You can create schedules, monitor real-time light status, share devices and even control a group of lights in your house with a tap of the phone screen.
  • AUTOMATED SCHEDULES: Create schedules (timer or countdown) to automatically turn on and off the light based on everyday routines or to simulate occupancy while you are on vacation to trick potential intruders.
  • WARRANTY: 2-year quality warranty, 90-day money back guarantee and lifetime customer support. Please contact us if you have any questions about your bulb types, installation or Wi-Fi connections.

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Single Pole Smart Light Switch


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Ed Poon
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent Products - Surprisingly High Quality
Reviewed in Canada on 31 March 2020
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NAP316
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Product!
Reviewed in Canada on 22 June 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Product!
Reviewed in Canada on 22 June 2020
This TreatLife Smart Light Switch was a lot easier to install than my other smart switches. I believe a good reason for that was the size. It's a bit smaller, so you don't have to fight with the electrical box as much. The app is intuitive (I have it set to auto turn off my bathroom fan after x mins cause my little ones keep forgetting to do so!). The box includes sticker labels so that you can label your wires (ground, load, line, etc..), now that's smart!

We're now thinking of adding more units for our other fans!
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Brian Bagnall
5.0 out of 5 stars The best smart light switch for the price?
Reviewed in Canada on 10 June 2020
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best smart light switch for the price?
Reviewed in Canada on 10 June 2020
I'm in the process of automating my "new" home that has been out of date since about 1965, as far as light switches, lighting fixtures and wall outlets. I've had a Google Home and Nest Hub since earlier this year but this is my first attempt at integrating home automation with Google Assistant as they call it. The price is right for the TreatLife light switches so I'm hoping to convert the dozen or so upstairs light switches using TreatLife.
INSTALLATION:
The packaging for the light looks very stylish. Likewise the instructions are clear and easy to follow. The four wires you need to connect to make this work are very clearly marked, and it's also well explained how to identify the four wires in your electrical box and mark them using the kindly included stickers. The main technical point for most people will be identifying the line wire versus the load wire. You could use a simple electrical tester as recommended in the instructions, but I didn't have one. Instead I ended up using a multi-meter and touching the red probe to one of the black wires, then the black probe to the white neutral wire. The wire that registered 118V ended up being my line wire (the load wire measured ~500mV).
According to Canadian electrical standards, my house uses an electrical box that is about 2 x 3 inches and about 2.25 inches deep. Additionally, the electrical box was attached to the stud with nails which leaves about 1.75 inches of open space (front of electrical box back to the nails). You need to insert the TreatLife wall switch in that box, along with four wire nuts and a mess of wires (see attached picture). This can be a little tricky, so you need to fold them in very carefully into every square inch of space in there. It took me about 15 minutes to reasonably accomplish that and then I relied on tightening the screws to fold them the rest of the way. I flipped the circuit breaker on and it began working immediately!
One other thing I appreciated is that the switch plate is slightly larger than a standard plate. This meant that it covered up any old paint marks and I didn't have to do any repainting around the edges of the new switch.
APP:
The software is trivial to install onto a smart phone. It's also really easy to connect the light switch to your WiFi router, taking no longer than 2 minutes to discover a network and enter the router password. One thing to note here is that if your phone is connected to your 5 GHz router, you'll need to momentarily disconnect and reconnect your phone to the 2.4 GHz network of your router. Then, after the light switch is connected to the 2.4 GHz network and verified working, you can reconnect your phone back to your 5 GHz network and everything will continue to function as usual. The phone to switch control is nearly instantaneous, with an audible click from the light switch the second you hit that button on your phone. Well done!
GOOGLE ASSISTANT:
My main reason for setting up these switches is to obtain voice control, so the next step was to get Google Assistant working. This consisted of tapping the light switch device in the Smart Life app, tapping the pencil icon at the top, and then tapping the Google Assistant icon. The Smart Life app then relinquishes control to the Google Home app, which asks you for the proper permissions. After this I was a bit confused when the Google Home app threw control back to the Smart Life app because the screen just showed the Google Home icon image and nothing was happening. I waited a few minutes before concluding it was dead, so I exited the Smart Life app and reloaded it, and it said Google Assistant was linked. Not sure if this was a bug or something with my phone. I said the words, "Hey Google, turn on lights" and sure enough it worked! There is the usual slight delay as Google deciphers what you are asking it, but it definitely happens in well under a second. I ended up using the Smart Life app to change the device name from "Smart Light Switch" to "Hallway Light" so that I could identify to Google which light to control.
FINAL THOUGHTS:
Overall I am impressed with the stylish, simple look of the switch, the ease of installation, and its responsiveness. In the future I will try to program certain behaviors, such as timers and multiple light phrases. I was hoping that once it was installed I would be able to see and control the switch itself in the Google Home app, but that doesn't appear to be the case. There is also a gang light switch with three switches in my living room that I'm curious how that will go, as far as hardware and the light switch cover. I'm only in the first 24 hours of using it though and will update this review as I learn more.
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Cal
5.0 out of 5 stars Just as good as expencive switches, plus a more universal app.
Reviewed in Canada on 11 May 2020
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Tim D.
4.0 out of 5 stars Easy install and a satisfying "click"
Reviewed in Canada on 27 February 2020
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4.0 out of 5 stars Easy install and a satisfying "click"
Reviewed in Canada on 27 February 2020
Before I begin - in case anybody else has this question - the switch is model number SS01S.

I really liked this switch. From the very satisfying click of the button to the easy installation, I was very happy with it.

I have tried many switches and some have a very unnerving "click"; almost as if you were clicking something then there is a short 0.5 second delay before the switch actually activated. This switch does not have that!

All in all, I will be purchasing more of these.
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