Sonoff smart switch is a household switch which can support Wi-Fi communication with your smartphone from long distance.
This is a mini and compact DIY smart switch used for different kinds of switch boxes, even the smallest EU standard switch box. Convenient to automate your home appliances with eWeLink app through your smartphone or tablet or your voice command. Support to connect an external rocker light switch unable to automatically spring back for easily managing connected devices in your home, both on your phone or directly from the wall. It supports the DIY mode (designed for developers) which allows users to integrate MINI into worldwide third-party open-source smart home control system to achieve LAN control without cloud service, such as Home Assistant, openHAB, ioBroker .etc. Note: 1. The antenna has strong electricity inside, do not break the wire jacket. 2. To make sure the stable RF signal, please keep the wire away from the metal component in the switch box when wiring.
Connect a pair of 2-way switch to turn on/off the downstairs light from upstairs
Only takes up very little space when installed into various types of switch boxes, even the EU standard switch box
Equipped with a wire used to connect the rocker light switch. MINI can be installed inside the switch to turn on/off your appliances connected with the switch
Enable the eWeLink app to control appliances in your home, anywhere and anytime
Connected with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to turn on/off devices in a completely hands-free way
Arrange the start and stop schedule for devices to have them automatically switch on/off, reducing needless power consumption
Let one SONOFF device to trigger another one, or trigger a multitude of devices simultaneously via tapping “Tap to run” on your phone
Share the device to your family or friends, and they can control it directly on their own phones
Can know your device is on or off through the eWeLink app even if you’re not at home
IFTTT is a free tool to get your apps, devices, and services talking with each other. Make an event happen to trigger another action
Quick Installation Guide