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Treatlife Wi-Fi Smart Light Switch,works with Alexa,Google Assistant,Neutral Wire Needed

$39.99
Treatlife Wi-Fi Smart Light Switch,works with Alexa,Google Assistant,Neutral Wire Needed

Treatlife Wi-Fi Smart Light Switch,works with Alexa,Google Assistant,Neutral Wire Needed

$39.99
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Brand TREATLIFE
Switch Style Rocker Switch
Operation Mode ON-OFF
Terminal SPST
Item Dimensions LxWxH 5 x 5 x 5 inches
Circuit Type 1-way
Plug Profile Wall Mount
Actuator Type Push Button
Current Rating 10 Amps
Mechanical Life Expectancy 2 years


About this item

  • EASY AND SAFE TO INSTALL: Neutral Wire is required; Step-by-step instructions will guide you through the wiring process. standard size; screwless snap-on wall plate; no hub required. For 2.4G Wi-Fi only (NOT 5G). Max Power: 1250W. Output Current: 10A. FCC Certified.
  • 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 with your smartphone using the smart life app, 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.
  • SMART HOME: Reduce the trivialities in life, adjust the lights at any time according to your wishes. Through our smart switch, you can easily enjoy the convenience of smart home! Any unexpected quality issues, please contact us in time and we will try our best to help you.

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What is a neutral wire?

A neutral wire allows our switch to be powered while simultaneously allowing the lighting circuit connected to your lights to be power off.

Do I have neutral wires?

 

  • If your house was built in the mid-1980s or later, there is an excellent chance that you have neutrals everywhere in your home.
  • If there is an outlet (wall receptacle) near the switch, most likely that switch box has a neutral.
  • Switches that are ganged together have a much higher likelihood of having neutrals, no matter what year.

 

Checking the switch box

The best way is to check the actual wires in the switch box where you want to install Treatlife.

 

  • Please observe all safety precautions before handling the electrical wiring in your switch boxes.
  • Turn off your breaker box.
  • Take off the trim plate over the switch.
  • Remove the screws from your switch and pull out the existing switch to look at the wires.
  • If you see a white wire (or group of them), it is VERY likely that you have a neutral.

 

The only way to be absolutely sure that you have found a neutral wire is to check the voltage (110V/120V) between the white wire and the "hot" (usually black in color) wire in the box. In a standard switch/dimmer, the "hot" is using one of the two wires connected to the switch.

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