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Compatibility with your house

Any Treatlife switch (SS01S & SS02 & SS02S & DS01 & DS02S):

Can replace standard single-pole light switches.
Will fit in standard switch boxes.
Is compatible with residential bulbs including: LED, incandescent, halogen, fluorescent and CFL bulbs
Is compatible with standard, MLV and ELV light fixtures.
Is compatible with iOS and Android.
Is designed for indoor operation only.
Need Wi-Fi setup and control via the Smart light app.
Need to connect ground and neutral wires.
compatible with 120V (not for use with 240V circuits)
Does not require a hub.

Smart Dimmer Switch: DS01 and DS02S

-Are not compatible with switch-controlled power outlets.
-Are not compatible with fans and light fixtures with built-in fans.
-Are not compatible with appliances and non-lighting products.
-Are not compatible with smart lights (cannot adjust brightness)

On/Off Smart Switch: SS01S & SS02S
-Is compatible with switch-controlled power outlets.
-Is compatible with fans and light fixtures with built-in fans.
-Is compatible with appliances and non-lighting products.


Confirm the wiring of your house
TREATLIFE products require:

Ground wire
-A ground wire connects to a switch to safely carry additional electrical current away from the switch box to prevent dangerous electrical buildup or shock.
-Ground wires are typically green or bare copper.
If your house was built or remodeled after 2011, the National Electric Code (NEC) requires ground wires.
-If your house was built or remodeled in the mid-80's, it may have a grounding wire.
-Important: Some houses may not have a ground wire available in every switch box.

Neutral wire
-A neutral wire completes the circuit provided by the Line wire. The light switch can be powered even when the light is off. (The neutral line cannot control the light.)
-Neutral wires are typically white and may be found bundled inside the back of the switch box.
-If your house was built or remodeled after 2011, the National Electric Code (NEC) requires neutral wires.
-If your house was built or remodeled in the mid-80's, it may have a grounding wire.
-Important: Some houses may not have a neutral wire available in every switch box.

120V circuit
This is standard in U.S. residential houses.
TREATLIFE is not compatible with 240V circuits.