White LCD Wi-Fi Single Gang Dimmer Switch - HomeKit
The Smartest Switch in New Zealand - HomeKit Dimming
Smart LED dimming via voice and app control.
Using the MQTT protocol to generate a local mesh WiFi network. Only the first switch needs to connect to the router and the remaining switches connect to each other. Low reliance on home WiFi.
Large LCD touch screen displays switch button names, icons, time, WiFi connection status as well as power consumption
Switch styles, background picture, button names/icons can be customised either via the app or from the switch settings.
VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL INSTALLATION
Choosing either vertical or horizontal installations from switch settings.
To save energy, the switch turns to standby mode automatically with the panel light dimmed to the level according to your setup. The switch background LED light can be turned off via the app either permanently or in a time frame.
WIRELESS 2/3 WAY SWITCHING
Easily set up 2/3 way control in the app. Control lights where there wasn’t control originally.
Works with Home Assistant for you serious DIY automators.
NO HUB OR BRIDGE
WIFI 2-WAY SWITCHING (MAX 3-WAY)
SCHEDULED LCD DIMMING
CHANGEABLE LCD THEMES (10+ OPTIONS)
Size: 120mm x 74mm
1-gang (single circuit switch)
Panel: Capacitive touch screen
LCD resolution: 240*320
Bottom Materials: Retardant PC
Rated voltage: AC 100-250V 50/60Hz
Rated current/Max Current: 3A/10A
Rated Load: 100W
Load type: Incandescent lamp, LED Lamp.
Wireless Wi-Fi standard: 802.11b/g/n
Wireless Wi-Fi Security: WEP/WPA/WPA2( AES-TKIP-Personal)
Standby Current: 0.009A
Standby power: 2W
Operating temperature: -25 degree to +60 degree
Relative humidity: <95%
Must be installed by an electrician, see the installer registers for a smart home electrician near you.
SDocs are available upon request.
The dimmer is great but I do have a couple of concerns. 1. The configuration requires the user to upload their Wi Fi Password to Lanbons website. I think this presents a bit of a security risk so I set up a separate Wi Fi network for IOT.
2. Also it could have been a bit clearer on your website that Homekit was dedicated to the Apple ecosystem.