Shelly Dimmer 2 - No Neutral Required
WiFi-operated dimmer (no neutral required!)
Control and dim a wide range of halogen lights, dimmable LED bulbs and ferromagnetic transformers from anywhere, with the world's smallest WiFi-operated dimmer. No neutral wire required!
No Neutral Needed
The first Wi-Fi Dimmer that can be installed without a neutral wire.
Mobile App Control
Control your lighting at home, no matter where you are. Now you won’t be leaving the lights on, and your home won’t welcome you in darkness.
Simply connect Shelly Dimmer to your Wi-Fi network and begin the ultimate experience by controlling your lighting from your phone.
Create custom daily schedules for your lighting to turn on/off or set the brightness.
Shelly Dimmer will automatically follow the sunrise and sunset and can control your lighting accordingly.
ON/OFF and Dimming Function
With Shelly Dimmer you can turn on/off or use dimming function to your lights.
Internal temperature sensor for overheating protection.
Support 100-240V~ 50/60Hz
With Shelly Dimmer you can use incandescent and halogen lights: 1-220W, dimmable LED lights: 50-200VA / 1W – 200W or resistive-inductive loads: ferromagnetic transformers 50- 150VA. (10w min needed in non-neutral installations).
All you need to manage your Shelly Dimmer is a smartphone and the Shelly Cloud free mobile application
- Power Supply • 200 - 240V ±10, 50Hz AC
• 110-240V ±10, 50/60Hz AC
- Can work without neutral wire Yes
- Electrical consumption • Static current: ≤10 μA
• Alarm current: ≤60 mA
- Complies with EU standards •RE Directive 2014/53/EU
• LVD 2014/35/EU
• EMC 2004/108/WE
• RoHS2 2011/65/UE
- Working temperature 0 - 35°C
- Wireless/WiFi Protocol 802.11 b/g/n (2.4 GHz)
- Frequency 2400 – 2500 MHz
- Radio signal power 1mW
- Operational range (depending on local construction) • up to 50 m outdoors
• up to 30 m indoors
- (HxWxL) 42 x 36 x 14 mm
Bought a couple for my house renovation. Works exactly as it should. Do note it does not work with a rotary dimmer switch.
I found the software to be very clunky. Also when I went to register it said that I had already registered. Probably won’t use them.