SONOFF TX WiFi Smart Light Switch, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi Touch Smart Wall Switch,Works with Alexa and Google Home, Fit for US&CA Wall Switches, 3 Gang 1 Way, T2, No Hub Needed

(6 customer reviews)
BrandSONOFF
Switch StyleTouch Switch
MaterialOther
Circuit Type1-way
Mounting TypeWall Mount
Actuator TypePush Button
  • NoteNeutral Wire Required, Only Supports 2.4 GHz Network (Not 5 GHz), Not Dimmer Switch.
  • Smart Remote Control Switch – Turn electronics on or off from anywhere with your smartphone using the Ewelink App (Compatible with Android & iOS) and get the sync status of your smart switch.It doesn’t support Home Kit.
  • Touch Control Design – Low power loss and long service life. Touch design, separate structural design, safe and reliable.Glass panel touch light switch,a slight tap for easier control, a modern and elegant decoration on your wall surface.
  • Hands-Free Voice Control – Works perfectly with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, IFTTT.Enjoy smart and convenient life.
  • Timer & Schedule – Use Schedules to set your Smart Light Switch to automatically turn on and off while you’re home or away.
  • Device Sharing – Share your device to your family members. Smart Switch makes your life smart and easier.
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Integration Supported smart home integration

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Interface Smart device connectivity interface

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Material Smart home device material

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Batteries Required?

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Frequently asked question

I don't have neutral wire. Is there a way to connect it? I don't care if the wifi doesn't work if I don't use the neutral, just make it work as regula

neutral wire is needed. switch is configured with a neutral wire connection. even if you will not use the smart feature. for this light switch. the cons with this switch though is, it can’t be reconfigured once it’s already sync with a wifi. thats what i had observed. hope the manufacturer could do something about this.

my lights are always on, but really dim, and pressing the button makes them slightly brighter. is mine defective or did i set it up wrong?

Be sure to connect a neutral lead. Many conventional light switches do not have a neutral connection ... they simply make or break the circuit to and from the light being switched. Like all smart switches, the sOnOff being an electronic device draws a continuous, albeit small amount of current to operate its WiFi rec… see more Be sure to connect a neutral lead. Many conventional light switches do not have a neutral connection ... they simply make or break the circuit to and from the light being switched. Like all smart switches, the sOnOff being an electronic device draws a continuous, albeit small amount of current to operate its WiFi receiver. With no independent neutral, this tiny current will flow through the light being switched. LED bulbs are so efficient that this tiny current is enough to dimly illuminate them.

The t2 model work with rf 433mhz?

The T2 has the RF receiver circuitry but no remote so if you can get your hands on the remote, then it would probably work.

Good Morning, This switch has the function of dimming the lights?

It does not. :(

6 reviews for SONOFF TX WiFi Smart Light Switch, 2.4GHz Wi-Fi Touch Smart Wall Switch,Works with Alexa and Google Home, Fit for US&CA Wall Switches, 3 Gang 1 Way, T2, No Hub Needed

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  • Anonymous

    Was not able to install

    Had to return and buy single gang Gosund brand which perfectly fits existing boxes

    10/20/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Fácil de instalar y configurar

    Fácil de instalar y configurar

    10/19/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Excelente inversión

    La mejor inversión en apagadores smart. Se puede hacer un conmutado por wifi, no físico, y se ve muy bonito en la pared. Funciona excelente, muy recomendado

    10/09/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Too large for 1973 switch box

    With modification to old school switch box, it for well. Works exactly ass specified and works well. Hard to see the light on the plate with lights on. Integrates well with google home!

    08/24/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Three switches in one gang but dim lights

    I am using this in an application where I couldn’t add more switches (couldn’t replace the box) or more wires. I am using it with Home Assistant and have refreshed it with ESPHome firmware. Each button controls a smart light. There are a couple issues. One is that the lights are pretty dim so using it in a brute-ish room mess you look for the fingerprints to see where the switches are. The second is less of an issue for “normal” use. If you touch a switch too long an internal beeper beeps. This is the beeper that provides feedback if you have the wireless remote. If you’re trying to be dance with home automation and want to use the top and bottom switches for brightness controls, the beeper beeps. Incidentally the relays are connected to the same GPIO pins as the switch lights. Overall a good switch.

    07/23/2022
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  • Anonymous

    TX SERIES DOES NOT SUPPORT DIY MODE (still pretty hackable though)

    Let me say that again: THIS SWITCH DOES NOT SUPPORT DIY MODE. I confirmed with technical support and they say that DIY mode is not supported on the TX series. If you plan to do a no-solder mod… don’t get this switch.
    That said, if you are handy with a soldering iron, there are plenty of hints on the web on reflashing this with Tasmota or ESPhome. R19 is GPIO0 (to engage the bootloader), and you’ll probably want to use a pretty stout power supply while reflashing. Soldering isn’t actually required if you have some test hooks (or 6 arms), but you will likely have to lift the circuit board from the relay board. It’s not as easy as holding down the button for a few seconds to engage DIY mode, then uploading an ESPhome binary, but it’s close. I’ve got a dozen of these things now, if that gives you any sense for my opinion on their ease of use.
    Physically, this was easy to install. Good screw terminals that tightly grip the usual 14/2 home wiring, they’re labeled clearly, the quick start guide in the box is actually useful, and if you don’t mind delegating your lights to some far off web service , then you’ll probably have no issue with this. Even without the the eWeLink (or eeeeeewwww link) the touch buttons work.
    But you should reflash these with esphome and stand up a homeassistant instance – there’s no end of fun to be had this way.

    05/12/2022
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