Smart Ceiling Fan Control and Dimmer Light Switch, Neutral Wire Needed, Treatlife 2.4Ghz Single Pole Wi-Fi Fan and Light Switch Combo, Works with Alexa, Google Home and SmartThings, Remote Control

(3 customer reviews)
Operation ModeON-OFF
Current Rating10 Amps
Operating Voltage120 Volts
Contact TypeNormally Closed
Connector TypePlug In
BrandTREATLIFE
Switch StylePush Button
TerminalScrew
MaterialPlastic
Item Dimensions LxWxH1.97 x 3.54 x 5.12 inches
  • REQUIREMENTThe smart fan switch does not compatible with fans having built-in remote control system. Not use for exhaust fans and smart bulb. Max ceiling fan load of 1.5A (Offers 4 fan speeds control), max light load of 150W dimmable LED/CFL or 300W incandescent bulbs. 2.4G Wi-Fi only (NOT 5G), single-pole use only (NOT 3-way). Not work with multiple dimmers on a circuit.
  • EASY INSTALLATIONRequires neutral wire and separate load wires for fan & light- please confirm that the wiring in your home is compatible before purchasing the smart switch (older homes may not have neutral wires). No Hub required. No canopy module required. FCC certified. If you encounter any problems or have questions to ask please contact us first.
  • SMART BRIGHTNESS & FAN SPEED CONTROLThe smart light switch can adjust fan speed and dim your lights from anywhere with smartphone using the Smart Life App or Treatlife App. This 2In1 smart fan and light switch combo provides 4 fan speeds with smooth, flicker-free dimming(10%-100%)for increased comfort. Gentle On & Off Lighting for comfortable visual effect.
  • TIME SCHEDULECreate schedules to automatically turn the light and fan on/off with the preset brightness/speed at specific times, or set the light to turn on and off randomly when you are on vacation to trick potential intruders. More smart for Christmas decoration.
  • HANDS-FREE VOICE CONTROLForget reaching up to the pull chains. Works with Alexa and Google Assistant to conveniently control the light and fan with one simple voice command. Perfect for times when you enter a dark room or your hands are full.
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‎1 x ceiling fan control, 1 x 1 gang wallplate, 2 x screws, 4 x screw nuts

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‎2 years warranty

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‎1.97 x 3.54 x 5.12 inches

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Frequently asked question

I have two switches to control my fan and light on the fan. If I remove the light switch, can this unit control fan speed and light brightness?

Yes. That is exactly what I did. The instructions point out the wires providing power to each (fan and light). This unit simply provides a single box with a separate switch for each. The hot for the fan will go to the fan switch wire and the hot for the light will go to the light switch wire on the new switch. All of t… see more Yes. That is exactly what I did. The instructions point out the wires providing power to each (fan and light). This unit simply provides a single box with a separate switch for each. The hot for the fan will go to the fan switch wire and the hot for the light will go to the light switch wire on the new switch. All of the neutrals will tie together and then tie to the neutral on the new switch. The same for the ground. Keep in mind that for the fan, while the switch allows for 4 speed levels, those are within the current fan speed setting. It doesn't take over the 3 speed options on your fan. Hope that makes sense.

How do I remove/bypass the remote module on a Hunter fan? Where is it located?

Depending on the model of Hunter fan, the receiver is usually located under the cover right up against to the ceiling. Sometimes, there is also a decorative collar you need to gently push down to get at the actual mounting screws. Typically there’s three screws then you twist it off ceiling Mount. . Note- cut off all … see more Depending on the model of Hunter fan, the receiver is usually located under the cover right up against to the ceiling. Sometimes, there is also a decorative collar you need to gently push down to get at the actual mounting screws. Typically there’s three screws then you twist it off ceiling Mount. . Note- cut off all power and have two people to do this because when you twist off the cover, the entire fan will drop- don’t let it! . Have a short, strong piece of wire handy to hang the fan onto the ceiling bracket temporarily with enough room to do the rewiring. Also, note how it is wired- typically black/white is the light, black is the fan, white neutral and green is ground. Verify first before disconnecting receiver module. You’re going to wire directly from your house wires into these wires and completely remove the receiver. You have to have four wires coming in- one for fan load, one for light load, a neutral and a ground. For example, connect red to fan, black to lights and green (or bare) to green and white to white. Then, remember this for installing your TreatLife switch. Chances are your red wire wasn’t originally hooked up to anything - either in the fan housing or your switch box because it’s not really needed when using a receiver.

I have a fan with no light and can lights in my room. Will this work with that setup?

If the wiring for the can lights are in the same junction box, I don't see why not. You would just have to wire them to the correct wire.

My fan has a litex wci-100 wall switch which i think means the fan has a receiver in it. can this replace the litex wall switch without rewiring fan?

I don’t know that specific number however I can speak to how my situation was ......my fan had a receiver in it with the switch on the wall . I had to take the receiver out of the fan and then hook up the wires the way they were before the receiver was put in. then hooked up the wires in the switch box for the new swi… see more I don’t know that specific number however I can speak to how my situation was ......my fan had a receiver in it with the switch on the wall . I had to take the receiver out of the fan and then hook up the wires the way they were before the receiver was put in. then hooked up the wires in the switch box for the new switch per directions in the box.....everything worked great. The hardest part was putting the fan wires back the way they were before the old receiver was put in

3 reviews for Smart Ceiling Fan Control and Dimmer Light Switch, Neutral Wire Needed, Treatlife 2.4Ghz Single Pole Wi-Fi Fan and Light Switch Combo, Works with Alexa, Google Home and SmartThings, Remote Control

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  • Anonymous

    I've been waiting for one of these for years! Works great, why did it take so long! 5 Stars

    Why did it take so long for one of these to come on the market? This product is awesome, I will be getting more.

    This is exactly what I wanted. For some reason my builder forgot to install the in-housing fan controller which would allow me to controller via a physical remote my fan.

    That was over two years ago, and when I decided to replace some of my light switches in my house I looked around to see if maybe there was a wireless dimmer for a fan. Well look what I finally found and it works great.

    On the back of the switch are multiple wires.
    You have the following colored wires:
    Green for ground (Usually connect directly to your bare copper wire)
    Black for line (Hot wire with voltage)
    White for neutral (These are common in newer homes and you need it)
    Yellow for the (Fan Load)
    Red for the (Light Load)
    I remember Line and Load like this (Line Hot, Load Not, meaning the Line = Hot = Voltage!)

    I didn’t use the Red wire as I have can lights in my rooms and we removed the light houses from our fans. I use this fan dimmer specifically to turn on and off the fan and utilize the 4 speed functions my fan has.

    I believe Treatlife has an app in both Apple or Google app store, but I would recommend searching for Smart Life APP, which it also says to do in their instructions. I use some of their other 1 pole switches which you can see in the photos. I’ve changed the default icon, but left the default for the fan switch. I’m looking for a fan image to assign to it or I’ll download one from the internet and pick it from my phone’s gallery.

    Connecting it is fairly simple. Launch the Smart Life APP and connect to a 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi network inside of the app. It will not work with 5Ghz and once your switch is installed and powered on it will flash. Then click to add a Wi-Fi switch in the Smart Life App. Within 10 seconds it should see the device. I suggest only having one device in pairing mode at a time, otherwise it could cause you troubleshooting issues. The device should pair quickly, you’ll see the device and the you can rename it and setup timers etc.

    On the switch itself, when you turn on or off the fan you will see the LEDs light all the way up and the go back down to the current fan speed level.

    You can utilize the timer function to automatically turn on and off the fan at specific times, and you can configure it to work with both Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. I use Alexa, and configured the Skill to enable me to tell Alexa to turn on or off the fan.

    Overall, nothing better than being able to use my phone to control my wireless lights and now fan. You can also go to the physical switch on the wall to control the fan speed or light dimmer.

    5 Stars and the product itself is very well made. I’ve heard people in older homes might have a very tight fit due to the size of the boxes in older homes. My house was built in 2018, and I had no issue with these switches. It’s a tight fit due to all the wires, but just bend them out of the way and you should be fine.

    07/14/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Combines 2 switches into one. So far the best option I've found for smart fan control.

    Replaced a Sonoff iFan03 with the Treatlife DS03 (this product) and the Treatlife DS03 is superior in nearly every way. I’ll contrast it with that in my review as I think that’s the best way to explain it. Had I started with this solution, things would have gone much smoother.

    First off, like a lot of other ‘smart’ fan controllers, the Sonoff iFan03 has no control at the wallplate. Adding to that, it can’t even be controlled smart if you leave a switch connected and it’s off. These issues led me to look for a better option. The Treatlife DS03 has full control at the wallplate and app for both light and fan functions.

    iFan03 has no dimmer support on the light. If you want dimming functions, you have to use a separate switch. The DS03 has this built in. I can’t think of anything else I’d really want in a smart fan switch.

    The only cons that I could possible come up with for this product are:
    * Since this is 2 switches and the smart brains all in one, The DS03 is a chonky boy and requires a bit of work to get it to set right in the wall box. If I was putting this in a more crowded box, I would have to use something other than the included spin on wire caps. The upside vs the iFan03 is all the wiring can be done at ground level because there’s no way the iFan03 is fitting in a wall box (it doesn’t even fit in some fan’s ceiling boxes)
    * If you are replacing 2 switches in a double gang box, you’ll need an aftermarket switchplate or a 2 gang decora with a blank insert. It’s very difficult to find 2 gang centered decora but kyleswitchplates.com has them. Treatlife includes a screwless, oversized, single gang plate though which would look great if I was using a single gang box.

    Neither of those are dealbreakers by any means and are more specific to my install than the product itself.

    NOTE: Both devices run on the tywe3s chip and can run Tasmota but the DS03 doesn’t appear to like tuya-convert so soldering or a jig will be needed if they don’t find a way to get 3rd party OTA working for it.

    Edit: I now have 3 of these all running tasmota 8.5 all required soldering to flash. I’ve now installed Kyleswitchplates SPJCV-E (probably should have used the light almond one though.

    05/08/2022
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  • Anonymous

    Finally! Been waiting for this type of switch for years!

    I have a ceiling fan with light in every bedroom in the house. We have the classic dual slider switch (1 for fan, 1 for light) in every room also. Well, I have slowly been making our dumb house ‘smart’ with the addition of google assistants, smart switches, bulbs…etc… I can’t tell you how long and hard I’ve searched for a WiFi smart switch that controls both the fan AND light in a single switch…they just don’t make them! None of the big brands do. I find this extremely odd when most ceiling fans have both a fan and a light. Then all of a sudden I stumble across this and I couldn’t believe it! Someone finally did it!! I ordered immediately. Installed it within 20 min of Amazon dropping it off at my doorstep. It was super easy to install and even easier to pair with the Smart Life app. Note, there is also a TreatLife app you can pair it with but, as far as I can tell, TreatLife app has no integration with Google Home app. After setting it up I can control the light from the switch on the wall, from the SmartLife app, from the Google Home app, or from voice control to my Google Home speaker. And it works every time!

    There is one issue I have with it though and no way to know if it’s with the switch, the SmartLife app, or the Google Home app. Within the Google Home app the fan switch shows up as just a switch (on/off) no way to control the speed. I can ask google to change the speed via voice command BUT only 3 speeds. Within the SmartLife app there are 4 speeds. So again, very small gripe for such a perfect product and one that I’m sure is just a software/firmware update somewhere. Thanks for the amazing product TreatLife!

    04/20/2022
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