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I was looking into these.

Are they UL certified? Couldn't find it in the product description...
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believe the answer is no from prev thread

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I was looking into these.

Are they UL certified? Couldn't find it in the product description...
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Per specs "The maximum electric current is 2A." Other brands of smart switches have generally 10A to 12A rating.
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I brought them and returned them because they do not have a ground wire.
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Also non-Dimmable...
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I brought them and returned them because they do not have a ground wire.
Where did you bring them from?
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I brought them and returned them because they do not have a ground wire.
ground or neutral?
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bought one last time from Amazon for the same price, very satisfied
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Per specs "The maximum electric current is 2A." Other brands of smart switches have generally 10A to 12A rating.
Confused.. I'm assuming 2A is maximum draw of the device itself, and 10-12A would be the amount of current being switched since most lines in a house are 15A max rated?
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ground or neutral?
What is the neutral wire for? I realized that I didn't have the neutral wire so I connected that to the ground wire. This setup is working for me.
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What is the neutral wire for? I realized that I didn't have the neutral wire so I connected that to the ground wire. This setup is working for me.
I have this same exact question since I want to install smart light switches but live in an old house where there is no neutral wire in the switch box (I think this is called a switch loop). I have a bunch of wifi switches from our old house that I want to install but don't know if it is safe without a neutral wire...
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My suggestion to everyone is to buy the same brand for every switch in your home. So unless you plan to buy this switch for every one in your home, don't get it. Having multiple brands gets old really quick, can tell you from experience.
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I bought couple of these from last deal. Super easy to install as long as you know which switch is the main one. App is easy, set up is easy, WiFi hasn't dropped. You do need to have neutral wires. The only thing i don't like is it sounds hollow/cheap when you physically click them and it's loud when it switches on and off. Overall for the price, I can't complain.

We have 4 different brands all mesh together. It doesn't matter what brands you use as long as you don't mind setting up using their respective apps. Once set up, everything can be controlled with Echo or Google. I don't ever have to use their app again unless I want to set up schedules. Hope this helps.

TDLR: buy them at this price for 3 ways cheap switch.
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My suggestion to everyone is to buy the same brand for every switch in your home. So unless you plan to buy this switch for every one in your home, don't get it. Having multiple brands gets old really quick, can tell you from experience.
I do t think it's a big deal. I have a few brands, but since I generally control everything via Alexa, and not the individual apps, it doesn't really make a difference.
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