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  • Three modes - Schedule, Timer, and Away - provide customized illumination for any situation.
  • Compatibility with Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant means turning on the lights is effortless, even when your hands are full. (Alexa and Google Assistant devices sold separately.)
  • Whether you're at home or away, control the lights from your smartphone or tablet with the EufyHome app.(2.4GHz Wi-Fi network support only.)
  • Flame-retardant UL V0-rated casing deters fire gives complete peace-of-mind.
  • What you get: eufy Smart Switch (5.02 x 3.31 x 1.71 in), User Manual, Safety Instruction Card, Happy Card and our worry-free 18-month warranty.
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how does it compare to kasa smart switch?
Unlike Kasa, It doesn't work with SmartThings
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I love my Kasa setup as they have the function for dusk to dawn, I have three of these for outside lights as I didn't want o buy outdoor rated smart bulbs. Kasa switch allows a click of a button to set the switch up for a dual to dawn, I no longer have to recall to turn on and off the lights.

I don't see the eufy having this feature yet. Being newer doesn't mean they won't add it sooner or later
These are actually from 2017
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How would one check? I know I have grounds on all mine, always assumed that was what neutral meant.
Usually, hot wire is black, neutral wire is white, and ground wire is green or bare copper (on the inside, all three wires are copper wires).

What follows below is personal gibberish that attempts to explain the role of hot and neutral wires. One should verify its accuracy elsewhere before accepting its content:

In a hypothetical circuit containing just an electricity source and an appliance, one of the two wires connecting the source to the appliance is called hot, and the other is called neutral.

As I understand it, the hot wire is the one that carries electric potential, which means that if you were to touch it while connected to ground, you will be electrocuted. On the other hand, I'm unclear about what happens when you touch the neutral while remaining connected to the ground. I don't understand alternating current or electricity in general, so I just assume that I'd be electrocuted this way too.

Finally, I think houses built after the 2000s should all have neutral wires, but once again, I am unsure of this claim (the actual cutoff date might be earlier than the 2000s). My house is built around 2007, so if your house is built after that, you most likely have a neutral wire.
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Can I get this to work with HomeKit via Homebridge?
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Can I get this to work with HomeKit via Homebridge?
Would love to know also.
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You can order pack of 4 for cheaper. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R4MF...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]
I am afraid the design & function quality lacks.
• bezel design not clean as Eufy
• no circular LED light on switch like Eufy
• no reset, start buttons like Eufy

However, Eufy is not compatible with SmartThings.
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I have these. They aren't bad but they don't work with if this than that. I'd like to set my outdoor lights to come on at sunset and off at sunrise. I end up having to use the app to change the times every couple of months.
Can easily be done through Alexa routine
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Neutral and ground *should* both terminate on a ground bar in the breaker box. It is technically possible for grounds to go e
elsewhere.

I recently installed Feit smart dimmers and there is a huge leak size that I cannot turn off my chandeliers anymore. In fact the light level at 1% dim is less than the OFF setting. Do these also have the same leak? Feit said it is due to the lights on the front of the dimmer and I should return them and buy another brand or install an incandescent bulb even though they are advertised as LED compatible.
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I have these. They aren't bad but they don't work with if this than that. I'd like to set my outdoor lights to come on at sunset and off at sunrise. I end up having to use the app to change the times every couple of months.
Combined with Alexa's Routines, you can schedule by sunrise/sunset.
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Is lack of ground common in modern homes, or just older homes?
What are you talking about?? No home lacks ground wiring - that's not how electricity works. If you're asking questions like these, best leave electrical work to professionals before you electrocute yourself or start a fire...
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Neutral and ground *should* both terminate on a ground bar in the breaker box. It is technically possible for grounds to go e
elsewhere.

I recently installed Feit smart dimmers and there is a huge leak size that I cannot turn off my chandeliers anymore. In fact the light level at 1% dim is less than the OFF setting. Do these also have the same leak? Feit said it is due to the lights on the front of the dimmer and I should return them and buy another brand or install an incandescent bulb even though they are advertised as LED compatible.
You can get a bypass from Aeotec that should fix the light leak issue
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How would one check? I know I have grounds on all mine, always assumed that was what neutral meant.
No. Ground is bare copper or green. Neutral is white.. in newer construction even though switches don't utilize the neutral it is required to have one in the electrical box for situations like this
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How would one check? I know I have grounds on all mine, always assumed that was what neutral meant.
Neutral wires are white and usually capped off/tucked away in the box when not used.

EDIT for clarification: They lead back to the breaker to allow for a complete circuit vs a ground wire that dumps the electricity to the ground. When connected, a neutral wire allows the connected switch to have a steady 120V supply even when it is off. Without it, the switch only has power when it is in the on position. Unless your home is older (pre 1980s), it most likely has neutral wires. If your home was built after 2011, it's guaranteed to have them due to federal mandates.
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Is lack of ground common in modern homes, or just older homes?
No house regardless of how old the house is doesn't have a ground. Old houses use to back wrap the ground but it's there by the connector if you check.
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Older. I think the general rule is if your house was built or rewired in the 80s, you should have wiring with neutrals. My house (built in 40s) has a combination.
Most of my switches have neutral but our sink light unfortunately doesn't. Was annoyed to find that out. Wonder why. 🧐
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