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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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Quote from oscarn8574 :
Can anyone recommend a smart switch that doesn't use neutral wire. I brought one a long time ago and I can't find it anywhere.
double post; but I recommend the inovelli dimmer, even if you have to hang a ballast resistor unit off of it.
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Electricity isn't that hard if you're careful and watch some YouTube videos. What people are talking about is how things might be wired in you're house. I'll go a step further and say if your house is so old to have outdated wiring, the box probably isn't going to fit a smart switch in the first place. You can switch it out for an old work box, but that might be more trouble than it's worth to you.
If you do go ahead with it. Get a contact less voltage detector for a few bucks before you even think about touching a wire.
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Dead.
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Quote from oscarn8574 :
Can anyone recommend a smart switch that doesn't use neutral wire. I brought one a long time ago and I can't find it anywhere.
Lutron Caseta switches don't need neutral. You need to use bulbs on the compatible list (without neutral, operating wattage goes through the light circuit which can cause issues with some bulbs).
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Dead. It's $21 now
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The NEC (National Electric Code) started requiring neutral in switches from 2011, mainly to accommodate smart switches like this. So anything built after 2011 will have it for sure. But even before that wiring practice was trending toward the line coming in to the switch first leading neutral to be present. But no guarantee. I am remodeling and rewiring my bathroom and the old wiring would not have worked with this.
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This might sound dumb, but can I use it in other countries?
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Quote from ishtiaq156 :
This might sound dumb, but can I use it in other countries?
if it's a country with electric running at 120VAC and 60Hz and smart switches are allowed by code.... probably.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mai...by_country
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Lutron caseta line of switches do not require a neutral... Yes you pay a TON more, but really nice with their 3 way options using their Pico remotes. I used a good bit of these in my 50s ranch, it has a lot of three way switches, honestly, couldn't be happier.

lutron also uses its own hub, so it doesn't relay on servers being active.

I love Eufy, but have been disappointed when their servers go down for maintenance, and cannot access my cameras on the fly.
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You can order pack of 4 for cheaper. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07R4MF...UTF8&psc=1
That's an entirely different brand. Eufy is actually reputable
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Quote from 3matthew3 :
Lutron caseta line of switches do not require a neutral... Yes you pay a TON more, but really nice with their 3 way options using their Pico remotes. I used a good bit of these in my 50s ranch, it has a lot of three way switches, honestly, couldn't be happier.

lutron also uses its own hub, so it doesn't relay on servers being active.

I love Eufy, but have been disappointed when their servers go down for maintenance, and cannot access my cameras on the fly.
Just to modify, it's their dimmer switches that do not require a neutral. Their regular light switches do require one.
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Thanks - they have a 2 pack for $13.99 [amazon.com]. Great price. Bought one.
I see only a 4-pack in your link, apart from the 1-pack. Where's the 2-pack? Can you post the correct link please?

A 2-pack for $13.99 would be a steal!
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Quote from stufine :
WTF are you talking about?
"knob and tube" is a 2 wiring system. A neutral, and a hot. No ground. go figure!
That's why they have outlets without the 3rd hole.. called a 2 prong outlet.
open your panel and look where the white and ground wires go
that's what i laugh about
I agree. But you and I KNOW what we're talking about. People on here posting that neutral usually PROVIDES 120, or that neutral 'provides' voltage so switches can still communicate when they're turned off. If you believe that is sound advice and theory, more power to you. Folks that don't understand electricity can be fooled into thinking they're safe doing something, when they AREN'T.
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A lot of reviews mentioning the switches die fast. 😬 I'm very happy with my Go su nd brand (had to break it up because that word was blocked?) smart wall switches, will probably buy more of those.
I found some of this brand on Amazon. Do you know if those still be able to flash tasmota? Do they have switch compatible with 3-way switch?
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Just to modify, it's their dimmer switches that do not require a neutral. Their regular light switches do require one.
The Lutron PD-5WS-DV-WH is an on/off that does NOT require a neutral. They make two different versions of the non dimmer. I personally have the dimmers.... (Got them for like $12 a few years ago during the Best Buy price matching fiasco)
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