Shelly 1 is one of the smallest, open source, WiFi-equipped device to smart control circuits. Due to its small size you can built it in behind a power socket / light switch just like a standard light switch or into an electrical cabinet. DIN-rail compatible and can be built-in to any electrical cabinets.
Building Shelly 1 behind them you can control lights by keeping your existant switches and monitor their status (turned ON / OFF).
Capable for alternative and cross-switch functioning.
- set schedules of turning ON / OFF to any weekdays
- supports schedules adjusted to dawn/dusk
Mongoose OS-based, free Cloud service and smartphone app of the manufacturer is also available.
Built-in web-server, configurable from web-interface via local network. LAN-compatible, controllable via local network without Shelly Cloud and Internet access. Supports MQTT.
Compatible with Google Home and Amazon Echo voice control.
The device operates with a ESP8266 based control, firmware can be modified as you want through the built-in pin-bus (Sonoff-Tasmota, ESPEasy, ESPurna e.g.), can be integrated easily with own automatization server.
Like other smart switches this device has to be connected to phase wire and neutral wire too.
Power supply: 110-265V, 50/60Hz AC, 12V DC, 24 – 48V DC
Peak output: 3500W / 16A