Shelly Dimmer is Shelly’s new dimmer light control WiFi smart controller product released in November 2019.
Control the lighting at home, no matter where you are. Now you won’t be leaving the lights on and your home won’t welcome you in darkness. It can be used to turn on/off lights, use the dimmer feature for brightness control. With Shelly Dimmer, you can adjust the light according to your preference. Set appropriate lighting level that is best for reading, watching TV, having dinner, etc. You can also set weekly schedules: choose a time and set your hidden lighting to turn on/off or dim the light, or it will automatically follow the sunrise and sunset and can control your lighting accordingly.
On / off can also be switched by light dimmer control. Has a built-in power meter.
Shelly Dimmer has been designed for installation in a limited space, such as wall mounts, electrical control panels behind wall switches. Works with traditional on/off wall switches.
With Shelly Dimmer you can use incandescent and halogen lights: 10-220W, dimmable LED lights: 50-200VA / 10W – 200W or resistive-inductive loads: ferromagnetic transformers 50-150VA.
No HUB or gateway required – Connect Shelly Dimmer directly to your Wi-Fi at home. Can be controlled and managed from mobile phone app, web browser or from home automation systems via HTTP/UDP protokols. Shelly Dimmer can function as a standalone device, as an accessory to a home automation controller, or it may be used as another automation system’s component
Shelly Dimmer is compatible with Google Home/Google Assistant and Amazon Echo voice controls.
- Weekly schedules: choose a time and set your hidden lighting to turn on/off or dim the light.
- will automatically follow the sunrise and sunset and can control your lighting accordingly.
Internal temperature sensor for overheating protection.
If the PCB temperature goes above a danger level
for any reason, the device will turn off.
- The relay will turn off the circuit immediately
if it detects a consumption higher than
the defined over-power setting.
Shelly Dimmer comes with a programming/debug header which can be used to flash alternative firmware on the device. It has an ESP8266 inside, with a 4MB flash chip. A USB-to-UART adapter is needed as well as a reliable 3.3V with at least 350 mA drive capability.
The following diagram shows the device pinout: