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  • 07/07/2021

    Really practical and very functional works in Fr and in Wifi fits well in a home automation installation no change to provide neutral wireless walk just to place the capacitance between the two wires anyone can install it so that it is easy not to forget to cut the current before.

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  • 11/05/2021

    A csomagolás lehetett volna jobb, de túlélte a szállítást. Címre kértem, de átvételi pontra érkezett ez nem könnyítette meg az átvételt. A készülék egyenlőre jól működik. Könnyen dolgozik együtt a Google Assistanttal.

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  • 06/09/2021

    Very good product I recommend I start to install it little by little throughout the house very easy to install and use.

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  • 05/05/2021

    Thanks.Arrived safely.

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  • 31/10/2021

    Worked for only 10 minutes and then completely died. I don't recommend to buy it.

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  • 08/04/2020

    Got a different pcb than the previous comment that showed the different pads to solder to flash the firmware. I could easily flash the switch with the rx/tx/gpio0 pins accessible at the front and 5V power via the pins already present at the back. Used the same esphome config as a sonoff touch wall switch. Switch works perfectly.

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  • 05/02/2020

    It works as described. You need to put capacitor in parallel with the lamp as described. It works also with my google home mini, so I can control it with voice. :-)

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  • 10/03/2020

    Good product. I could install Tasmota on it. You need to connect to the pads above the chipset. The pinout is from left to right TX, RX, GND, VCC, GPIO0 (see picture attached). When you power on the device you need to connect GPIO0 to GND in order to start the programming mode. I selected "Sonoff Dual R2" in the Tasmota configuration and I see that it works without issues.

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  • 22/02/2020

    Works very good with ESPHome (just took some effort to flash as pins are not marked). Very silent and responsive. Capacitor really small compared to T4 one. Two of them doesn't fit in normal JB setup.

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  • 29/07/2020

    These work really well. Flashable with Tasmota. Just be careful of the pads for the headers, the solder can easily come off when removing the link cables. Best to use a solder pump and very little pressure.

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