|Item Weight||2.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||8.3 x 1 x 3.2 inches|
|Origin||Made in USA or Imported|
|Item model number||F5Z0340fcAPL|
|Number of Items||1|
|Item Display dimensions L x W x H||3.19 x 2.52 x 8.35 inches|
Belkin Wemo Home Automation Switch & Motion Sensor
- Turn Electronics on/off from Anywhere
- Motion Control your Lamp, never walk into a dark room again
- Get SMS or Email Notifications when movement is detected at home (powered by IFTTT.com)
- You've already got everything you need: WeMo works with your existing Wi-Fi router and any Apple iPod touch, iPhone, iPad - iOS v5 or higher
- Modular system. You can add additional WeMo Switches and WeMo Motion sensors easily, any time. Control as much or as little of your house as you want to
- Operates over Wi-Fi and mobile internet, at home and away
- Included: WeMo Motion and WeMo Switch : Electrical Rating 120V~/15A/60Hz/1800W
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From the Manufacturer
The Belkin WeMo Switch and WeMo Motion Kit gives you wireless control of your home appliances and electronics, turning devices of your choice on or off as soon as movement is detected. The sensor plugs into an outlet and detects motion up to 10 feet away. It then sends a wireless signal to the WeMo Switch to turn the connected device either on or off. Download the free WeMo app to any Apple device (iOS 5 or higher) to program a light to turn on when you walk into the house or a fan to turn off when you leave.
Free WeMo app lets you use any Apple device
(iOS 5 or higher) to set schedules for lights, TVs, appliances, and more. View larger.
Turn home electronics and appliances on or off
from your backyard. View larger.
WeMo Motion Turns Electronic Devices On/Off
The WeMo Switch and WeMo Motion Kit makes it easy to set schedules for home appliances and electronics and turn devices on and off remotely. The sensor detects movement up to 10 feet away and wirelessly signals the WeMo Switch to turn the connected device on or off, depending on your preference. The sensor's 6-foot cord lets you place it in the optimal position.
To get started, simply plug the sensor's A/C module into an outlet in your home and position the sensor. Next, plug the WeMo Switch into a separate outlet, and plug a device like a heater, fan, lamp, or stereo into the switch.
Next, download the free WeMo app from the Apple app store to your iPhone or iPad. Connect the sensor and switch to your home Wi-Fi network and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation.
Control Devices Using Your iPhone or iPad
You can use your iPhone or iPad to tell the sensor what to do, like have a heater turn off when you exit a room. You'll have wireless control wherever you go--the WeMo kit connects to mobile Internet networks so you can program the sensor to turn devices on or off even if you're away from home.
Set Schedules with WeMo App
The free WeMo app makes it easy to set schedules for appliances and electronics in your home. Use your iPhone or iPad to program a lamp to turn on or off at a certain time of day.
Add Multiple Switches and Motion Sensors for Increased Control
The WeMo kit is completely modular, allowing you to control as much or as little of your house as you like. You can add an additional WeMo Switch to provide control of more areas of your home. Additionally, multiple switches can be linked to one sensor--turn on a light and heater or a set of lights at the same time with only one sensor.
Warranty and Compatibility Information
The Belkin WeMo Switch and WeMo Motion Kit is compatible with Apple devices (iOS 5 and higher) and your existing Wi-Fi router. It is backed by a one-year limited warranty.
What's in the Box
Belkin WeMo Switch, WeMo Motion, and quick install guide.
When the sensor detects movement, it turns the device you've plugged into the control switch on/off.
Top Customer Reviews
I drop my expectation to just turning on/off the switch repeatedly. Guess what? It stops switching (long app delay) after 3 clicks. The control sometimes comes back after several (tens of) seconds, but not always. I repeat this on/off switching test and find the longest continual switching I can get it to work is 8. Granted that most folks don't do this but it shows the usability of the communication protocol (or lack of).
A normal use case would be starting the app and turn the switch to on/off. Again, the lag is unbearable. It doesn't show incorrect switch state. It just doesn't respond.
Taking picture to use as icon doesn't work either. It just shows white background.
Maybe all my issues are relating to old firmware. But firmware upgrade doesn't work. Any idea what to do except to return it?
It controls ONE light. One side plugs in between the light and the wall - this is called the switch. It can be operated via the iphone/ipad app on or off. The other thing is a sensor. It also plugs into the wall, but does not control a second light. Instead, the sensor monitors motion via the round can thing and reports that motion to the iphone/ipad app. The app allows you to set "rules" that turn on and off the switch based on movement or time of day. You can adjust the sensitivity of the sensor and the time the switch stays on after motion ceases. By having the switch and sensor separate, you can put the sensor at the bottom of a flight of stairs and the switch on a light at the top, so once you start up the stairs the light turns on.
You MUST have an iphone/ipad/itouch to use this. It is entirely dependent on the app.
The switch, once set up, actually works as intended.
The sensor seems to work well and has a decent range of motion.
It works even when traveling (you dont have to keep your iphone/ipad in the same wifi network).
It integrates with IFTTT, assuming you know what that is (google it - it is an "if this than that" service).
The set up can be problematic, not because of wifi issues, but because the app kept freezing on my ipad.
The sensor does not include a light sensor - allowing you to not turn on the light if it is already bright in the room.
The switch makes a loud click when it turns on or off.
There are much less expensive alternatives.
The switch does not allow dimming - it is on or off.Read more ›
Sorry guys not worth it :(
This is an expensive product that essentially turns on or off one outlet based on motion detection or remote control from an iDevice. The design of the product sucks up two full outlets, and in some cases can rob four. The device feels cheaply made. The installation is not as dirt dumb simple as the in box drawings led me to believe. All these things wouldn't be a big problem if the device did something useful and responded quickly. I've set this up to turn on a light in my finished basement. Instead of turning the light on the instant the motion detector sees me move, it takes a good few seconds to turn on the light. It also requires a fair amount of movement to activate - if I'm working on my computer in the room, every 15 minutes the light turns off.
I can see, however, somebody that is in love with home automation, and maybe invested in X10 technology, would absolutely adore this device. I'm pretty sure the price of admission for X10 is higher than this simple kit. I'm trying so hard to find a good use for this device, and frankly I'm coming up completely stumped in my house.
Installation requires some pretty twisted steps to work. First step is to download and install the WeMo app from the iTunes app store. There is no iPad version of the app - so this beautiful app is relegated to the 2X pixilated view on an iPad, a really big miss in my opinion.
Plug in the outlet side of the equation (the part that has a three prong outlet on it. Way easier said than done, plug it in.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really doesn't work at all. Trying to create rules and it actually did go to the screen on the app one time. Read morePublished 3 days ago by D. Karl
This product is buggy.The rules don't really work. It would turn on the lights without turning off. When you live chat with support, they would send you dumb answers that you... Read morePublished 1 month ago by The Gadget Freak
I thought WeMo was a great idea and jumped into it without researching first or reading what was said in the community. My mistake. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Rogers
Prior to latest update I would give 5 stars. I have 5 switches. When I'm connected inside the network the app finds the switches some of the time. Read morePublished 5 months ago by DaveB
I couldn't even get through the set-up process with these and after reading the reviews here thought I would just not waste my time since they didn't seemed to consistently work... Read morePublished 9 months ago by LKR
Bought several of these switches for use in my home. While the product idea is good it's operability is marginal. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Eric martin
This is a great solution when you don't have an overhead light in the room. It turns on automatically when you enter the room and turns off a few minutes after you exit. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Dennis H.