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Belkin WeMo F7C027fcAPL (Discontinued by manufacturer)

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  • Turn electronics on or off from anywhere. Perfect for lamps and space heaters!
  • 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 Switch,Electrical Rating120V~/15A/60Hz/1800W
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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameWeMo
Item Weight5 ounces
Product Dimensions8.2 x 0.6 x 2.6 inches
Item model numberF7C027fcAPL
Number of Items1
Item Display dimensions L x W x H2.64 x 5.39 x 8.19 inches
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #4,745 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJune 15, 2012

Product Description

Product Description

The Belkin WeMo Switch, the iPhone Home Remote, works with the (free) WeMo app so you can turn electronics on or off from anywhere. A lamp, a fan, a heater, curling iron, stereo, you name it. If you can plug it in, you can control it with WeMo. You can turn your electronic devices on or off, you can even put them on a schedule. Perfect for Christmas lights during the holiday season. You’ll save time, and save money by conserving energy. WeMo uses your home Wi-Fi network, and also operates over mobile internet-so you can even control things while you’re away. WeMo is completely modular, allowing you to control as much or as little of your house as you like. WeMo is your home at your fingertips.

From the Manufacturer

The Belkin WeMo Switch lets you turn electronic devices on or off from anywhere inside--or outside--your home. The WeMo Switch uses your existing home Wi-Fi network to provide wireless control of TVs, lamps, stereos, and more. Simply download the free WeMo app, plug the switch into an outlet in your home, and plug any device into the switch. You'll be able to turn that device on or off using your iPhone or iPad. You can even set schedules for your devices and control them remotely using a mobile Internet connection. You can also add additional switches to your home to control more devices.

WeMo Switch
At a Glance:
  • Turn electronic devices on/off from anywhere
  • Set schedules for lamps, TVs, stereos, and more
  • Use with free WeMo app
  • Compatible with Apple devices iOS 5 and higher
  • Works with your existing home Wi-Fi network and mobile Internet
  • One-year limited warranty
Schedule your electronics to be turned on/off

Plug any appliance or electronic device into the WeMo Switch and turn it on/off remotely. View larger.

Free WeMo app for any Apple device

Set schedules for your electronics; turn them on or off when you want. View larger.

Turn Your Electronics On or Off from Anywhere

The Belkin WeMo Switch works with the free WeMo app to give you wireless control of your home appliances and electronics. Whether you want to turn on a light from your kitchen, front yard, or office, WeMo Switch has you covered.

To get started, simply download the free WeMo app from the Apple app store to your iPhone or iPad. Next, plug the WeMo Switch into an outlet in your home and plug any device or appliance into the switch. Connect the switch to your home Wi-Fi network and follow the onscreen instructions to complete the installation. Now you can turn your home electronics/appliances on or off from anywhere.

The switch also operates over mobile Internet, which means you can control home devices from anywhere you have an Internet connection.

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.

Modular System Allows For Multiple Configurations

WeMo is completely modular, allowing you to control as much or as little of your home as you like. You can add multiple switches to your home and turn them all on at once or program each one to turn on or off at certain times.

Belkin also offers the WeMo Switch and WeMo Motion Kit (sold separately) which includes a motion sensor and allows you to use the WeMo app to program a hallway light to turn on when movement is detected.

Warranty and Compatibility Information

The Belkin WeMo Switch 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

WeMo Switch and quick install guide.

Turn devices on/off remotely

Free WeMo app lets you use any Apple device (iOS 5 or higher)
to set schedules for lights, TVs, appliances, and more.

Customer Reviews

Then one day they just stopped working.
M. Smith
It does connect to my wifi network, and it reaches out to the internet, but it will not show up in the WeMo app.
Works great, easy set up and very handy!!
Jeremy Pea

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

414 of 439 people found the following review helpful By BigRedDog on July 9, 2012
Verified Purchase
Update: 8/26/13: Thanks for all the positive comments.
... Mac Address (update): I did want to note I purchased a couple more of these from Amazon, and they still have the wrong MAC address (see below). I know for a while Belkin had a page up that showed some have the right one and some have the wrong one, and how to tell which is which. I can no longer find the page on their site, so I assumed it was fixed. It's not.
... IFTT (update): You can now access more than one device from the website.
... Extended WiFi network (update): If you extend your WiFi network by using multiple WiFi devices setup with the same NetworkID and password (if you do this, you'll know who you are). Belkin has fixed the problem that you can't properly access your devices externally.
... Device Firmware Update: Belkin has fixed alot of things with their most recent firmware update. From easier updates, cleaner UI for setting up events, properly saving WiFi information, and perhaps most importantly, the devices are rarely hanging. That said, they still do hang and need to be manually reset. It is nice to see Belkin continues to support the product actively.
... to all who appreciated the review, thanks for the kind words. ;)

Update: 12/16/12: There have been several firmware updates since the product first came out. The device seems to hang less often now than when I noted below... on the order of once every 2 to 3 weeks.

Original review:
I should note, I have several IP Power Switch boxes. I use them for things like controlling my network, network devices and stereo devices. These work off of wired ethernet, and have many plugs on the back that are addressable.
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109 of 122 people found the following review helpful By imo on August 19, 2012
drops wifi way too often, and needs re-setting up each time so this really is not reliable or useful for essental security lighting or something that has to be shut off or on remotely, a little expensive, great idea if it actually worked, perhaps they will come out with one that works reliably, we had both sensor and just switch but both lost connection every 3 hours to 2 days or so, belkin service and tech support no help, returned without problems at the apple store, bad belkin, good apple store
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82 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Disgruntled on September 18, 2012
I'm glad I only bought one of these to try out, I would be happier if I had bought none. I wanted to use it to shut off power to an irrigation system on my ranch (200 miles away from home) when my wifi camera indicates that my cistern is running dry. The problem is that anytime the WEMO drops the Internet connection it turns itself off. It would make much more sense for it just to maintain its current state (off or on) until the connection is restored or make it an option for the user to select the behavior. This thing drops the connection with maddening frequency even when plugged in just several feet from the router. The other issue is that at least half of the time the software can't find the switch (compared to my wifi camera which is always available). When it does work it functions as advertised so I am sure it is all installed correctly. The problem is that it is totally unreliable. I would not recommend it to a friend (or enemy, just too cruel). Very dissatisfied.
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63 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Gordon Meyer on September 10, 2012
A great idea, horribly implemented. The switch drops off my Wi-Fi network 2 or 3 times a week. When this happens, you must repeat the setup process and it stops functioning until you do. Belkin tech support had no good answer, other than to change my Wi-Fi router. The other half-dozen devices in my home have no problem with my network, so I'm confident it's the piece of junk WeMo, not my router.

Think about it. The whole idea of this switch is so that you can control it when you're away from home. But if it consistently drops offline, what is it good for? That's right. Absolutely nothing. Save your money.

-- Update April 25, 2013 --

After many (too many to count) firmware updates, the WeMo switch is finally reliable for me. It's a shame that Belkin stained their reputation by releasing such a poor product, but I give them credit for eventually fixing it.
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36 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Joel E Andrews on December 28, 2012
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-----29 July 2013 Update-----

***Moving from 1 star to 3 in this latest review edit

Still running firmware WeMo_US_2.00.2062.PVT on the devices and they have been pretty stable since this firmware update in Febrary. The devices do still randomly reboot on occasion but it is very rare. I haven't had an issue with remote access since the latest firmware. Belkin updated IOS app to version 1.2.1 around 2 weeks ago but I haven't noticed any changes, I think they also have an andoid app out now but can't confirm this.

I believe you can now control multiple devices per IFTT account but since the initial limitations of one device I haven't tried again. I think IFTT has great possibility. I'm not sure if the initial limitation was because of Belkin coding or that of IFTT. I highly recommend trying it out if you have the Wemo devices

I think this is finally a release candidate. If they had left the beta tag on and charged a reduced rate they should now be able to charge retail for a finished product.

A few minor complaints still:

1.)No PC/MAC interface (I'd be happy with http/https) but would settle for a native application.
2.)IOS app refreshes and has to redraw the entire screen every 20 or 30 seconds. During this time the screen displays "looking for devices..." Visually this is annoying especially if your device is just inside your peripheral vision you see it flash pretty often. Design wise I'd like them to do the refresh in the background with no visual cue.
3.)Still no native iPad app. It's just annoying to run an iPhone app in scaled mode.

-----12 February 2013 Update-----

Update to WeMo_US_2.00.2062.PVT yesterday I had to do a full factory reset on all my devices to get them to display in my IOS 1.1.
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