|Current Rating||20 Amps|
|Operating Voltage||120 Volts|
|Contact Type||Normally Open|
|Switch Style||Dimmer Switch|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1.72 x 1.77 x 4.13 inches|
|Circuit Type||3-way, 4-way|
|Mounting Type||Wall Mount|
|Actuator Type||Push Button|
|International Protection Rating||IP00|
|Number of Positions||2|
|Lower Temperature Rating||32 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Upper Temperature Rating||104 Degrees Fahrenheit|
|Controller Type||Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Android|
|Connectivity Protocol||Bluetooth, Wi-Fi|
|Unit Count||1.0 Count|
|Number of Items||1|
|Item Weight||4.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.72 x 1.77 x 4.13 inches|
|Item model number||IDEV0009|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||1 iDevices Dimmer Switch, Wiring Nuts, iDevices Dimmer Switch Install Guide|
|Warranty Description||Limited 2 Year|
iDevices Dimmer Switch - Wi-Fi enabled smart dimmer switch; Works with Alexa, Siri, & the Google Assistant; Single pole, 3- & 4-way , White - IDEV0009
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|Current Rating||20 Amps|
|Operating Voltage||120 Volts|
|Contact Type||Normally Open|
|Switch Style||Dimmer Switch|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||1.72 x 1.77 x 4.13 inches|
|Circuit Type||3-way, 4-way|
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- VOICE CONTROL: Responds to Alexa, Siri, and Google Assistant voice commands (voice assistant sold separately)
- ACCESS ANYWHERE: Control your home's lighting from anywhere using any iOS/Android device and the iDevices Connected app, no hub or additional hardware required (not compatible with ceiling fans or ceiling fan lights)
- SEAMLESS CONTROL: Dimmer Switch works in single pole, 3- and 4-way setups. In 3- and 4-way setups, all secondary switches must also be iDevices Dimmer Switches, which pair via Bluetooth for a simple and seamless connection. Bluetooth connection distance varies based on environmental factors - visit the iDevices support portal for more information
- WORKS WITH IFTTT: Do even more with Dimmer Switch by connecting to hundreds of apps and web services for whole home automation
- 2-YEAR WARRANTY : Backed by a 2-year limited and U. S. -based customer experience team
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Make the everyday things in your home extraordinary with iDevices
Use your voice
Dim and control your home's lighting with Siri, Alexa, or the Google Assistant - no hub necessary.
Dimmer Switch installs directly into your home's existing lighting system and works in single pole, 3- and 4-way setups.
Streamline your routine
Create schedules and automations that simplify your daily routine, and make subtle lighting adjustments or turn lights on/off from anywhere using the iDevices Connected app.
Add dimming control anywhere
Looking for more switched control? Pair up to two wireless iDevices Instant Switches (sold separately) with any single-pole Dimmer Switch for more control and fewer holes in your walls. Instant Switch has a dimming feature.
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iDevices Dimmer Switch Requirements.
- Home Wi-Fi Network
- Free iDevices Connected app
- HomeKit requires an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch with iOS 8.1 or later
- If you have an Apple TV, iPad, or HomePod, you can use Siri voice commands when you're away from home
- Supports Android devices with 4.3 or later
iDevices Connected App
Everything you love about your home, in one app
Connecting your home shouldn't be intimidating. The iDevices Connected app takes out the stress and makes it as simple as possible to control your home from anywhere.
- Control any HomeKit compatible product
- Create custom schedules & scenes
- Customizable to your routine
- Access & control from anywhere
- Available on the App Store or Google Play
- In 3 and 4-way setups, all switches must be a iDevices Dimmer Switch
- For use in U.S. and Canada only
- 120VAC line and neutral wire required
The iDevices Dimmer Switch gives you the ability to evolve any standard light switch into a smart dimmer switch and and control the power or dim settings of your home’s lighting. With Dimmer Switch, you can control your lighting with voice commands through Siri, Alexa or the Google assistant, creating unparalleled flexibility anywhere in your home. Use the free iDevices connected app to create schedules based on your daily routine, and to group products into ‘scenes’. For example, “Goodnight Siri” will allow you to dim or turn off your lights in your home as you're ready for bed. Tech specs: input/output: 120Vac, 60Hz/120AC, 60Hz CFL/LED: 150W incandescent/halogen: 400W
Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2018
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Compatible with Apple Homekit, Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and IFTTT
Fairly Easy Installlation - Great Instructions on iDevice Website including videos for installation.
Reliable after power outage or loss of wifi
iDevice App does not specifically require HomeHub.
Size - Switch is rather deep so sometimes getting it into wall boxes might be a problem if there are a lot of wires.
Feel - Rocker switch feels slightly soft and “plastic” when depressing and doesn’t give a solid feeling when depressing compared to traditional rocker switch
Hi - I currently own 5 of the iDevice Wifi Smart Dimmer Switches and Have Been Using them for over 2 months. I have 2 pair of 3-way installations, and a single pole setup. I’ve bought these switches through a couple of different vendors depending on which site would give best deal at the time of purchase.
Setup - I installed all switches myself. You must have a neutral wire contained within your wall box — many older houses do not have a neutral wire so I would check your box prior to purchasing this switch (or any smart switch since they all seem to need this requirement). I would also watch a few videos of the installation found on the iDevice Website or through an internet search since installing the three way switches can be a little bit tricky. My wires unfortunately were not the traditional white, black, green, red color — so you might have to spend some time looking at your current setup to determine the line (typically black) and load (typically red) lines. Unlike most of the other 3 way switches I’ve installed, purchasing two of these switches for a 3-way setup does not require a traveler wire. The two switches communicate to each other through bluetooth. My switches are located fairly close to one another so I haven’t had any problem with the range of the bluetooth connection or interference from other devices. I’ve lost power to the house and router several times and they all seem to come up and recognized by the control software after a few minutes after a power or wifi signal loss. I’ve been pleasantly surprised with their reliability from recovering from a power loss. Once switches are installed the addition to homekit was very easy and it was very easy initially to control these switches through the iDevice mobile app. The firmware to the lights is able to be downloaded and installed through the app and this process was very fairly easy. I would be hesitant to use these switches for remote control if the wifi signal is shoddy, or the switches were located far away from the wireless router/access point since communication between the switches and mobile apps may not be reliable.
Build and Quality - There is an LED contained in the center of the rocker switch. The color can be customized and it could also be turned off completely if not wanted. The rocker portion of the switch works like a traditional rocker, however the sensation when pressing the rocker is soft and kind of “plastic-like” unlike the firm feel of a traditional switch. I could imagine this being a problem if the physical switch is used commonly. There is also a small delay after hitting the rocker and the light turning on/off . It doesn’t seem to be as quick as with a traditional switch.
Concerns - When researching various smart switches on the market, I wanted a switch that would be compatible with the 3 major vendors currently in the home automation market (Apple Homekit, Amazon Alexa and Google Home). Most of the other smart switches I found were compatible with one or two of these vendors but not all three. I still have some concern about the future not knowing if any or all of these vendors will completely drop out of the home automation market in the future. I suppose this concern is relevant to all “smart switch” setups. I wanted switches to have as broad of support as possible to try to “future-proof” the switches. The switches can also be controlled through the iDevice mobile app, however grouping of lights and scenes are not as easy as when combined with a complete automation program.
Home Automation integration - I personally elected to set these switches up with the Apple Homekit program. I do have some privacy concerns with all the home automation companies, but given the available information, I felt Apple’s was the least intrusive. If integrating with Apple’s Homekit, a home hub device is required. Choices for a home hub include an iPad, Apple TV or HomePod. I want to stress a home hub is not required to run these devices at all if not integrating with Apple HomeKit (iDevice infact makes a point of this since you can monitor the status of the switches remotely from any location using iDevice mobile app).
Additional thoughts on Automating these switches - Prior to setting up the switches with HomeKit, I used the scheduling app contained within the iDevice mobile app. I wanted my exterior lights to be turned on at sunset and turned off at sunrise. Unfortunately the iDevice scheduling app could only turn the lights on/off at a specific time and not at sunrise/sunset. IFTTT (If This Then That) is another option I tried. I was able to find sunrise/sunset IFTTT routines which were already written so setting up IFTTT really required me only to download the app on my mobile device, add my switches, download the sunrise and sunset routines and then activate the routines. Unfortunately I didn’t have the best of luck with IFTTT. I’d estimate 60% of the time everything worked as planned, but the other 40% I would get errors such as device is unreachable, or unknown error. Despite trying to research and debug these errors, I never really found a solution. After IFTTT, I moved on to Apple Homekit. Setup was slightly easier than IFTTT (particularly if you own an iPhone), but Apple requires a homehub. I’m currently using an old iPad as the home hub. This is mostly reliable if you keep the iPad constantly plugged in so it doesn’t lose power. The only other major glitch I’ve found is if there is a power outage that occurs prior to the the “sunset” period, the sunset routine will not be run after power is restored in the event of a power loss.
Networking Considerations - I haven’t tested the bandwidth consumed by the switches although I’ve considered placing the switches on their own separate VLAN. If you had a setup with a lot of iDevice switches, available IP addresses may become a concern unless the pool of available IP addresses is increased at the router level or the switches are moved to their own separate VLAN. Manual assignment of switch IP address is not possible within the iDevice software. If you desire a fixed IP address for each switch, this can only be done through the router software where a static IP address is given based on MAC address. If running a very restrictive firewall on your router, you may need to check what ports need to be opened. I’m running pfSense as my router software and I didn’t actually need to open any ports or modify the firewall in anyway for the iDevice software to work.
General Impression - Overall very pleased with the performance and operation of the switches however still concerned about the changes that could occur in the future with the home automation field. Given the higher price of these switches, it would be very costly to replace all the switches for the next “better and greater” home automation switch.
There is another warning in the installation that says: ” Air Gap Switch: Pull air gap switch out to disconnect the power when replacing light bulbs”. My Lutron switches have the same warning, but in much finer print, so I think UL just forces manufactures to have this air gap switch, and warning. I've never had a problem just replacing a light bulb, on any dimmer, without adjusting this air gap switch.
The installation is pretty quick and painless for a single pole installation. With the included documentation, I believe most anyone can install this dimmer with little to no issues. Installation of a 3 way is a bit more tricky as the coloring of the wiring in the documentation may not be the same as in your house, but the description of what to do is spot on in the installation manual. So, if you follow the description in the manual, you should be good. But I would suggest hiring an electrician if working with electricity is not something you are comfortable with.
I installed this dimmer in a 3 way configuration in the hallway. For a 3 way, both switches need to be an iDevices dimmer switch. This is because the switches speak to each other over Bluetooth and do not use the traveler wires. One switch is the master and the other one is a slave. If you dim/ turn on/off the light from the slave, then the slave sends that information to the master so that both are in sync as to what state the lights are in and vice versa. If you have a 4 way, then all 3 switches need to be an iDevices dimmer switch. One issue I ran into was that the switches kept disconnecting from my Wi-Fi. It turned out that the hallway that I installed the switch in was not getting a strong enough signal from my router. I figured this out by going to the switch, in the iDevices app, then hit Edit button. From there, you can see the Wi-Fi RSSI status, which tells you the signal strength the dimmer switch has. If you ever install a Ring Doorbell, this is very similar to the RSSI value they show for the doorbell. In any case, I bought a newer, more powerful NetGear router and now everything works great.
Also, once installed, you can set the dimming levels for the type of lights the dimmer is controlling. The dimmer can control, LED, CFL, and incandescent, lights. Some LEDs will blink, strobe, or buzz, if they are dimmed too low or too high. So setting the min and max dimming levels helps set the preferred operating levels of the lights so that they do not blink, buzz, etc. If the switch needs to be rebooted, there is a button, on the exterior of the switch, that can be pushed to reboot it.
Each switch also has a night light, that can be controlled separately, like all the other iDevices products. Amazon Alexa also works great. If you have any of the other iDevices products, setting up Alexa to work with this switch follows the same paradigm. The one big negative is that the switch costs $100. However, for the price, the user gets a switch that can be placed in a 3 way, 4, way, or N way configuration with relative ease. Also, you get to control the switch from outside your home, without the need of an Apple TV. But again, with that said, the $100 price tag is not insignificant. If you do the math, and buy 3 or 4 of these switches, then the difference between the iDevices solution and going with a cheaper manufacturer, and using a hub, becomes close to equal. So some financial due diligence to check the breakeven point among all these solutions, with and without a hub, will have to be done based on how many of these switches that need to be installed.
For instance, I also have the Lutron product. It works very well and it's very stable. For the 4 years I have owned the Lutron hub and their lights, I can't remember a time where it was not stable. However, the Lutron dimmer switches do not remember their state once they are turned off and back on. So, if you set a dimmer level of 40%, turn the lights off, and back on again, the lights come back on at 100%. With the iDevices product, they remember the last dimming setting once they are turned off and turned back on. So, even though the cost of adding a dimmer switch is cheaper, with Lutron, once you have the hub, the desired user experience is not there and drives my wife crazy. So, in addition to price, the desired user experience should be taken into account. There are other less expensive solutions like the KooGeek, but there are only single pole solutions. Leviton is great, but they don't support Amazon Alexa on their Homekit switches, which is huge requirement for me. Although they do support Alexa on their non-Homekit switches. Also, for the Leviton, I would need to buy an Apple TV, 4th edition of better, or keep an iPad configured as a hub, at home, to get remote access to the switches when I'm not home, while iDevices supplies remote access for all their products without needing any other hardware.
So, for my use, I'll probably swallow that high priced pill and get a few more iDevices dimmers. But if you don't need remote access, or Alexa support, the KooGeek and Levitron products are great products. Lutron is also great if you don't mind that they don't remember the last dimming setting once they are turned off and back on. All in all, besides the high price, the iDevices dimmer switch dims lights very smoothly and works very well.
if I use Alexa to turn off an iDevices Dimmer switch, that was dimmed at 50%, and turn it back on again, the light comes on at 50%. So it appears that even Alexa respects the last dimming setting for iDevices products. Trying the same thing on a Lutron Switch, the light comes back on at 100%. Therefore, Lutron's Alexa skill also does not respect the last dimming setting.
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pero ya conseguí otro de otra marca a mejor precio.
la devolución salio bien
no me lo cambiaron porque fue relámpago que pena porque si quería probar la marca, pero gracias eso conseguí una marca de un precio mas accesible y no tan cara.
para los que lo quieran como OJO, se requiere cable de tierra para que funcione.
Connectivity was easy as well, the instructions are quite minimalist so it took me a few minutes to figure out the hidden button at the bottom and the flap at the top where the code is, once found though the whole process went by smoothly and easily.
Haven't had any issues with general use, its been responsive through siri commands, the app and physically which is great! I generally use voice commands and the app to adjust the dimming as I find it slow to change the level of dim when doing it physically.
Overall I'm very happy with my purchase, I may even get another couple. The only major gripe is that iDevices decided to add my email to their spam list even though I didn't want to, so I'm getting offers/deals on products every day now that its coming up to xmas which is irritating. I also can't make use of the offers (as I'm thinking of getting a few more) as its only deals for people in the states (I'm in canada) and I'd have to pay extra for shipping and import duties which makes it pointless.