Smart Mini Relay

£69.95

Model L82 (Smart Series)

The Lightwave Smart Mini Relay is an incredibly versatile device that allows for the remote control of volts free or mains electrical circuits (max 500W load).

As a result, automatic curtain openers, doors, gates and lighting circuits can all be controlled via the Lightwave App.

Each Smart Mini Relay can also be voice controlled using Apple HomeKit, Google Home and Amazon Alexa.

The Smart Mini Relay is very useful way of controlling LED strip lighting. This can act as part of a wider lighting scene in conjuction with Lightwave Smart Sockets and Dimmers which can be triggered by a single button press or the App.

The Smart Mini Relay Relay can also be situated outdoors by utilising the Lightwave LW824 Waterproof Housing. This allows it to control outdoor features such as garden lighting, pond pumps, or automatic gate openers.

Can control volts free circuits or mains power up to 500W

PLEASE NOTE: Apple HomeKit does not support 'Open/Stop/Close'. The L82 can be used as an 'On/Off' device only. The Relay requires the Link Plus to operate.

 

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Smart Series products incorporate Apple HomeKit compatibility, 2-way communication, built-in energy monitoring (sockets), soft start dimmers and more! The dimmer and socket are quick and easy to DIY install and do not require extra cabling. Optional 10mm spacers are also included.

Smart Mini Relay (L82)

The Smart Mini Relay can be used to provide up to 500W of mains powered switching OR separate volts free switching for circuits not requiring additional mains power. The Relay latches between three positions: 0 (no circuit connected), 1 (Circuit 1 connected), 2 (Circuit 2 connected (optional)).

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do Lightwave smart dimmers require a neutral wire?
Is there is a limit for how many devices you can pair to the Link Plus?
Does the Link Plus system needs an internet connection for automations to run?
Does lightwave system requires extra wiring?
Is a qualified electrician required to install Lightwave?

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