Installation

installing and setup up your switches

01

Installation

WARNING! All electrical works must be carried out by a Licensed Electrical Worker. If you need recommendations, please check with us.

Before testing the switches, do wire each and every button to a light source to test it properly. 

02

Neutral or Non-Neutral

We made seconds smart wall switches to support both neutral and non-neutral connections. It works as a non-neutral smart wall switch if you do not connect a neutral wire.

03

Power Support

Each switch supports up to 600 watts and this limit is distributed evenly across the number of buttons. It requires a minimum 7-10 watts power load per button to work properly.

04

Automation

Leave one button on the double or triple switch unwired to use as an automation switch. The rest of the buttons should be connected to a minimum 10-14 watts light source. The recommendations in the chart are given based on our tests.

05

Create automation in seconds app.

06

Two-way connection

So.. you do not need physical two-way wiring to achieve a two-way switch. Connect all your smart switches through a one-way connection

Get two double smart switches and leave one button empty on each switch. Connect a minimum of 14 watts light source to A and B only.

07

Grouping and linking

Link up the A and A1 buttons in seconds app. This will form a two-way connection on the switch as well.

01

Installation

WARNING! All electrical works must be carried out by a Licensed Electrical Worker. If you need recommendations, please check with us.

Before testing the switches, do wire each and every button to a light source to test it properly. 

02

Neutral or Non-Neutral

We made seconds smart wall switches to support both neutral and non-neutral connections. It works as a non-neutral smart wall switch if you do not connect a neutral wire.

03

Power Support

Each switch supports up to 600 watts and this limit is distributed evenly across the number of buttons. It requires a minimum 7-10 watts power load per button to work properly.

04

Automation

Leave one button on the double or triple switch unwired to use as an automation switch. The rest of the buttons should be connected to a minimum 10-14 watts light source. The recommendations in the chart are given based on our tests.

05

Create automation in seconds app.

06

Two-way connection

So.. you do not need physical two-way wiring to achieve a two-way switch. Connect all your smart switches through a one-way connection

Get two double smart switches and leave one button empty on each switch. Connect a minimum of 14 watts light source to A and B only.

07

Grouping and linking

Link up the A and A1 buttons in seconds app. This will form a two-way connection on the switch as well.

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