Simple switch with Sonoff T3 EU TX 1 Channel touch, Wi-Fi + RF 433, black
Black switch Sonoff T3 EU TX with touch, glass and the possibility of remote control. The differences between T0, T1, T2 and T3 are design data, all being produced for the European standard. Models T2 and T3 come with a border around the switch while models T0 and T1 do not have this edge. At the same time, the T0 model does not support RF transmission and connectivity with RF remote control, while the rest of the models support both WiFi and RF. The T3 is the only model with a black design.
Model: T3EU1C - TX
Number of channels: 1
Supply voltage: 90-240 V AC
Maximum current: 2A (per channel)
Maximum power: 480W
WIFI connection: 802.11 b / g / n
WIFI encryption: WPA-PSK /
Sonoff TX is a smart, tactile light switch. It can be operated via an application via WiFi or classic, by touch. You can turn on the light in the selected room in the house, no matter where you are. Made of high quality materials, such as heat-resistant ABS and safety glass, it offers safety and fits perfectly in any room. The light backlight of the switch subtly emphasizes its design and makes it visible at night.
Control for all members of the house
With the application, you can easily share light control with other users.
Mode of operation
Users can remotely operate connected devices through the free eWeLink application available on iOS and Android platforms. Touch or remote control (433 MHz) is also possible. Due to the network connection, the synchronization of the device status is immediate, so that the application always displays the current data. This allows you to maintain total control over the excessive energy consumption in your home.
You can set your own time programs to automatically turn devices on / off at a certain time.
Thanks to the ability to control the lighting with the application, you can easily turn on or off the light in the house while you are away. The application is very easy to use, it allows you to select a specific switch. You no longer have to worry about the light being left on.