SONOFF TH16 DIY 16A 3500W Smart Home WIFI Wireless APP Remote Control Switch Socket £6.59 @ banggood
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SONOFF TH16 DIY 16A 3500W Smart Home WIFI Wireless APP Remote Control Switch Socket £6.59 @ banggood

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Found 18th Aug 2017
Sonoff TH10/16 is a version that can monitor and set temperature and humidity through the APP eWeLink. Now price drop to £6.59.

The device supports connecting to three kinds of temperature and humidity sensors (AM2301, DS18B20, DHT11).

Features:


- Supports 90~ 250V AC input


- Support max 10A input


- Power: 3500W(16A)


- Support fast configure SSID and password connection through APP


- Support automatic connect to server, register and update status info.


- Support tracking device status and timely remote control through APP


- Support setting countdown, single and repeat timing tasks


- Support real-time temperature and humidity displaying


- Support 3 temperature and humidity sensors (AM2301, DS18B20, DHT11)


- Support preset temperature and humidity to turn on/off


- Support group management, scene, smart scene
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good price and I believe compatible with IFTTT etc - but at present I can't think why I need one ?
Be careful, I not sure these are CE marked and may not confirm to EU /GB safety standards. Meaning of it faults and causes a fire, you may not be insured.
45ure8 m ago

good price and I believe compatible with IFTTT etc - but at present I …good price and I believe compatible with IFTTT etc - but at present I can't think why I need one ?


I built something similar for an en-suite bathroom with no windows and poor ventilation. When the humidity went above 40% the dehumidifier came on
I have one controlling the heater rail in my bathroom. I think the sensor is separate tho...
Nb. These work amazingly with Alexa too
dr_genestealer8 m ago

Be careful, I not sure these are CE marked and may not confirm to EU /GB …Be careful, I not sure these are CE marked and may not confirm to EU /GB safety standards. Meaning of it faults and causes a fire, you may not be insured.

They're marked in the picture? Could that be fake?
gianthair2 h, 13 m ago

They're marked in the picture? Could that be fake?


Chinese Export
I've got the normal 2 channel unit via Amazon and seems ok and setup was easy.
Reading above the unit supports temp/hum readings to switch on temp as well but does it come with it, the sensor on Amazon is between £5 - £7.
What are Banggood like to deal with? Delivery?

Can't get to the deal from work pc.
dr_genestealer6 h, 10 m ago

Be careful, I not sure these are CE marked and may not confirm to EU /GB …Be careful, I not sure these are CE marked and may not confirm to EU /GB safety standards. Meaning of it faults and causes a fire, you may not be insured.



Came here to say the exact same thing.

Also, anything with a CE mark bought directly from China almost definitely does not conform to CE standards.

More information here including a discussion regarding the CE certification ;

tech.scargill.net/son…16/

Also you can see the certificate here;

itead.cc/son…tml

Maybe unfair on the company but I have no idea what a proper CE certificate should look like and certs can be mocked up.
Edited by: "welshblob" 18th Aug 2017
welshblob18 h, 45 m ago

More information here including a discussion regarding the CE …More information here including a discussion regarding the CE certification ; https://tech.scargill.net/sonoff-th10-and-th16/Also you can see the certificate here; https://www.itead.cc/sonoff-th.htmlMaybe unfair on the company but I have no idea what a proper CE certificate should look like and certs can be mocked up.




There's also the issue with at least some China based CE Certification companies not being as rigorous, or necessarily trustworthy as European certification authorities, I've read some UK retailers now insist on the items they sell being certified by EU companies. Also there have been incidences of chinese manufacturers submitting compliant products for approval, but manufacturing a revised product that substitutes or omits safety features and components that add cost, like not using fire retardant plastic for the case.

Apparently it is also quite common for chinese electrical items to contain fake uk approved mains fuses that aren't filled with sand which is required to prevent them blowing apart the plug if they blow.
Edited by: "melted" 19th Aug 2017
repouk18th Aug

Came here to say the exact same thing.Also, anything with a CE mark bought …Came here to say the exact same thing.Also, anything with a CE mark bought directly from China almost definitely does not conform to CE standards.:{



Hotpoint Tumble dryers have CE marks on them, don't come straight from China and they are fire risks.
Just shows nothing is 100% safe.
Oneday775 h, 19 m ago

Hotpoint Tumble dryers have CE marks on them, don't come straight from …Hotpoint Tumble dryers have CE marks on them, don't come straight from China and they are fire risks.Just shows nothing is 100% safe.



I said something similar about Beko fridge freezers and was called a "brand snob" even though they are responsible for several deaths!

Edited by: "repouk" 22nd Aug 2017
repouk22nd Aug

I said something similar about Beko fridge freezers and was called a …I said something similar about Beko fridge freezers and was called a "brand snob" even though they are responsible for several deaths!:{


Brand snob!
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