Xiaomi Aqara Smart Light Switch Wireless Version - £6 with code @ GearBest
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Xiaomi Aqara Smart Light Switch Wireless Version - £6 with code @ GearBest

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Found 4th Dec
Use code cmondaygb24


The code can be used for multiple quantities. This version uses a CR02 battery to Ower up and does not need a bridge to connect

Description:
Forgot to switch off the light when you are going to sleep or when you are watching movie at home? No worries, as long as you have the wireless switch with you, you can control the wall switch with just a single click, to either switch on all the lights or switch them off. Also, up to 3 different ways of customization can be done with this light control set. You will gain the control of the lighting system and other electronic devices in your house as well. The Wireless version will be the wireless switch, it is a portable switch which makes you be able to control the lighting system no matter where you are.

Main Features:
Xiaomi Aqara wall switch Wireless version
Cannot be wired, only can control Xiaomi smart bulb or light through ZigBee
Portable, realize controlling everywhere
Can be used as a key doorbell
SOS emergency call
Defending and withdrawing function
Wireless frequency: 2.4GHz ( 2400 - 2483.5MHz )
Wireless connection: ZiGBee
Built-in CR2032 battery
Working temperature: -5 - 60 Deg.C
Working humidity: 5 - 95pct
Please download the "Mi Home" APP in Google Play or APP Store
Top comments

If you use Yeelights with Alexa/Google home and you want to keep that functionality, dont buy the Gateway. The gateway can only be used on the china server, and Alexa/Google Home can only be use don singapore server. So its one or the other.
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Does it work with Yeelights? It says so in one of the questions, but the answer doesn't appear that convincing. Also, it looks like it needs a gateway, where do you get that it does not need a "bridge"?
Edited by: "susdev" 4th Dec

Someone explain to me what this can do and whether it is compatible with Alexa?

Or Hue... Or Google Home?

You sure a bridge/ gateway isn't required?
Edited by: "ramando" 4th Dec

susdev7 m ago

Does it work with Yeelights? It says so in one of the questions, but the …Does it work with Yeelights? It says so in one of the questions, but the answer doesn't appear that convincing. Also, it looks like it needs a gateway, where do you get that it does not need a "bridge"?


Would expect it to work fine with yeelights assuming you have the gateway and are using the MiHome app

Would this use Wifi considering its only powered by a CR2032? looks more like a remote switch, like a wireless doorbell for example.
Edited by: "freakstyler" 4th Dec

I currently have a set of Hive Lights installed, I'm guessing that they aren't compatible by any chance right? I have a family member at home who seems to always turn it off at the wall as it's 'quicker'.
freakstyler2 m ago

Would this use Wifi considering its only powered by a CR2032? looks more …Would this use Wifi considering its only powered by a CR2032? looks more like a remote switch, like a wireless doorbell for example.




I would think yes.
Edited by: "AzNDeals" 4th Dec

freakstyler5 m ago

Would this use Wifi considering its only powered by a CR2032? looks more …Would this use Wifi considering its only powered by a CR2032? looks more like a remote switch, like a wireless doorbell for example.


It doesn't use WiFi, it uses Zigbee I think just like all other Xiaomi wireless smart home products, including things like £7 door sensors. The easiest way to use them is to get the £20 Xiaomi Gateway which all their stuff connects to, and then the gateway connects to your wifi. The gateway does more than just connect stuff though, it has a built in light and speaker too.

It's Zigbee. It will need the bridge. Good deal tho

If you use Yeelights with Alexa/Google home and you want to keep that functionality, dont buy the Gateway. The gateway can only be used on the china server, and Alexa/Google Home can only be use don singapore server. So its one or the other.

Nice price thanks op. Don't think its much different than the smaller switch they do but looks more like a traditional light switch. Quite sure you do need the gateway

furiousjammin3 m ago

If you use Yeelights with Alexa/Google home and you want to keep that …If you use Yeelights with Alexa/Google home and you want to keep that functionality, dont buy the Gateway. The gateway can only be used on the china server, and Alexa/Google Home can only be use don singapore server. So its one or the other.


no way to keep the yeelights separate and use something in the middle (like ittt) to connect them?

badasschris2 m ago

no way to keep the yeelights separate and use something in the middle …no way to keep the yeelights separate and use something in the middle (like ittt) to connect them?



Nope. Ive tried everything and it just doesnt work. Tried using multiple accounts on different servers, doesnt work. You can now add the gateway to the singapore server, but it doesnt work yet. So it looks like Xiaomi are trying to get the full chinese functionality available on singapore server, but taking an age.

furiousjammin9 m ago

Nope. Ive tried everything and it just doesnt work. Tried using multiple …Nope. Ive tried everything and it just doesnt work. Tried using multiple accounts on different servers, doesnt work. You can now add the gateway to the singapore server, but it doesnt work yet. So it looks like Xiaomi are trying to get the full chinese functionality available on singapore server, but taking an age.


that is a little annoying. I have bough a gateway and physical light switch to try out. Having alexa control isn't too important but I did hope it would work

badasschris32 m ago

that is a little annoying. I have bough a gateway and physical light …that is a little annoying. I have bough a gateway and physical light switch to try out. Having alexa control isn't too important but I did hope it would work



I did the exact same thing 2 weeks ago. Wasnt until i tried to install it all i found out it wont work. You can stick the gateway and all other devices on the china server and they will all work perfectly, just no Alexa.

I have the wired version which in theory is the same (without battery) that you hard wire to control dumb bulbs. The switch works well as a physical Switch acting as a simple toggle on/off, however... I wanted to connect it to Samsung Smartthings (I have most of the Xiaomi smart stuff working fine) however struggling to connect. So I decided to connect it the Xiaomi hub (you cant connect to both) and although connected can not control it or see current state.

furiousjammin59 m ago

I did the exact same thing 2 weeks ago. Wasnt until i tried to install it …I did the exact same thing 2 weeks ago. Wasnt until i tried to install it all i found out it wont work. You can stick the gateway and all other devices on the china server and they will all work perfectly, just no Alexa.


thats a pain, hopefully they will sort it. looking at the forums they seem to be starting to add more devices to the Singapore server. If the worst case is I have to do without alexa then that will be okay.

Have this and ordered another 5 for the rest flat, love it.

Should work with smartthings.

0dd8a111 h, 11 m ago

I have the wired version which in theory is the same (without battery) …I have the wired version which in theory is the same (without battery) that you hard wire to control dumb bulbs. The switch works well as a physical Switch acting as a simple toggle on/off, however... I wanted to connect it to Samsung Smartthings (I have most of the Xiaomi smart stuff working fine) however struggling to connect. So I decided to connect it the Xiaomi hub (you cant connect to both) and although connected can not control it or see current state.


May I ask whether you need a neutral wire for these to work?

CheapoChaser32 m ago

Should work with smartthings.


It doesn't. If you read the ST forums you'll see that there isn't a fully working device handler for this written yet.

jamesgreeley32 m ago

May I ask whether you need a neutral wire for these to work?


Only on mains powered ones, these are battery

DannyBoy9918 m ago

It doesn't. If you read the ST forums you'll see that there isn't a fully …It doesn't. If you read the ST forums you'll see that there isn't a fully working device handler for this written yet.


Hmmm ok I didn't check but theoretically it should.

I sent for the Xiaomi gateway 4 weeks ago but nothing yet. Also the door sensor, remote control etc.

Given that my Xiaomi Smart 1080P WiFi camera wouldnt work on any of the servers I am beginning to think that I am wasting my time until they sort out their server issues. Wondering if they are even aware that we are having problems in the West.

Forgot to say that my Yeelights were simple to set up , paired easily with Alexa and are excellent.
Edited by: "johnnyd57uk" 4th Dec

CheapoChaser1 h, 31 m ago

Hmmm ok I didn't check but theoretically it should.


Agreed. Any zigbee or z-wave device should work with ST but only where there is a working device handler.

What's the difference between this and the Aqara button?

OB112 m ago

What's the difference between this and the Aqara button?


Nothing in functionality. Just different looks

furiousjammin5 h, 20 m ago

If you use Yeelights with Alexa/Google home and you want to keep that …If you use Yeelights with Alexa/Google home and you want to keep that functionality, dont buy the Gateway. The gateway can only be used on the china server, and Alexa/Google Home can only be use don singapore server. So its one or the other.


Thank you very much for this info, still learning all the tips for the smart home bits I have purchased as Christmas Prezzies for my house so this is really useful to know

Andersonsmummy41 m ago

Thank you very much for this info, still learning all the tips for the …Thank you very much for this info, still learning all the tips for the smart home bits I have purchased as Christmas Prezzies for my house so this is really useful to know


New devices are being added to the Singapore server every couple of days. You can add them but not use them yet. So hopefully a few weeks and everything will be working perfectly.

Can somebody confirm if you can use this as a dimmer for Yeelight bulbs? Thanks in advance!

I'm confused. This isn't a switch? It's a bridge? It can't be hard wired? Is this just a remote for existing devices?

0dd8a1116 h, 7 m ago

I have the wired version which in theory is the same (without battery) …I have the wired version which in theory is the same (without battery) that you hard wire to control dumb bulbs. The switch works well as a physical Switch acting as a simple toggle on/off, however... I wanted to connect it to Samsung Smartthings (I have most of the Xiaomi smart stuff working fine) however struggling to connect. So I decided to connect it the Xiaomi hub (you cant connect to both) and although connected can not control it or see current state.

​ ​​which wired version did you bought? link please?
I'm thinking of the same setup with via Xiaomi hub via Mi home app?
Thanks

tooner1 h, 28 m ago

I'm confused. This isn't a switch? It's a bridge? It can't be hard wired? …I'm confused. This isn't a switch? It's a bridge? It can't be hard wired? Is this just a remote for existing devices?



This is a switch, but its not a traditional light switch. It doesnt work via wiring, it works via ZigBee protocol. So you will need a Xioami Gateway setup for these switches to connect to, that then send the signal to the light bulbs to turn on or off. Downside is you need a gateway, upside is you can place the switch wherever you like.

furiousjammin7 h, 46 m ago

This is a switch, but its not a traditional light switch. It doesnt work …This is a switch, but its not a traditional light switch. It doesnt work via wiring, it works via ZigBee protocol. So you will need a Xioami Gateway setup for these switches to connect to, that then send the signal to the light bulbs to turn on or off. Downside is you need a gateway, upside is you can place the switch wherever you like.

​So if I bought a traditional wired version with Xiaomi hub would it work?

whymails200015 h, 7 m ago

​So if I bought a traditional wired version with Xiaomi hub would it work?



I dont have any experience with the wired ones unfortunately so i cannot advise, but the wireless and wired ones will work fine, just not with Alexa or Google home yet.

furiousjammin5th Dec

This is a switch, but its not a traditional light switch. It doesnt work …This is a switch, but its not a traditional light switch. It doesnt work via wiring, it works via ZigBee protocol. So you will need a Xioami Gateway setup for these switches to connect to, that then send the signal to the light bulbs to turn on or off. Downside is you need a gateway, upside is you can place the switch wherever you like.



Hi, can you dim your Yeelight bulbs using this switch?
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