AduroSmart ERIA 300W Build In Dimmer

Integrate your appliances into your smart home and dim your lights and switch on/off your lights through the APP or by your voice. (bridge required) Works with AduroSmart ERIA, SmartThings, and HUE.

£35.50 inc VAT

SKU: 81849 Categories: ,

EAN / Barcode: 0644558223049


AduroSmart ERIA 300W Build In Dimmer is compatible with the following systems:
Zigbee CompatibleWorks with AlexaWorks with the Google AssistantWorks With SmartThings


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    Simply wire your conventional device to this relay and control your device through your smartphone/tablet with the App and Hub of AduroSmart ERIA, Hue, or SmartThings or by your voice through Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant (hub required).


    • Connect different dimmable lamps and switch and dim your lighting via your smartphone/tablet.
    • Connect & Switch all your appliances on/off through your smartphone/tablet.
    • Control through your APP works with AduroSmart ERIA, Hue & SmartThings (hub required).
    • Installation: Fits in a regular installation box.
    • Max. Load current 10A
    • Switch support: Supports a conventional switch.
    • Voice-controlled: Works with Amazon Alexa and Google Home when combined with an AduroSmart ERIA, HUE, or SmartThings hub. Can be connected to the Amazon Echo Plus or the Echo 4th gen directly. The Amazon Echo Dot, Echo, Echo Show, and Echo Spot require a hub.

    What’s Included:

    • 300W Build In Dimmer

    Compatible With:

    • AduroSmart ERIA
    • SmartThings
    • Philips Hue
    • Amazon Alexa
    • Google Assistant / Google Home

    Alternative Model Numbers:

    Article Number: 15090053

    Product Specifications

    Physical and Performance Attributes

    Weight100 grams
    Dimensions (L x W x H)40 × 88 × 140 mm

    Misc Product Attributes

    Brand name AduroSmart
    Item model number 81849
    Form Cube
    Material PC
    Batteries included? no
    Need batteries? no