This is open sources device, fully compatible with Homekit but not certified by Apple
The device support both Homekit and MQTT
Power on the device, then use your phone or computer search the WiFi, until find the name: Homekit-xxxxx, then connect. Wait several seconds until web pop up.
You can set user name and password for your device and choose DHCP or Static IP
If you want change default settings of other parameters, Please go set and save others parameters first then set and save WiFi setting.
If you set and save WiFi before setting other parameters, then the device will connect you router directly and the connection will lost. then you need to open your router find the IP address of the devices then use IP address to visit the device
Advanced Control Setttings
In this page, you can set :
Power On State
Switch Mode (Self-locking/Interlock/Inching etc)
Switch type etc.
After setting features, Save it. The device will automatically connect your router.
Then open your Home App add new device until success. ( The code is : 12345678 )
Or go to you MQTT broker complete the settings.
Operating voltage: 5V/7-20V DC
relay on/off status respectively
Two input interfaces
Supports to control different voltage ranges
USB port power supply more convenient
Board consumption: <1W
Standby current: 80mA
Max input current: 30A
Max Wattage: 2200W
Relay lifespan: ≥one million times
100M electrical insulation resistance
Electric shock voltage: 1000V
Relay maximum pull time: 15ms
Relay maximum release time: 5ms
Working mode: inching / self-locking
Wireless Standard: 2.4GHz, 802.11 b/g/n
Application: access control, turn on PC, garage door, etc.
Computer application: Remote control computer boot
Operating temperature: -40 degrees to +70 degrees
Operating Humidity 40%-80% RH
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