HomeModrn Smart Switch Remote Control Fan Dimmer Switch


About This Item

• Three adjustable fan wind speed levels: low, medium, and high
• Stepless dimming for lights
• Wi-Fi enabled switch for wireless control
• Compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa for voice control
• HomeModrn mobile app for remote control


  • Place of Origin: United States
  • Brand Name: HomeModrn
  • Model Number : LY-KW-US029
  • Max. Current : 10A
  • Max. Voltage : 120V
  • Mechanical Life : 100000times
  • Product name : Smart dimmer fan button switch
  • Wiring : With neutral wire
  • Load power : Fan power 300W, LED power 200W
  • Color : White
  • Material : PC+ABS
  • Mobile App : Tuya / Smart Life
  • Voice Control : Google Home Amazon Alexa ECHO
  • Switch size : 118mm x 75mm
  • Fan wind speed three : low, medium, high, stop
  • Light: On/off stepless dimming : On/off stepless dimming

Return Policy

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