Aqara Wall Switch

Aqara smart three-way switches vs. standard three-way switches
With three-way switches, you can control one lamp with two switches, e.g. Wall Switches at both top top and bottom of stairs. Adding a 2nd wired switch requires pulling new wires which is labor intensive, time consuming, and intrusive.

Did your builder forget to install switches on both ends of a long hallway, or are there more convenient locations for your switches? With Aqara’s Wall Switch, you can easily control the same lights from two or more locations without new wiring.

※ This function shall be matched with Wireless Switch Mini.
From beginning to end
have a perfect day with Aqara. Set soothing light wake-up scenes to tailor the system just the way you like.
Turn on light upon detecting people moving
Turn on the light wherever you go after you wake up. sunlight in the morning, Aqara Wall Switch awakes and activates you to meet the new day.
Turn off lights even when you are at work
Need to leave in a hurry? Turn off all lights in your home via our smart phone app with a single click
Door opening triggers lamp to turn on
The light will automatically turn on to welcome you upon your arrival home, detected by the door opening.
Turn off lights with one touch
On a cold winter night, turn off all lights from your bedside switch without traipsing around the homes.
Easily upgrading without replacing the original lamps.
Aqara Wall Switch can be easily and rapidly installed without changing the original lighting equipment and circuit. commonly-used lamps can be flexibly controlled only by replacing the traditional Wall Switch with an Aqara Wall Switch.
Match Aqara Wall Switch with Mi sensors  to achieve various functions
You can match Aqara’s Wall Switch with other Mi Sensors to achieve various functions. More ZigBee devices connected to the system means a better user experience.


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2 thoughts on “Aqara Wall Switch

  • 13th September 2018 at 12:57 am
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    is it dimmable?

    • 13th September 2018 at 9:54 am
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      Hi, it isn’t designed to be used as a dimmer switch, just a regular on/off switch, however with some clever planning you should be able to create something similar using automations and rules. It would never be as smooth as a regular dimmer, like the Hue dimmer switch though.

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