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LightwaveRF 2 gang 13 amp Socket

JSJSLW270SS-WH-B-BLK-C
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Price From: £40.00

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These stylish double sockets look and operate just like any other standard wall socket as well as being controlled by any LightwaveRF Remote Handset or Controller.

The sockets are easily fitted into any standard back box (25/35mm) using just a screwdriver.

If you add a LightwaveRF LightwaveRF Link to your network, you will be able to control these sockets (and all devices) from anywhere in the world from your PC or Smartphone.

Available in four finishes - Chrome, Black Chrome, Stainless Steel and White Gloss,

 

Video Instructions

Pairing a LightwaveRF Socket to the controller

Requires a system with the WiFi Link controller.

Introduction to LightwaveRF

Technical Details

  • LightwaveRF: 433.92MHz
  • Power: 220 - 240V, 50Hz
  • Standard UK 2 gang mains sockets
  • Maximum load: 13A
  • Manual override switch (On/Off)
  • Child safe: All OFF function
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The quality is excellent, even down to concealed screws. The documentation is glossy but undetailed. If you go for one of these systems you art likely to buy bits that you can't use. In particular be aware that for remote control you need a link box that talks to the units in the same way as a TV remote control, that then links to the lightwaverf server over your internet connection. You then can log onto their server and control devices. Also many houses have shallow back boxes which the lightwaverf units don't fit. Its worth checking your backboxes before buying units. The software is a bit flaky just now, ipads work well, but the web managment is not compatrible so they tell you not to use it. Despite all this the kit is well made and does work. I reckon I can have remote control of my heating and lighting for less than £500, which is O.K.
18 Feb 2016
Great products, very good customer service & support
I have bought the 2 gang socket LightwaveRF recently as I find it useful to remote off when you are not at home using it. I have a lot of help from the support tech Mark. Excellent service and help.
29 Nov 2013
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The Details say it can be fitted to 25/35 mm backbox, but the video says minimum 35 mm. I am pretty sure I have 25mm boxes in my house. Is this going to be a problem? Thanks in advance
ITGuruWoo 23 Oct 2016
BEST ANSWER: LightwaveRF do recommend a minimum of 35mm depth, but we do find that they fit in 25mm deep back boxes. This usually depends on how much space there is remaining after existing wiring has been taken into account - with a single circuit you'll probably be fine, but with multiple circuits or ring mains you might struggle.
Hi, Can the Socket outlets be switched via software independently/separately?
ArfeyMac 25 Apr 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes. Each gang is shown as a separate device so you have independent control of each gang.
Can you lock these sockets via Vera Plus? I've seen a physical 'socket locker' for lightwaveRF but can it be done via Vera and RFXtrx device?
Paul W. 2 Apr 2016
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately the RFXtrx Plugin in Vera currently doesn't support the socket lock / unlock command.
Will this work with a Vera Plus and the RFXtrx433?
Colin W. 15 Mar 2016
BEST ANSWER: VERA Plus and VERA Edge will work with this device when used with RFXtrx433E. There should be no difference between the two controllers as RFX is the interface device - http://www.vesternet.com/resources/using-z-wave-and-lightwaverf-together
Can these be integrated into the Z wave home center 2?
27 Feb 2016
BEST ANSWER: No easily. The HC2 doesn't support direct connection to an RFXtrx433E adapter. So the only way to use RFX is to use it with a RPI board dunning Domotiz. This works well but is a convoluted way to do it. We show the basic way to do this in http://www.vesternet.com/resources/application-notes/apnt-84 , http://www.vesternet.com/resources/application-notes/apnt-85 , http://www.vesternet.com/resources/application-notes/apnt-86 and http://www.vesternet.com/resources/application-notes/apnt-87 The other way to do it is to use the LightwaveRF devices in the LightwaveRF Link and create Virtual devices in HC2 to send UDP commands to the LightwaveRF Link. This works well and is relatively easy to do. We don't have a guide on this, but we have screenshots and the basic code for the Virtual Devices (it;s only 3 lines).
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