Sonoff SV - Safe Voltage WiFi Draadloze Switch

Sonoff SV - Safe Voltage WiFi Draadloze Switch

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Sonoff is an affordable solution for home automation (home automation). This switch is based on the well-known ESP8266 and works over a WiFi connection with which devices can be switched on and off via the cloud. By means of the phone application (iOS and Android) eWeLink, this WIFI switch can be switched anywhere in the world, you don't even have to be at home!

The Sonoff SV (Safe Voltage) works like the normal Sonoff switch, but works at a lower (safe) voltage (5V to 24V). The jumper is used to connect the input voltage to the relay, but by removing it, AC / mains voltage can also be switched. The board also has I / O available to program the ESP8266 itself.

Properties

Current 0,29 A
Spanning 5 V - 24 V

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Customer questions

Q The Netherlands RickHallo, Heeft deze een spannings vrij contact aan de uitgang?
Situatie: 1x deurbelknop op Sonoff bridge welke met de functie "scene" deze Sonoff SV 1x het spanningsvrij laat schakelen.
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Q The Netherlands HaroldHow accurate, maximum must / may the 24V supply be? On a 24V network there are often peaks of up to about 30V from the chargers. Harold Answer this question
Q Belgium SamCan the Sonoff SV also be used as a pulse switch? After all, my existing lighting is built entirely with pulse switches. View 1 answer   |   Answer this question
Q The Netherlands WillemTo link sonoff sv - safe voltage with ewelink ewelink writes that only 2.4 ghz is used, I have 5.0 ghz is it still possible to use it? View 1 answer   |   Answer this question
Q The Netherlands Emiel PronkCan I also switch 24VAC with this switch? In isolation I see 0-30DC and 90-250AC; but the answer to Hans Then's question suggests that 12VAC can be switched? View 1 answer   |   Answer this question
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