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SM311 Rotary Zigbee Dimmer

(4 customer reviews)

£32.99

  • Communicates via ZigBee 3.0 RF (2,4 GHz)
  • RF Range Typical: 40 meters
  • Functions: Control ON/OFF and light intensity of connected light source
  • Supports resistive loads, capacitive loads or inductive loads
  • Enables to set minimum brightness and startup brightness
  • Can be controlled by ZigBee gateway, ZigBee remote and local rotary knob
  • Compatible with universal SM310 Zigbee hub, Philips Hue, Apple Homekit, Echo Plus, Echo Studio, Echo Show 2

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Description

The SM311 Rotary Zigbee Dimmer is an innovative AC phase-cut dimmer with ZigBee 3.0 control interface. It can be connected in two-wire or three-wire configuration so it can operate with or without neutral (N) wire. The dimmer can switch or dim connected light source either via ZigBee network or through the rotary knob directly. The smart dimmer is equipped with an algorithm of smart light source detection which makes configuration easier and ensures high compatibility of the device. The innovative minimum brightness setting function enables users to set a minimum brightness level. It may be used as a switch with non-dimmable light sources (in 3-wire connection). Work with: Amazon Echo Plus, Philips hue, Google Assistant SDK.

  • Communicates via ZigBee 3.0 RF (2,4 GHz)
  • RF Range Typical: 40 meters
  • Functions: Control ON/OFF and light intensity of connected light source
  • Supports resistive loads, capacitive loads or inductive loads
  • Enables to set minimum brightness and startup brightness
  • Can be controlled by ZigBee gateway, ZigBee remote and local rotary knob
  • Compatible with universal ZigBee Master Controller/Coordinator
  • Supports Touchlink commissioning
  • Supports Find and Bind mode to bind a ZigBee remote directly without coordinator
  • Supports ZigBee Green Power and can bind to and be controlled by max. 20 (GP) remotes
  • Supports self-forming ZigBee network without coordinator and add other devices to the network
  • Prepared for OTA software update
  • Implemented algorithm of smart light source detection
  • Soft start function
  • With memory function of the last lighting level settings
  • Innovative minimum brightness setting function
  • Active power and energy metering functionality
  • Dimmer type: Trailing edge (bidirectional MOSFET switch)
  • Supported Loads: (Look User/Installation manual for more information)
  • Load: Max 600W (for resistive loads)
  • Supported dimmable light sources (power factor > 0.5) with minimal power of 3VA using the Bypass (depending on the type of load)
  • Surge and Overload Protection
  • Max standby power: < 1W

 

Attention! This dimmer module suitable for dimming of low-voltage halogen lighting and LED based lamps. The dimmer does not work for every installation, because not every transformer or LED can be dimmed.

Dimmable electronic transformers and LEDs as standard are marked as “DIMMABLE”.

Non compatible light device may work but is likely can produce light flickering and (or) an audible humming or buzzing noise when dimmed. This noise and (or) flickering is usually a symptom of internal stress, which in turn can cause failure of the connected device or dimmer.

Manual

SM311 Zigbee rotary dimmer manual

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Pedro Lamas

I've been looking for Zigbee compatible dimmers for a quite some time, and I did know there was such a device but never actually found it anywhere on sale here in the UK... until I found the Samotech SM311! I've now bought 2 of these and have them connected in two different light circuits, each with 5 IKEA Ledare GU10 400 lumen lamps and they work perfectly - and by that I mean complete dimming capability with absolutely no flicker at all! Also, you can connect this dimmer on circuits with or without a neutral (zero) line. In my case, I don't have a neutral available, so I just connected it following the instructions provided. I then paired it with my Zigbee2MQTT powered hub, which in turn provided the necessary endpoints in Home Assistant automation software to turn the lights on/off, set the brightness, and monitor the power! Very impressive and highly recommended!!

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Pedro Lamas

I've been looking for Zigbee compatible dimmers for a quite some time, and I did know there was such a device but never actually found it anywhere on sale here in the UK... until I found the Samotech SM311! I've now bought 2 of these and have them connected in two different light circuits, each with 5 IKEA Ledare GU10 400 lumen lamps and they work perfectly - and by that I mean complete dimming capability with absolutely no flicker at all! Also, you can connect this dimmer on circuits with or without a neutral (zero) line. In my case, I don't have a neutral available, so I just connected it following the instructions provided. I then paired it with my Zigbee2MQTT powered hub, which in turn provided the necessary endpoints in Home Assistant automation software to turn the lights on/off, set the brightness, and monitor the power! Very impressive and highly recommended!!

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Pedro Lamas

I've been looking for Zigbee compatible dimmers for a quite some time, and I did know there was such a device but never actually found it anywhere on sale here in the UK... until I found the Samotech SM311! I've now bought 2 of these and have them connected in two different light circuits, each with 5 IKEA Ledare GU10 400 lumen lamps and they work perfectly - and by that I mean complete dimming capability with absolutely no flicker at all! Also, you can connect this dimmer on circuits with or without a neutral (zero) line. In my case, I don't have a neutral available, so I just connected it following the instructions provided. I then paired it with my Zigbee2MQTT powered hub, which in turn provided the necessary endpoints in Home Assistant automation software to turn the lights on/off, set the brightness, and monitor the power! Very impressive and highly recommended!!

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Pedro Lamas

I've been looking for Zigbee compatible dimmers for a quite some time, and I did know there was such a device but never actually found it anywhere on sale here in the UK... until I found the Samotech SM311! I've now bought 2 of these and have them connected in two different light circuits, each with 5 IKEA Ledare GU10 400 lumen lamps and they work perfectly - and by that I mean complete dimming capability with absolutely no flicker at all! Also, you can connect this dimmer on circuits with or without a neutral (zero) line. In my case, I don't have a neutral available, so I just connected it following the instructions provided. I then paired it with my Zigbee2MQTT powered hub, which in turn provided the necessary endpoints in Home Assistant automation software to turn the lights on/off, set the brightness, and monitor the power! Very impressive and highly recommended!!

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    I’ve been looking for Zigbee compatible dimmers for a quite some time, and I did know there was such a device but never actually found it anywhere on sale here in the UK… until I found the Samotech SM311!

    I’ve now bought 2 of these and have them connected in two different light circuits, each with 5 IKEA Ledare GU10 400 lumen lamps and they work perfectly – and by that I mean complete dimming capability with absolutely no flicker at all!

    Also, you can connect this dimmer on circuits with or without a neutral (zero) line. In my case, I don’t have a neutral available, so I just connected it following the instructions provided.

    I then paired it with my Zigbee2MQTT powered hub, which in turn provided the necessary endpoints in Home Assistant automation software to turn the lights on/off, set the brightness, and monitor the power!

    Very impressive and highly recommended!!

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