Eve Light Switch

BH #EVLSWLSS • MFR #10027805
Eve
Eve Light Switch
Key Features
  • Remotely Control Your Lights
  • Bluetooth LE Connectivity
  • Programmable Scheduling
  • Voice Commands with Siri
Control the lights in your home from your mobile device using the Eve Light Switch from Eve Systems. The light switch features Bluetooth LE technology allowing you to use the free Eve app to access settings. The app also allows you to schedule your lights to go on or off at certain times and provides the option to create rules for a fully customizable and automated setup.
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Eve 10027805 Overview

Control the lights in your home from your mobile device using the Eve Light Switch from Eve Systems. The light switch features Bluetooth LE technology allowing you to use the free Eve app to access settings. The app also allows you to schedule your lights to go on or off at certain times and provides the option to create rules for a fully customizable and automated setup.

Conveniently control your home lighting from your iOS smartphone or tablet using the Eve app
Program your lights to turn on/off at dawn, dusk, or depending on your daily schedule
Compatible with Apple HomeKit and Siri, and requires Apple TV (available separately) for remote access. HomeKit is a digital ecosystem that enables you to interact with and control compatible devices simply by using your voice. Additionally, app control lets you use your smartphone to access functions on the go.
UPC: 813180020207

Eve 10027805 Specs

ConnectivityBluetooth, Wi-Fi
Mount TypeElectrical Box Install
Virtual Assistant SupportNone
Mobile Operating SystemsNone
Dimmer SupportNo
Neutral Wire Connection RequiredYes
Maximum Power Load1800 W at 15 A (General)
600 W at 5 A (Tungsten)
Supported Voltages120 VAC
Dimensions4.7 x 3.0 x 1.4" / 120.0 x 75.0 x 35.0 mm
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.6 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6.6 x 5 x 2.8"
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