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Smart Dual Dimmer Switch GHomeSmart® SW7

Smart Dual Dimmer Switch GHomeSmart® SW7

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【SPACE-SAVING DUAL DIMMER】 - The Powerful tuya smart switch makes it possible to control two lights separately at the same time, double dimmer in one switch lets your home design more simple and graceful. With 7-level adjustable lightness , just softly slide your finger to touch the panel.

【TIMER & SCHEDULE】 -The stacked switches set timer or countdown schedules to make your lights automatically turn on/ off while you're home or away. Get ready to have a smart home and create customized schedule to automatically turn on/off Christmas lights, any home lamps, electric etc.

【VOICE & REMOTE CONTROL】-Our tuya Dual smart light switch works with Alexa and Google Home Assistant, just speak a simple voice command to control your home devices.No Hub or subscription required. Also, you could control your home appliances via App directly from anywhere, even you travel outside.

【FAMILY GROUP SHARE】 -Set a group for all smart devices, include this dimmer switch, and control them in one command. Share your wifi switch to all family members in a minute. Meanwhile, you all can create various scenes for get up, sleep and so on.

【NOTE】: Neutral, Live, Load Wires are Required to Dual Dimmer Power Switch. Without Load/ Neutral, Please DO NOT Purchase. The smart dimmer switch works in a single-pole setup only (Not 3-way). App Supported: Our APP, Smart life app.The distribution network needs to be carried out in a dark environment, which can be blocked by hands or other things

【NEED YOUR ATTENTION】 - Supports up to 150W dimmable LED/CFL or 250W INC/HAL. But this smart dimmer switch cannot be used with a smart bulb.

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Two Lights? One Switch is Enough

This smart light switch is equipped with two dimmer, you can use it to control and adjust the brightness of two lights, reduce the quantity of unnecessary switches. Touch the panel with your finger to adjust 7-level brightness.

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Voice Control with Alexa, Google Assistant

Set lighting levels using voice control with an Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant. You can also create a group for all your smart plugs, smart bulbs and smart switches ,then control them all with one voice command.

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1% - 100% Dimming Range

1%-100% dimming range, you can freely choose different brightness for different activities, for example: 10% brightness for sleeping,30% brightness for watching movies, 100% brightness for daily life. Dimmer switch also remembers the light setting even after a power interruption.

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Space-Saving Design

The smart Wi-Fi switch is compact and space-saving, it is a great solution for stacked switches commonly found in kitchens and bathrooms.

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What is a neutral wire?

A neutral wire allows our switch to be powered while simultaneously allowing the lighting circuit connected to your lights to be power off.

Do I have neutral wires?


  • If your house was built in the mid-1980s or later, there is an excellent chance that you have neutrals everywhere in your home.
  • If there is an outlet (wall receptacle) near the switch, most likely that switch box has a neutral.
  • Switches that are ganged together have a much higher likelihood of having neutrals, no matter what year.


Checking the switch box

The best way is to check the actual wires in the switch box where you want to install smart switches.


  • Please observe all safety precautions before handling the electrical wiring in your switch boxes.
  • Turn off your breaker box.
  • Take off the trim plate over the switch.
  • Remove the screws from your switch and pull out the existing switch to look at the wires.
  • If you see a white wire (or group of them), it is VERY likely that you have a neutral.


The only way to be absolutely sure that you have found a neutral wire is to check the voltage (110V/120V) between the white wire and the "hot" (usually black in color) wire in the box. In a standard switch/dimmer, the "hot" is using one of the two wires connected to the switch.

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