Gain wireless control of your home with the Instant Switch

by - on January 11th, 2017

iDevices is a name that is well known in the connected home industry, and they have just come up with the Instant Switch. The Instant Switch comes across as a remote wireless, Bluetooth Smart wall switch which will enable users to designate additional points of power control regardless of where they are in the home. Best of all is, there is no need for any kind of installation or wiring that is needed, as Instant Switch’s patent pending design allows it to remain secure onto virtually any wall in the form of a traditional light switch. With the help of Bluetooth connectivity, you will be able to pair it to any iDevices power and lighting smart home product so that users are able to enjoy unlimited flexibility and extended control of their home.

With the Instant Switch, it will no longer be limited to just light switches that are installed in a home. Users will be able to place the Instant Switch just about anywhere, all without the need for any kind of reconstruction work, wire-running, or electrical installation. It has been specially designed to mimic a permanently installed light switch, allowing Instant Switch to be fitted over any standard two-screw wall plate. Not only that, it is accompanied by an iDevices wall plate for extra convenience. The presence of stick-on, Command adhesive backing would make it possible to help mount the Instant Switch with just a peel-and-stick to the wall. There is also a built-in ball level that ensures perfect placement, and the batteries within ought to be able to last for a couple of years before requiring a replacement.

As long as the Instant Switch is paired to a hard-wired iDevices Wall or Dimmer Switch, this will end up with an instant 3-way control configuration. With it, one can add an Instant Switch just about anywhere you’ve always wanted. However, you will need to wait a little bit more as the Instant Switch will be released in the middle of this year onward for $49.95 a pop.

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Joe Says: January 13, 2017 at 12:18 pm

I have purchased X-10 wall switch modules for $12. And compatible prices for some remote switches to control them. And while that old technology was not very reliable, prices for microprocessors have fallen quite significantly since the original X-10 days.

But, for some reason, adding that lower-case “i” in front of something means jacking the price up substantially. $100 for an iDevices wall or outlet switch?

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