Mini Wifi Wireless Light Switch Homekit Diy Adjust Controller Dc5v-12v Smart Home Automation Control Your Home With Siri New
Homekit WiFi Smart RGB LED Light Strip Controller
• Working voltage: DC5-12V (5 V, 9 V, 12 V,, etc.)
• Output channel: RGB channel
• Output current: RGB: 3A*3,
• Connect method: Common anode
• Distance: 50m MAX
Make sure you connect the device to your 2.4G WiFI router. If you fail to add the device to Home App, Please press and hold the key more than 4s to reset it and then add it again until success.
Control your home with Siri
Ask Siri to turn on lights, adjust the thermostat, and control the products that you use in your home—even when you’re not there.
Create scenes and automations with the Home app
Automatically turn off all the lights when you leave, turn them on when motion is detected, or run a scene when you unlock your front door. With the Home app, you can automate your accessories and scenes to do what you want, when you want.
Set up your HomePod, HomePod mini, Apple TV, or iPad as a home hub
To enable HomeKit remote control, you need a HomePod, an Apple TV 4K, Apple TV HD, or an iPad. Set any of these Apple devices in your house as a HomeKit bridge and connect it to your home Wi-Fi network. Keep in mind that once your HomeKit bridge is set up, it has to be kept online. If it is powered off or disconnected from the Wi-Fi, it will fail to respond when you intend to control the device remotely.
Make Sure Use Correct Color Order Strip, If You Use No-Standard Color Order Strip, The Color Might NOT MATCH
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