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Shelly Uni

Shelly Uni

ATSHELLYUNI
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€10.90

Intelligent Wi-Fi operated implant

Description

Shelly UNI is the smallest universal module that can make any old appliance smart

With this tiny, insulated chip, you can control any sensor and measure it, such as a liquid level sensor to measure the level of, or even automate the auto-filling system

No more waiting around in the morning for your coffee machine to heat its water and prepare your coffee

Just connect it to Shelly UNI and switch it on remotely as you please, or on a set schedule

 

Manufacturer's website: Shelly UNI

Product Details

Power supply AC
12V - 36V
Input
2 Separated digital inputs from 2.2-36V DC and 12-24V AC
Output
2 Potential free outputs up to 36VAC and 24VDC, max 100 mA each
Power supply DC
12V - 24V
Overload protection
No
Power measurement
1 ADC - dual ranges from 0-12V and 12-30V
Channels
2 Channels
Operational temperature
-40 to + 40 °C
Device power consumption
lower then 1 W
Intelligent On/Off
Yes
Sunrise/Sunset
Yes
Weekly Schedule
Yes
UL Listed option
No
Wireless/WiFi Protocol
802.11 b/g/n
Radio frequency
2400 – 2500 MHz
Radio signal power
1mW
Range
up to 50 m outdoors and up to 30 m indoors (depending on the building materials)
Size
20mm x 33mm x 13mm
2020-09-25

About Allterco Robotics

Allterco Robotics is an innovative company founded in Bulgaria with the goal of making life easier for modern people. The company is devoted to the development of innovative IoT solutions and products. In two years only, our team of young talented developers, together with a strong sales team, built a whole new trend in Home Automation and in Wearable devices. The main development lines are the Smart localization devices MyKi, Home Automation products Shelly and a line of Health Care products - MyKi Care. 35 mobile operators worldwide gave their trust to our products, and the number is growing!

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